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NURS 531 Theoretical Foundations of Clinical Education
Theories of learning and their implications for the design of clinical learning experiences.
- This course is restricted to students in one of these faculties: GRAD in one of these programs: MHLP
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This course is primarily a part of the MHLP program. MSN Students may be eligible to register with permission from the MHLP Pillar Director. MSN students interested in registering, please enrol in the waitlist section NURS 531-02W, and you will be contacted by School of Nursing Student Support Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) when space is available in the course.
This course will introduce theories of learning and their application to clinical education. You will gain knowledge of different domains of knowledge relevant to clinical practice and identify strategies to foster learning in different domains. You will be challenged to critically analyze the implications of the theory-practice gaps and develop a repertoire of strategies to apply theory in a range of simple to complex clinical educational contexts. Finally, you will analyze approaches to clinical education in formative education and professional development contexts and be challenged to employ different knowledge to action strategies to link theoretical foundations of clinical education with learning approaches.
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waitlist for NURS 531-002