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Howatson-Jones, L. (2010)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: RT
This paper uses reflective processes to examine developing from a practicising nurse into a nurse teacher. In particular it examines concepts of 'voice' and 'space' . Professional experience is set within the wider context of the academy by drawing on research accounts from teaching colleagues which were completed as part of PhD studies. Suggestions are offered for how to integrate different voices within the developing role.
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    • Freire, P. (1993) P edagogy of the Oppressed. London: Penguin Group. The Patient's Association (2009) Patients not numbers, people not statistics. [on-line] Available from: http://www.patientsassociation.org.uk/DBIMGS/file/Patients%20not%20numbers,%20people%20not%20 statistics.pdf (accessed 26/10/09) Twigg, J. (2006) The Body in Health and Social Care. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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