Supervised curricular internship: analysis of the students' experience.

[Supervised curricular internship: analysis of the students' experience]. Rev Bras Enferm. 2014 Jan;67(1):133-40 Authors: Lima TC, Paixao FR, Candido EC, Campos CJ, Ceolim MF Abstract Qualitative study aimed to analyze the experience of students in the development of Supervised Curricular Internship activities which are part of the curricula of the undergraduate nursing course from a public university in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil. The material for analysis was composed of the students' final reports taken on the end of the activities. Documental analysis was used in order to understand the experiences of the students. We analyzed six documents for which we used thematic content analysis as theoretical framework in an attempt to identify meanings and to obtain inferences about the documents produced. The reports allowed to conclude that the students' experience with the Supervised Curricular Internship was positive and contributed to develop a link between theory offered by the academy and daily routine/practice of nursing profession. Personal and professional growth was mentioned by the students as essential for them to feel empowered to act as confident and competent professionals. PMID: 24676080 [PubMed - in process]
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