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Title: Nurse educators’ experiences of case-based education in a South African nursing programme
Authors: Daniels, Felicity M 
Fakude, Lorraine P 
Linda, Ntombizodwa S 
Modeste, Regis Rugira Marie 
Keywords: school of nursing;University;Western Cape;teaching
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: African Online Scientific Information Systems (Pty) Ltd t/a AOSIS
Source: Daniels, F.M., Fakude, L.P., Linda, N.S. & Marie Modeste, R.R., 2015, ‘Nurse educators’ experiences of case-based education in a South African nursing programme’, Curationis 38(2), Art. #1523, 8 pages
Journal: Curationis 
Abstract: A school of nursing at a university in the Western Cape experienced an increase in student enrollments from an intake of 150 students to 300 students in the space of one year. This required a review of the teaching and learning approach to ensure that it was appropriate for effective facilitation of large classes. The case-based education (CBE) approach was adopted for the delivery of the Bachelor of Nursing programme in 2005.
Description: Article
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