Analyzing the Benefits and Challenges of the Student Apprenticeship Program (SNAP)
Berry, Janice K.
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This study is a review of the benefits and challenges of the Student Nurse Apprentice Program (SNAP). A questionaire was given to students and TAs to determine how well the program meets it's stated goals: to enhance student's knowledge of nursing, to improve ability to communicate that knowledge, to facilitate teaching and learning in specific course(s), and to develop competence in providing constructive feedback.
Apprenticeship programs--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
Student Nurse Apprentice Program (Eau Claire, Wis.)
University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire. School of Nursing
Nursing--Study and teaching (Higher)--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
Nursing students--Wisconsin--Eau Claire--Attitudes
Color poster with text, images, and tables describing research conducted by Pamela Petri and Jodi Strong, advised by Janice K. Berry.
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