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Title: A grounded theory study to explore how clinical nurses undertaking research as master's students accommodate and adjust to the experience
Author: Keen, Adam
Awarding Body: University of Chester
Current Institution: University of Chester
Date of Award: 2016
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Taught master's degree programmes represent a popular mechanism for part-time students to access postgraduate level education. A common feature of such programmes is the inclusion of some form of independent research project. Whilst such projects are recognised as being demanding for the students involved, there is a scarcity of research literature that explores their experiences. In this study I have now explored how clinical nurses, as an example of a particular professional group, accommodated and adjusted to the experience of undertaking part-time master's research. My intent was to contribute to the body of knowledge relating to the support of part-time students undertaking master's research.
Supervisor: Thomas, Mike Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.705003  DOI: Not available
Keywords: nursing ; nursing education
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