Contribution d'une intervention de pratique réflexive portant sur des situations vécues par des externes en soins infirmiers en contexte hospitalier pour soutenir leurs apprentissages : une étude descriptive

Authors: Gemme, Michèle
Advisor: Lechasseur, Kathleen
Abstract: However, the full learning potential of this program is sometimes limited by the lack of time available in clinical settings for reflection on action. A reflexive practice intervention with nursing externs to mobilize various nursing knowledge has yet been studied. Aim: to explore the contribution of a reflexive practice intervention based on experienced situations of care by nursing externs in the hospital setting to support their learning. Method: descriptive qualitative study with implementation of a reflexive practice intervention with nursing externs (n=14) divided in small groups. Data was collected from the reflexive practice group meetings (n=9), post meeting written perceptions and semi-structured individual interviews (n=14). A qualitative content analysis was performed. Results: reflexive practice allows nursing externs to mobilize several nursing knowledge, namely contextual, practical, moral and ethical, intrapersonal, interpersonal, scientific as well as life experience knowledge. Their mobilisation is made possible by several conditions described as facilitative. These allowed the coconstruction of learning by the nursing externs in the reflexive practice intervention. This coconstructed learning is then reinvested in their professional path, as nursing externs but also in their future nursing practice, in addition to being reinvested at a personal level. Conclusion: reflexive practice intervention with nursing externs is a relevant intervention that allows, with facilitative conditions, knowledge mobilisation, leading to the coconstruction of learning that is reinvested in their practice
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2019
Open Access Date: 23 May 2019
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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