Nursing students’ self-reported knowledge of bioscience and its relevance to clinical practice
Rafferty, Bronwynne Anita
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Bioscience subjects remain a significant problem in preregistration nursing programmes worldwide. Bioscience subjects are essential as they allow nurses to have a clear understanding of the patient’s condition and ultimately this allows them to provide appropriate and timeous care. However, learning and teaching of these modules is currently not at the level expected by the profession. The aim of the study was to investigate the nursing students’ self-reported knowledge of bioscience and its relevance to clinical practice.