A service learning pedagogy for an undergraduate bachelor of nursing curriculum
Hoffman, Jeffrey Cornè
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Globally, healthcare curricula are being transformed to serve societal needs and strengthen the provision of healthcare services towards ensuring Primary Health Care. Community Engagement and its typology were deemed significant to redress the nature of healthcare services, as well as the nature of the nursing curriculum, in order to develop socially accountable graduates. SL is known as a philosophy and an approach to community development and pedagogy. In this current study, the primary focus of SL was viewed as pedagogy, with the intention of fostering skills and values associated with accountability.