A model to foster and facilitate trust and trusting relationships in the nursing education context

Health SA Gesondheid


 
 
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Title A model to foster and facilitate trust and trusting relationships in the nursing education context
 
Creator van Dyk, Ellie C. van Rensburg, Gisela H. Janse van Rensburg, Elsie S.
 
Subject Nursing; nursing education; trust relationships conducive teaching; grounded theory; learning; model; nursing education context; trust
Description Background: In the nursing education context, the fostering of trust and establishing trusting relationships are important facets of teaching and learning.Aim: The purpose of the study was to understand trust and trusting relationships in teaching and learning, and to develop a model to foster and facilitate trust and trusting relationships in the nursing education context.Setting: Two nursing education institutions were purposively sampled that offered a comprehensive programme in nursing.Methods: A grounded theory study was conducted with the aim to develop a model for trust and trusting relationships in teaching and learning. Purposive, convenience and theoretical sampling of participants were applied. The sample size consisted of 5 educators and 23 students at a university and 9 educators and 37 students at a public nursing education institution. Charmaz’s methods were used for the data analysis. Collection and analysis of data were conducted concurrently.Results: Data of views from the educators and students on trust were synthesised. Themes identified were: professional relations, expectations of the role players in nursing education, creating a conducive teaching and learning context, and outcomes of lack of trust. From the findings, a substantive model to foster and facilitate trust and trusting relationships in nursing education was developed.Conclusion: The study contributed to understanding trust in nursing education. Recommendations focus on fostering and facilitating self-trust and trusting relationships and also on how the model could be implemented in nursing education.Contribution: Fostering and facilitating trust and trusting relationships in the nursing education context will enhance a trusting culture and contribute to the quality of teaching and learning.
 
Publisher AOSIS Publishing
 
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Date 2021-12-03
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion — Grounded theory
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Identifier 10.4102/hsag.v26i0.1645
 
Source Health SA Gesondheid; Vol 26 (2021); 10 pages 2071-9736 1025-9848
 
Language eng
 
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Coverage South Africa — —
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