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Forschungs- und Themenschwerpunkte der AG Bildungsmanagement

Photo: Michael Goller

Technologiepark 21 - Sitz der Arbeitsgruppe

Photo: Michael Goller

Smart Automation Laboratory des Lehrstuhls für Produktentstehung zur Untersuchung von Arbeit 4.0

Photo: Lehrstuhl für Produktentstehung, Alexander Pöhler

SimMan - Versuchsaufbau im Rahmen des Projektes "Intuition als Komponente beruflicher Kompetenz"

Photo: Christian Harteis

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Online First-Neuerscheinung: "Becoming a nurse aide: An investigation of an existing workplace curriculum in a nursing home" (Goller, Steffen & Harteis, Online First)

Goller, M., Steffen, B., & Harteis, C. (Online First). Becoming a nurse aide: An investigation of an existing workplace curriculum in a nursing home. Vocations & Learning. http://doi.org/10.1007/s12186-018-9209-z

Abstrakt:

"Although nurse aides take on a high share of care activities in nursing homes, almost nothing is known about how they develop the knowledge and skills to do so. This study attempts to close this research gap by answering the following research questions: (1) How do novice aides learn and develop and how is their learning trajectory structured? (2) What are the potential and problems of these informal training schemes? (3) How can the enacted training schemes be improved to assure effective and efficient learning and development of novice aides? In total, 19 nurses were interviewed to answer these questions. The analysis revealed that novice aides learn almost exclusively through observation and imitation as well as explanations of more experienced nurses. The typical learning trajectory of aides is structured such that they start to care for residents described as “simple” and progressively proceed to take care of more “difficult” ones. Such a trajectory allows nurses to construct hierarchically ordered knowledge in a meaningful way, minimises consequences of potential errors, and attempts to avoid discouragement that leads to early dropout and turnover. Strong learning potential has been found in more formalised discussion opportunities where collective experience with residents is discussed. Problems in acquiring the required knowledge and skills arise especially when instructing nurses believe that the prior experience of novices is sufficient for the work at hand, as well as when work practices require competences that are highly opaque. Suggestions of how to avoid pitfalls and how to foster existing learning potential are given."

Der Aufsatz wurde zur Publikation in Vocations & Learning angenommen.
Da er bisher keiner Ausgabe der Zeitschrift zugeordnet wurde, ist er bisher nur online (online first) erschienen. Aus dem Netz der UPB kann der Aufsatz hier heruntergeladen werden: http://doi.org/10.1007/s12186-018-9209-z

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