ـین حـال دسـتانـدرکاران برنامـه ریـزیآموزش بالینی دانشجویان پرستاری می توانند بـا توجـه بـهنتایج حاصل ه موارد لازم را درنظر گرفته و گام مؤثری را درآموزش و ارزشیابی با کیفیت دانشجویان بردارند.
پیشنهاد جهت پژوهش های بعدی
در این زمینه تبیین تجربیـات سـایر گـروههـ ا مثـلمدیران و خود مربیان و همچنـین شناسـایی چـالشهـ ای موجود در ایـن زمینـه از دیـدگاه آنـان ضـروری بـه نظـرمی رسد. از سوی دیگر انجام بررسیهـ ایی جهـت کـاهشمشکلات موجود و یافتن راهکارهایی برای ارتقای وضعیتارزشیابی بالینی دانشجویان پرستاری مفید می باشد.
محدودیت های پژوهش
در پژوهش حاضر نیز علیرغم این که هدف اصـلیتبیین تجربیات دانشجویان پرستاری بوده است، توجـه بـهدیدگاه سایر افراد ممکن بود به غنای اطلاعات بـه دسـت آمده بیفزاید.

تشکر و قدردانی
بدینوسیله از کلیه کسانی که در انجام این پژوهشمارا یاری نمودند تقدیر و قدردانی می شود.
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