Verpleegkunde Nummer 3 , pp. 13-21
sep 2021, jaargang 36
Verpleegkunde Nr. 3 , pp. 13-21
sep 2021, jr. 36
Onderzoeksartikel

Een verkennende studie naar de relatie tussen (online) onderwijs en de attitude ten aanzien van ouderen bij studenten verpleegkunde

DOEL
Nagaan hoe een (online) onderwijsactiviteit zich verhoudt tot de attitude tegenover ouderen bij eerste- en tweedejaarsstudenten verpleegkunde

METHODE
131 eerstejaarsstudenten vulden zowel vóór als na een klassiek, real-life hoorcollege met gerontologische vakinhouden de Aging Semantic Differential (ASD) in. Daarnaast werd dezelfde meetschaal aan 94 tweedejaarsstudenten voorgelegd, dit zowel vóór als na het volgen van een webinar met gerontologische vakinhouden. De ASD-somscore varieert van 27 (uiterst positieve attitude) tot 189 (uiterst negatieve attitude). Een score van 108 wijst op een neutrale attitude.

RESULTATEN
Zowel bij de eerste- als tweedejaarsstudenten was de gemiddelde attitudescore vóór de onderwijsactiviteit (respectievelijk 83,2 en 91,0) significant hoger dan na de activiteit (respectievelijk 77,2 en 85,7). Op itemniveau rapporteerden de eerstejaarsstudenten na de onderwijsactiviteit bij 16 items een significant lagere score, wat bij de tweedejaarsstudenten bij 12 items het geval was. Wat de attitudescore betreft, waren er bij beide studentengroepen geen significante verschillen naargelang hun geslacht.

CONCLUSIE
Na het bijwonen van het hoorcollege en de webinar is de attitude tegenover ouderen licht positiever dan vóór aanvang van de (online) onderwijsactiviteit. Vervolgonderzoek is nodig om na te gaan in welke mate attitudes op duurzame wijze evolueren na het bijwonen van onderwijsactiviteiten. Daarnaast is verder onderzoek nodig om na te gaan of de lesinhoud, onderwijsvorm of de combinatie van beide bijdraagt tot de attitudevorming.

Literatuur

  1. Eurostat (2018). Past and future population ageing trends in the EU. Statistics Explained. Te raadplegen op: https://ec.europa.eu (geraadpleegd 15 oktober 2019).
  2. United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2017). World Population Prospects: The 2017 Revision, Key Findings and Advance Tables. Working Paper No. ESA/P/WP/248.
  3. King BJ, Roberts TJ, Bewoners BJ. Nursing Student Attitudes Toward and Preferences for Working with Older Adults. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2013;34:272-91.
  4. Post H, Huijsmans K, Luijk R, et al. Inzicht in de ouderenzorg. Zeist: Vektis; 2018.
  5. Kestens W, Karakaya G. Welke factoren beïnvloeden de gezondheidszorg van 65-plussers? Brussel: Studiedienst Onafhankelijke ziekenfondsen; 2018.
  6. CBS (2011). Hospital admissions. Te raadplegen op: https://www.cbs.nl/ (geraadpleegd 15 oktober 2019).
  7. Holroyd A, Dahlke S, Fehr C, et al. Attitudes toward aging: implications for a caring profession. J Nurs Educ 2009;48:374-80.
  8. Drennan V, Levenson R, Goodma NC, et al. The workforce in health and social care services to older people: developing an education and training strategy. Nurse Educ Today 2004;24:402-8.
  9. Hweidi IM, AlObeisat SM. Jordanian nursing students’ attitudes toward the elderly. Nurse Educ Today 2006;26:23-30.
  10. Milisen K, Dejaeger E. Geriatrische en gerontologische verpleegkunde: investeren in kwantiteit of in kwaliteit? Tijdschr Gerontol Geriatr 2006;37:94-96.
  11. Institute of Medicine. The Future of Nursing. Leading Change, Advancing Health. Washington DC:
    NationalAcademies Press; 2010.
  12. Charalambous A, Beadsmoore A, Papadopoulos I. Quality Nursing Care: a Selective Review of the Literature of Patients’ and Nurses’ Interpretations. HJNS 2009;1:75-82.
  13. Celik SS, Kapucu S, Tuna Z, et al. Views and attitudes of nursing students towards ageing and older patients. Aust J Adv Nurs 2010;27:24-30.
  14. Liu Y, Norman IJ, While AE. Nurses’ attitudes towards older people: A systematic review. Int J Nurs Stud 2013;50:1271-82.
  15. Ghimire S, Shrestha N, Callahan KE, et al. Undergraduate nursing students’ knowledge of aging, attitudes toward and perceptions of working with older adults in Kathmandu Nepal. Int J Nurs Sci 2019;6:204-10.
  16. Health Community Paper. Personeelsschaarste in welzijn en zorg. Kick-offpaper met startanalyse, eerste aanbevelingen en volgende stappen. Brussel: VOKA; 2020.
  17. Liu Y, Norman IJ, While AE. Nurses’ attitudes towards older people and working with older patients: an explanatory model. J Nurs Manag 2015;23:965-73.
  18. Koskinen S, Salminen L, Stolt M, et al. The education received by nursing students regarding nursing older people: a scoping literature review. Scand J Caring Sci 2015;29:15-29.
  19. Buttler RN. Why survive? Being old in America. New York: Harper & Row; 1975.
  20. Iversen TN, Larsen L, Solem PE. A conceptual analysis of ageism. Nordic Psychology 2009;61:4-22.
  21. Lamont RA, Swift HJ, Abrams D. A review and meta-analysis of age-based stereotype threat: negative stereotypes, not facts, do the damage. Psychol Aging 2015;30:180-93.
  22. Wurm S, Benyamini Y. Optimism buffers the detrimental effect of negative selfperceptions of ageing on physical and mental health. Psychol Health 2014;29:832-48.
  23. Allen JO. Ageism as a risk factor for chronic disease. Gerontologist 2015;56:610-4.
  24. Levy BR, Slade MD, Kunkel SR, et al. Longevity increased by positive self-perceptions of aging. J Pers Soc Psychol 2002;83:261-71.
  25. McHugh KE. Three faces of ageism: society, image and place. Ageing Soc 2003;23:165-85.
  26. Wethington E, Pillemer K, Principi A. Research in Social Gerontology: Social Exclusion of Aging Adults, Social Exclusion. In: Riva P, Eck J. Social Exclusion. Cham: Springer International Publishing AG; 2016. p. 177-95.
  27. Robb C, Chen H, Haley WE. Ageism in Mental Health and Health Care: A Critical Review. J Clin Psychol 2002;8:1-12.
  28. Intrieri RC, Kurth, ML. Racial differences in attitudes toward aging, aging knowledge, and contact. Educ Gerontol 2018;44:40-53.
  29. Cherry KE, Brigman S, Lyon BA, et al. Self-reported ageism across the lifespan: Role of aging knowledge. Int J Aging Hum Dev 2016;83:366-80.
  30. Stahl ST, Metzger A. College students ageist behavior: The role of aging knowledge and perceived vulnerability to disease. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2013;34:197-211.
  31. Welford C. Priorities for gerontological nurse education and practice. Nurs Resid Care 2014;16:396-400.
  32. Salin S, Hautsalo K, Vänni K, et al. Finnish nurse students’ attitudes towards older adults and the teaching of gerontological nursing – A survey study. Nurse Educ Today 2020;88.
  33. Hsu MHK, Ling MH. Nursing students’ attitudes towards older people and future career choices in Macao - A pilot study. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 2019;9:10-9.
  34. Koh LC. Student attitudes and educational support in caring for older people - A review of literature. Nurse Educ Pract 2012;12:16-20.
  35. Millns Sizer S, Burton RL, Harris A. The influence of theory and practice on perceptions about caring for ill older people - A literature review. Nurse Educ Pract 2016;19:41-47.
  36. Potter G, Clarke T, Hackett S, Little M. Nursing students and geriatric care: The influence of specific knowledge on evolving values, attitudes, and actions. Nurse Educ Pract 2013;13:449-53.
  37. Koskinen S, Hupli M, Katajisto J, et al. Graduating Finnish nurse students’ interest in gerontological nursing - a survey study. Nurse Educ Today 2012;32:356-60.
  38. Schuurmans MJ, Habes V, Strijbos MJ. Gerontologische en geriatrische inhoud van verpleegkundige opleidingen in Nederland. Te raadplegen op: https://www.leydenacademy.nl (geraadpleegd 12 januari 2021).
  39. McLafferty E, Dingwall L, Halkett, A. Using gaming workshops to prepare nursing students for caring for older people in clinical practice. Int J Older People Nurs 2010;5:51-60.
  40. Rodgers V, Gilmour J. Shaping student nurses’ attitudes towards older people through learning and experience. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 2011;27:13-20. 
  41. Lindenberg J. Rapport Beeldvorming van ouderen. Te raadplegen op: https://www.leydenacademy.nl (geraadpleegd 12 januari 2021).
  42. Wilson MAG, Tran Y, Wilson I, et al. Development of the Australian Ageing Semantic Differential, a new instrument for measuring Australian medical student attitudes towards older people. Australas J Ageing 2019;38:67-74.
  43. Filius RM, Kresin FJ. ICT als ondersteuning van onderwijs, opleiden en leren: wat staat ons te wachten? Handboek Effectief Opleiden 2010;7:89-124.
  44. Dankbaar MEW. De effectiviteit van e-learning en de implementatie in het medisch onderwijs. Tijdschrift voor Medisch Onderwijs 2009;28:212-22.
  45. Polizzi KG. Assessing attitudes toward the elderly: Polizzi’s refined version of the aging sementic differential. Educ Gerontol 2003;29:197-216.
  46. Bleijenberg N, Schuurmans MJ. Dutch nursing students’ knowledge and attitudes towards older people – A longitudinal study. J Nurs Educ 2012;2:1-8.
  47. Bakker F, Reelick M, Richters A, et al. Eenzijdige beeldvorming vraagt om meer praktijkervaring in onderwijs. Geron 2017;19:39-43.
  48. Kydd A, Engström G, Touhy TA, et al. Attitudes of nurses and student nurses towards working with older people and to gerontological nursing as a career in Germany, Scotland, Slovenia, Sweden, Japan and the United States. Int J Nurs Educ 2014;6:177-85.
  49. Hweidi IM, Al-Obeisat SM. Jordanian nursing students’ attitudes toward the elderly. Nurse Educ Today 2006;26:23-30.
  50. Lambrinou E, Sourtzi P, Kalokerinou A, et al. Attitudes and knowledge of the Greek nursing students towards older people. Nurse Educ Today 2009;29:617-22.
  51. Furlan JC, Craven BC, Ritchie R, et al. Attitudes towards the older patients with spinal cord injury among registered nurses: a cross-sectional observational study. Spinal Cord 2009;47:674-80.
  52. Koren ME, Hertz J, Munroe D, et al. Assessing students’ learning needs and attitudes: considerations for Gerontology curriculum planning. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2008;28:39-56.
  53. Pan IJ, Edwards H, Chang A. Taiwanese nursing students’ attitudes toward older people. J Gerontol Nurs 2009;35:50-55.
  54. Karlin NJ, Emick J, Mehls EE, et al. Comparison of efficacy and age discrimination between psychology and nursing students. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2006;26:81-96.
  55. Gething L, Fethney J, McKee K, et al. Knowledge, stereotyping and attitudes towards self ageing. Australas J Ageing 2002;21:74-9.
  56. Basran JFS, Dal Bello-Haas V, Walker D, et al. The longitudinal elderly person shadowing program: outcomes from an interprofessional senior partner mentoring program. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2012;33:302-23.
  57. Wallace Kazer M, Greiner P, Grossman S, et al. Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a
    Geriatric Nurse Education Program. J Contin Educ Nurs 2006;37:214-7.
  58. Leung AYM, Chan SSC, Kwan CW. Service learning in medical and nursing training: a randomized controlled trial. Adv Health Sci Educ 2012;17:529-45.
  59. Lee YS, Shin SH, Greiner PA. Can education change attitudes toward aging? A quasi-experimental design with a comparison group. J Nurs Educ Pract 2015;5:90-9.
  60. Snyder JR. The influence of instruction on college students’ attitudes toward older adults. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2005;26:69-79.
  61. ElWogoud Helal HA, Esheaba OM. Effect of an Educational Module on the Community Nursing Students’ Attitude and Intention to Work with Elderly Population. J Nurs Healthc Res 2018;56:76-91.
  62. Stevens JA. Student nurses’ career preferences for working with older people: a replicated longitudinal survey. Int J Nurs Stud 2011;48:944-51.
  63. Holroyd A, Dahlke S, Fehr C, et al. Attitudes toward aging: Implications for a caring profession. J Nurs Educ 2009;48:374-80.
  64. Bashah F, Nordin M. Attitudes among medical imaging students towards older adults in Malaysia: a preliminary study. Environment-behaviour proceedings journal 2016;1:102-9.
  65. Söderhamn O, Lindencrona C, Gustavsson SM. Attitudes towards older people among nursing students and registered nurses in Sweden. Nurse Educ Today 2011;21:225-9.
  66. Randler C, Vollmer C, Wilhelm D. Attitudes Towards the Elderly Among German Adolescents. Educ Gerontol 2014;40:230-8.
Onderzoeksartikel

Een verkennende studie naar de relatie tussen (online) onderwijs en de attitude ten aanzien van ouderen bij studenten verpleegkunde

DOEL
Nagaan hoe een (online) onderwijsactiviteit zich verhoudt tot de attitude tegenover ouderen bij eerste- en tweedejaarsstudenten verpleegkunde

METHODE
131 eerstejaarsstudenten vulden zowel vóór als na een klassiek, real-life hoorcollege met gerontologische vakinhouden de Aging Semantic Differential (ASD) in. Daarnaast werd dezelfde meetschaal aan 94 tweedejaarsstudenten voorgelegd, dit zowel vóór als na het volgen van een webinar met gerontologische vakinhouden. De ASD-somscore varieert van 27 (uiterst positieve attitude) tot 189 (uiterst negatieve attitude). Een score van 108 wijst op een neutrale attitude.

RESULTATEN
Zowel bij de eerste- als tweedejaarsstudenten was de gemiddelde attitudescore vóór de onderwijsactiviteit (respectievelijk 83,2 en 91,0) significant hoger dan na de activiteit (respectievelijk 77,2 en 85,7). Op itemniveau rapporteerden de eerstejaarsstudenten na de onderwijsactiviteit bij 16 items een significant lagere score, wat bij de tweedejaarsstudenten bij 12 items het geval was. Wat de attitudescore betreft, waren er bij beide studentengroepen geen significante verschillen naargelang hun geslacht.

CONCLUSIE
Na het bijwonen van het hoorcollege en de webinar is de attitude tegenover ouderen licht positiever dan vóór aanvang van de (online) onderwijsactiviteit. Vervolgonderzoek is nodig om na te gaan in welke mate attitudes op duurzame wijze evolueren na het bijwonen van onderwijsactiviteiten. Daarnaast is verder onderzoek nodig om na te gaan of de lesinhoud, onderwijsvorm of de combinatie van beide bijdraagt tot de attitudevorming.

Literatuur

  1. Eurostat (2018). Past and future population ageing trends in the EU. Statistics Explained. Te raadplegen op: https://ec.europa.eu (geraadpleegd 15 oktober 2019).
  2. United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2017). World Population Prospects: The 2017 Revision, Key Findings and Advance Tables. Working Paper No. ESA/P/WP/248.
  3. King BJ, Roberts TJ, Bewoners BJ. Nursing Student Attitudes Toward and Preferences for Working with Older Adults. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2013;34:272-91.
  4. Post H, Huijsmans K, Luijk R, et al. Inzicht in de ouderenzorg. Zeist: Vektis; 2018.
  5. Kestens W, Karakaya G. Welke factoren beïnvloeden de gezondheidszorg van 65-plussers? Brussel: Studiedienst Onafhankelijke ziekenfondsen; 2018.
  6. CBS (2011). Hospital admissions. Te raadplegen op: https://www.cbs.nl/ (geraadpleegd 15 oktober 2019).
  7. Holroyd A, Dahlke S, Fehr C, et al. Attitudes toward aging: implications for a caring profession. J Nurs Educ 2009;48:374-80.
  8. Drennan V, Levenson R, Goodma NC, et al. The workforce in health and social care services to older people: developing an education and training strategy. Nurse Educ Today 2004;24:402-8.
  9. Hweidi IM, AlObeisat SM. Jordanian nursing students’ attitudes toward the elderly. Nurse Educ Today 2006;26:23-30.
  10. Milisen K, Dejaeger E. Geriatrische en gerontologische verpleegkunde: investeren in kwantiteit of in kwaliteit? Tijdschr Gerontol Geriatr 2006;37:94-96.
  11. Institute of Medicine. The Future of Nursing. Leading Change, Advancing Health. Washington DC:
    NationalAcademies Press; 2010.
  12. Charalambous A, Beadsmoore A, Papadopoulos I. Quality Nursing Care: a Selective Review of the Literature of Patients’ and Nurses’ Interpretations. HJNS 2009;1:75-82.
  13. Celik SS, Kapucu S, Tuna Z, et al. Views and attitudes of nursing students towards ageing and older patients. Aust J Adv Nurs 2010;27:24-30.
  14. Liu Y, Norman IJ, While AE. Nurses’ attitudes towards older people: A systematic review. Int J Nurs Stud 2013;50:1271-82.
  15. Ghimire S, Shrestha N, Callahan KE, et al. Undergraduate nursing students’ knowledge of aging, attitudes toward and perceptions of working with older adults in Kathmandu Nepal. Int J Nurs Sci 2019;6:204-10.
  16. Health Community Paper. Personeelsschaarste in welzijn en zorg. Kick-offpaper met startanalyse, eerste aanbevelingen en volgende stappen. Brussel: VOKA; 2020.
  17. Liu Y, Norman IJ, While AE. Nurses’ attitudes towards older people and working with older patients: an explanatory model. J Nurs Manag 2015;23:965-73.
  18. Koskinen S, Salminen L, Stolt M, et al. The education received by nursing students regarding nursing older people: a scoping literature review. Scand J Caring Sci 2015;29:15-29.
  19. Buttler RN. Why survive? Being old in America. New York: Harper & Row; 1975.
  20. Iversen TN, Larsen L, Solem PE. A conceptual analysis of ageism. Nordic Psychology 2009;61:4-22.
  21. Lamont RA, Swift HJ, Abrams D. A review and meta-analysis of age-based stereotype threat: negative stereotypes, not facts, do the damage. Psychol Aging 2015;30:180-93.
  22. Wurm S, Benyamini Y. Optimism buffers the detrimental effect of negative selfperceptions of ageing on physical and mental health. Psychol Health 2014;29:832-48.
  23. Allen JO. Ageism as a risk factor for chronic disease. Gerontologist 2015;56:610-4.
  24. Levy BR, Slade MD, Kunkel SR, et al. Longevity increased by positive self-perceptions of aging. J Pers Soc Psychol 2002;83:261-71.
  25. McHugh KE. Three faces of ageism: society, image and place. Ageing Soc 2003;23:165-85.
  26. Wethington E, Pillemer K, Principi A. Research in Social Gerontology: Social Exclusion of Aging Adults, Social Exclusion. In: Riva P, Eck J. Social Exclusion. Cham: Springer International Publishing AG; 2016. p. 177-95.
  27. Robb C, Chen H, Haley WE. Ageism in Mental Health and Health Care: A Critical Review. J Clin Psychol 2002;8:1-12.
  28. Intrieri RC, Kurth, ML. Racial differences in attitudes toward aging, aging knowledge, and contact. Educ Gerontol 2018;44:40-53.
  29. Cherry KE, Brigman S, Lyon BA, et al. Self-reported ageism across the lifespan: Role of aging knowledge. Int J Aging Hum Dev 2016;83:366-80.
  30. Stahl ST, Metzger A. College students ageist behavior: The role of aging knowledge and perceived vulnerability to disease. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2013;34:197-211.
  31. Welford C. Priorities for gerontological nurse education and practice. Nurs Resid Care 2014;16:396-400.
  32. Salin S, Hautsalo K, Vänni K, et al. Finnish nurse students’ attitudes towards older adults and the teaching of gerontological nursing – A survey study. Nurse Educ Today 2020;88.
  33. Hsu MHK, Ling MH. Nursing students’ attitudes towards older people and future career choices in Macao - A pilot study. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 2019;9:10-9.
  34. Koh LC. Student attitudes and educational support in caring for older people - A review of literature. Nurse Educ Pract 2012;12:16-20.
  35. Millns Sizer S, Burton RL, Harris A. The influence of theory and practice on perceptions about caring for ill older people - A literature review. Nurse Educ Pract 2016;19:41-47.
  36. Potter G, Clarke T, Hackett S, Little M. Nursing students and geriatric care: The influence of specific knowledge on evolving values, attitudes, and actions. Nurse Educ Pract 2013;13:449-53.
  37. Koskinen S, Hupli M, Katajisto J, et al. Graduating Finnish nurse students’ interest in gerontological nursing - a survey study. Nurse Educ Today 2012;32:356-60.
  38. Schuurmans MJ, Habes V, Strijbos MJ. Gerontologische en geriatrische inhoud van verpleegkundige opleidingen in Nederland. Te raadplegen op: https://www.leydenacademy.nl (geraadpleegd 12 januari 2021).
  39. McLafferty E, Dingwall L, Halkett, A. Using gaming workshops to prepare nursing students for caring for older people in clinical practice. Int J Older People Nurs 2010;5:51-60.
  40. Rodgers V, Gilmour J. Shaping student nurses’ attitudes towards older people through learning and experience. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 2011;27:13-20. 
  41. Lindenberg J. Rapport Beeldvorming van ouderen. Te raadplegen op: https://www.leydenacademy.nl (geraadpleegd 12 januari 2021).
  42. Wilson MAG, Tran Y, Wilson I, et al. Development of the Australian Ageing Semantic Differential, a new instrument for measuring Australian medical student attitudes towards older people. Australas J Ageing 2019;38:67-74.
  43. Filius RM, Kresin FJ. ICT als ondersteuning van onderwijs, opleiden en leren: wat staat ons te wachten? Handboek Effectief Opleiden 2010;7:89-124.
  44. Dankbaar MEW. De effectiviteit van e-learning en de implementatie in het medisch onderwijs. Tijdschrift voor Medisch Onderwijs 2009;28:212-22.
  45. Polizzi KG. Assessing attitudes toward the elderly: Polizzi’s refined version of the aging sementic differential. Educ Gerontol 2003;29:197-216.
  46. Bleijenberg N, Schuurmans MJ. Dutch nursing students’ knowledge and attitudes towards older people – A longitudinal study. J Nurs Educ 2012;2:1-8.
  47. Bakker F, Reelick M, Richters A, et al. Eenzijdige beeldvorming vraagt om meer praktijkervaring in onderwijs. Geron 2017;19:39-43.
  48. Kydd A, Engström G, Touhy TA, et al. Attitudes of nurses and student nurses towards working with older people and to gerontological nursing as a career in Germany, Scotland, Slovenia, Sweden, Japan and the United States. Int J Nurs Educ 2014;6:177-85.
  49. Hweidi IM, Al-Obeisat SM. Jordanian nursing students’ attitudes toward the elderly. Nurse Educ Today 2006;26:23-30.
  50. Lambrinou E, Sourtzi P, Kalokerinou A, et al. Attitudes and knowledge of the Greek nursing students towards older people. Nurse Educ Today 2009;29:617-22.
  51. Furlan JC, Craven BC, Ritchie R, et al. Attitudes towards the older patients with spinal cord injury among registered nurses: a cross-sectional observational study. Spinal Cord 2009;47:674-80.
  52. Koren ME, Hertz J, Munroe D, et al. Assessing students’ learning needs and attitudes: considerations for Gerontology curriculum planning. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2008;28:39-56.
  53. Pan IJ, Edwards H, Chang A. Taiwanese nursing students’ attitudes toward older people. J Gerontol Nurs 2009;35:50-55.
  54. Karlin NJ, Emick J, Mehls EE, et al. Comparison of efficacy and age discrimination between psychology and nursing students. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2006;26:81-96.
  55. Gething L, Fethney J, McKee K, et al. Knowledge, stereotyping and attitudes towards self ageing. Australas J Ageing 2002;21:74-9.
  56. Basran JFS, Dal Bello-Haas V, Walker D, et al. The longitudinal elderly person shadowing program: outcomes from an interprofessional senior partner mentoring program. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2012;33:302-23.
  57. Wallace Kazer M, Greiner P, Grossman S, et al. Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a
    Geriatric Nurse Education Program. J Contin Educ Nurs 2006;37:214-7.
  58. Leung AYM, Chan SSC, Kwan CW. Service learning in medical and nursing training: a randomized controlled trial. Adv Health Sci Educ 2012;17:529-45.
  59. Lee YS, Shin SH, Greiner PA. Can education change attitudes toward aging? A quasi-experimental design with a comparison group. J Nurs Educ Pract 2015;5:90-9.
  60. Snyder JR. The influence of instruction on college students’ attitudes toward older adults. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2005;26:69-79.
  61. ElWogoud Helal HA, Esheaba OM. Effect of an Educational Module on the Community Nursing Students’ Attitude and Intention to Work with Elderly Population. J Nurs Healthc Res 2018;56:76-91.
  62. Stevens JA. Student nurses’ career preferences for working with older people: a replicated longitudinal survey. Int J Nurs Stud 2011;48:944-51.
  63. Holroyd A, Dahlke S, Fehr C, et al. Attitudes toward aging: Implications for a caring profession. J Nurs Educ 2009;48:374-80.
  64. Bashah F, Nordin M. Attitudes among medical imaging students towards older adults in Malaysia: a preliminary study. Environment-behaviour proceedings journal 2016;1:102-9.
  65. Söderhamn O, Lindencrona C, Gustavsson SM. Attitudes towards older people among nursing students and registered nurses in Sweden. Nurse Educ Today 2011;21:225-9.
  66. Randler C, Vollmer C, Wilhelm D. Attitudes Towards the Elderly Among German Adolescents. Educ Gerontol 2014;40:230-8.
Over dit artikel
Auteurs
Jorrit Campens, Deborah Lambotte, Anja Huion, Patricia Vanleerberghe, Nico de Witte
Over de auteurs

Jorrit Campens, dr. Deborah Lambotte, drs. Anja Huion, drs. Patricia Vanleerberghe, en dr. Nico De Witte zijn allen werkzaam als lector-onderzoekers bij de vakgroep Verpleegkunde van de Hogeschool Gent. Dr. Nico De Witte is daarnaast verbonden aan de vakgroep Psychologie en educatiewetenschappen van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Correspondentieadres: Jorrit.campens@hogent.be

Printdatum
17 september 2021
E-pubdatum
20 september 2021
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225
DOI
https://doi.org/10.24078/vpg.2021.9.127841


Over dit artikel
Auteurs
Jorrit Campens, Deborah Lambotte, Anja Huion, Patricia Vanleerberghe, Nico de Witte
Over de auteurs

Jorrit Campens, dr. Deborah Lambotte, drs. Anja Huion, drs. Patricia Vanleerberghe, en dr. Nico De Witte zijn allen werkzaam als lector-onderzoekers bij de vakgroep Verpleegkunde van de Hogeschool Gent. Dr. Nico De Witte is daarnaast verbonden aan de vakgroep Psychologie en educatiewetenschappen van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Correspondentieadres: Jorrit.campens@hogent.be

Printdatum
17 september 2021
E-pubdatum
20 september 2021
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225
DOI
https://doi.org/10.24078/vpg.2021.9.127841