Learning Environments in Undergraduate Nursing Education During COVID-19: A Scoping Review.

Learning Environments in Undergraduate Nursing Education During COVID-19: A Scoping Review.

Publication date: Jan 18, 2024

The COVID-19 pandemic radically changed nursing education. To map the existing literature on learning environments (LEs) in undergraduate nursing education during COVID-19 and identify the LE elements based on the 4 domains of Gruppen’s conceptual framework: personal, social, organizational, and physical and virtual spaces. Eligible articles were reviewed using the Joanna Briggs framework. The search retrieved 5003 articles, of which 80 met the inclusion criteria. Most studies were cross-sectional and conducted in the United States. Of the studies included, 68 studies focused on the personal component of students, 67 investigated physical and virtual space components, 19 examined the social domain, and 15 examined organizational aspects. The COVID-19 pandemic significantly influenced the LE of nursing students. Based on the current review of LE in nursing education, nurse educators and researchers can develop interventions to maintain the quality and accessibility of nursing education in future crises.

Concepts Keywords
Educators Based
Future Covid
Nursing Education
Pandemic Environments
Undergraduate Examined
Framework
Learning
Nursing
Organizational
Pandemic
Physical
Social
Students
Undergraduate
Virtual

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH COVID-19
drug DRUGBANK Methionine
disease IDO quality

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