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fieldwork

(fēld′wŏrk)
Studies and practical experience gained during the direct observation and care of patients. It is used to supplement and broaden the education of students, usually in addition to academic study performed in the classroom, home, or library. Fieldwork is also used in ethnographic nursing research.
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Fieldwork educators' ability to socialize students into the many roles of an entry-level practitioner is a challenge directly associated with student performance on entry-level competencies and skills.
The contributors, to varying degrees, intersperse their analyses with observations and reflections about fieldwork process, practice, experience and challenges.
Fieldwork and questioning examine a part of the toponymic mind not normally accessed when people are not aware of these names.
It is in this spirit of supporting the next generation that the Society is planning a celebration event for all past Expeditions and Geographical Fieldwork Grant recipients, on 23 September.
In Chapter Eight, Pierre Petit examines the issue of trust from the perspective of censorship both before and after fieldwork.
Type of fieldwork: Unlike typical field courses or undergraduate research programs with large-scale institutional support and funding, this fieldwork was part of an individual research project supported by a single PI's grant.
Understanding the effect of learning styles on fieldwork learning has also been reported to assist students to modify their approach to fieldwork (Robertson, Smellie, Wilson, & Cox, 2011).
Fieldwork essentially played through the program with only a single mid-concert pause, thus blurring all transitions between pieces.
Ethnography has to be practised in person to be fully understood--and this means doing the fieldwork preparation, as well as research and writing stages, as they are all equally constitutive experiences of ethnographic being.
An essential reference for birders of New York and adjacent regions, the 2d edition contains the same superb drawings and lengthy entries for each species, accompanied by detailed distribution maps and survey statistics noting changes in distribution between the first atlas (published in 1988) and the second, which reflects fieldwork carried out from 2000 through 2005.
As a PhD researcher I made regular use of the library's archive collection on weekends, as this reduced my fieldwork costs and time.
Denali -- The Alaska Gas Pipeline began fieldwork earlier this summer, and pipeline partners planned to spend about $40 million on the 2008 efforts.