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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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Out and about: Geology students from The Sixth Form College, Solihull, undertook field work in Warwickshire and Shropshire.
The suggestions and advice for planning field work will help students and more experienced practitioners make informed decisions concerning field campaigns.
For example, the amount of field work required ranges from 30 hours in one state to 300 hours in another, and the number of credits of reading required ranges from 2 to 12.
You must be one heck of a talker to get my husband interesting in healthy eating in the middle of Spring field work," the woman wrote.
There is also in the field of folklore a healthy tension between academic theory, practical field work, and creativity.
Much of the field work there has only been published in Spanish and has been overlooked by some North American researchers.
Field work was the arena which was most explicitly defined as masculine labor, and women who worked in field labor often described it as "helping out.
If "Coming of the Shorter Light" is any indication, Field Work should be a wonder to behold.
These guidelines are used in the valuation phase of the assessor's field work, which began in August and which should be more than 50 percent complete by early October.
This developmental project was designed to solve the conflict between the Center for Teacher Education at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and the local public school districts regarding the placement of education students in public school classrooms for field work activities.
Yesterday at a meeting with heads of agricultural enterprises and K (F) X, the issue of preparing and conducting spring field work was considered.