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To assess role-playing as a methodology in the teaching-learning process for the Nursing Degree. To identify the attitude of alumni (professionals) towards role-playing after entering the job market. One of the worst fears of students is facing real situations that they will have to face soon, when they become professionals. Role-playing is a tool that allows the students act out real situations and reduce their concerns. PARTICIPANTS AND CONTEXT: Five alumni (nurses) from the Nursing School of the University of Alicante. Academic years 2006-2007 and 2007-2008. The reflexive nature of qualitative research is based on symbolic interactionism. COLLECTION OF DATA-SUMMARIES: The subject category chosen is role-playing and it is sorted into subcategories and codes. Findings from the analysis of the summaries have allowed us to see what actually happens when using role-playing as a teaching-learning tool in nursing, and what the consequences are for professionals, once they finish their studies.


José Ramón Martínez Riera, Juan Luis Cibanal, María Jesus Pérez Mora. Role-playing in the teaching-learning process of the nursing degree. Assessment of graduate (profesionals)]. Revista de enfermería (Barcelona, Spain). 2011 Jul-Aug;34(7-8):17-24

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