Theoretical Difference and the Significance of Experimental Setting in Nursing Education


  • Saira John, Noor Ul Ain Farooq



medical classroom management, real-life scenarios, nursing education.


Aim: The medical classroom management has been validated as an important component of a nursing curriculum, providing learners with different learning knowledge in which classroom philosophy in addition abilities are pushed to limit in real-life scenarios.

Methods: This researcher used a mixed qualitative cross-sectional methodology that lasted a year, from October 2020 to September 2021. Topics were readily chosen from among the accessible students in the Lahore’s six primary health centers.

Results: According to the data, the majority of students (58.4 percent) remained enrolled in senior stage of program. Here seemed to be clear consensus (Mean 4.6, t = 9.2) among student nurses concerning the function of environment accessibility in narrowing the hypothesis gap, with the procedure of orientation to the site of training capturing the highest score (mean= 5.8, 79 percent). From the other hand, the survey found high borderline disagreement (4.6, 69 percent) concerning the presence of simulated labs at nursing colleges, which may represent the existing decreased existence of simulator in several nursing institutions in Lahore.

Conclusion: There is really no doubt that the discrepancy occurrence exists and has advantages and disadvantages that may then remain enhanced through harmonizing theoretical nursing method only through patient care methodology and providing chances for both medical teachers also students to collaborate in the somewhat extra creative medical setting.