Chapter 9

Microteaching

1. INTRODUCTION

The quality of nursing education is a significant factor that directly or indirectly affects the quality of health care. Nurse educators play key role in the development of the future nurse's manpower resource. This manpower is useless if it is not competent enough in performing those tasks in which they are supposed to be competent. It is of great importance that nurse educators imparting these competencies to the future generation should have the capability to perform their task (teaching) efficiently. For this purpose, they need to acquire requisite teaching skills so that they can impart better quality of nursing education to the future generation.

In this chapter, we focus on those competencies that ...

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