New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education volume 2001, issue 90, P49 2001 DOI: 10.1002/ace.20 View full text
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Angela J. Gillis

Abstract: Journal writing is both a process and a product. As a product, journals are personally written accounts that promote the expression of perspectives, ideas, and feelings. They are one means of enabling nurses and others to address challenging educational and practice-based issues and simultaneously getting in touch with the depth, complexity, sensitivity, and even humor experienced as they journey through their educational experience. A journal in the health education context is more than and different from a …

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