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Clinical learning at the Nursing Degree, along with theoretical knowledge, ensures that the student achieves the generic and specific competencies necessary for their professional development. This clinical learning is carried out in different areas depending on the stage of the training process in which the student is.

Purpose of clinical learning

At the end of clinical teaching, the student will be able to integrate the knowledge acquired in the different areas of the degree to be able to take care of the person from a holistic perspective, developing its own nursing skills.

General objectives to be achieved in all clinical learning subjects

  1. Identify the philosophy, standards and protocols instituted by the nursing division where the student conducts clinical teaching.
  2. Adapt to the nursing and interdisciplinary health team, establishing good communication and a good ability to work as a team.
  3. Recognize the physical space where clinical education is carried out in the general plan of the institution and the health system.
  4. Demonstrate organizational ability. Use health education for the individual and the family, to promote optimum levels of independence in meeting their needs.
  5. Use the scientific method in nursing care.
  6. Give an individualized attention to the person or in the community based on the model of Virginia Henderson, developing an ethical professional practice and in accordance with the code of ethics of the profession.
  7. Provide nursing care taking into account the dignity, culture, values and beliefs of the individual and the family.
  8. Demonstrate attitudes and skills that enhance one’s own training as future professionals by searching for and managing information.
  9. Develop an attitude that favors the aid relationship.
  10. Apply research as a tool to increase the body of knowledge of the nursing discipline.
  11. Demonstrate an active attitude in one’s own learning.
  12. Use reflective practice to identify one’s own professional capabilities and limitations and seek appropriate support.


  • CLINICAL STAYS I (third and fourth semester)
  • CLINICAL STAYS II (fifth and sixth semester)
  • CLINICAL STAYS III (fifth and sixth semester)
  • PRACTICUM (eighth semester)

Practice Centres


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