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A. Sadeghi, M.Sc., T. Artimani, M.Sc., M. Hasanian, M.Sc. N. Mohammadi, M.Sc., M.R. Mostafaie, M.Sc., M. Seraj, B.Sc.. Evaluation of Reach to Educational Goals in Theorical Lessons in Nursing Students. Avicenna J Nurs Midwifery Care 2008; 16 (2) :13-23
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Introduction & Objective: Education play a key role in the Growth & development of human community. Evaluation is the most important part of educational planning process. Teachers, By evaluation process, will judge about the performance of selected education programs and to determine their effectiveness, efficiency and equity. The purpose of this study was to evaluate of reach educational goals in theorical lesson in nursing students in school of nursing & midwifery, Hamadan university of medical sciences.

Materials & Methods: This research is a descriptive work whose aim is to determine: what is the degree of reach to educational Goals in theorical lessons in Nursing.

Results: It was found that the rate of achievement of goals at the high or moderate Level is occurred about 81% in the nursing. In the low level , Rate of achievement of goals is 19% for nursing students.

Conclusion: Regarding the results, It seems necessary that the evaluation of lesson plan and the other educational programs must be considered very important and in order to usual and continues work.

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Type of Study: Original Research | Subject: Nursing
Accepted: 2016/02/14 | Published: 2016/02/14

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