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Such a strategy must incorporate uncompromised patient care, a supportive clinical learning environment, direct academic and clinical teaching, relationship-building between academic and clinical staff, relationship development between clinical staff and students (support for clinicians to support the students), continuous feedback to students on their progress, learning by repetition, peer teaching and learning and collegiality with peers. Transforming the Clinical Learning Environment Transforming the clinical learning environment required analysis of two key qualities: the physical nature of the environment and the people, including clinical and academic staff, and students.
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