News and practice for nurse educators
Multiprofessional working is central to good care and Health Education England has introduced a programme to make it central to all healthcare interventions
Students from different disciplines who learnt together developed interpersonal and teamwork skills and gained knowledge of how other professionals work
Many of the challenges facing student nurse educators lie in the delivery of mentorship
The use of personal response systems in lectures can increase students’ understanding and enable lecturers to gather instant feedback.
The Francis report suggests changes to pre-registration training to improve skills and to ensure students have the requisite attributes
Healthcare assistants are to be offered a route into nursing through part-time degrees, under plans revealed by Health Education England.
The NHS will experience a chronic shortage of nurses within the next three years as demand for services continues to pile on pressure.
The nursing and midwifery school at Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University has appointed a new head.
A leading nursing and wound care researcher has been made a dame in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
The best and worst nursing courses in the UK have been revealed in a new league table of higher education providers.
Our student nurse twitter community shared their thoughts on what’s important when choosing a nursing course. Read the transcript here
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Workplace learning can be supported using various approaches but for this to be effective it is crucial that those supporting learners have the right skills