News and practice for nurse educators
A new framework for post-registration professional development in Wales aims to ensure nurses’ training needs are identified at a personal and strategic level
A trust used simulations based on patient case scenarios to help healthcare cadets learn how to practise patient-centred care and improve communication and teamwork
Massive open online courses were developed to offer universal free access to high-quality higher education, and may offer new opportunities in nurse education
Value-based recruitment is a challenge in healthcare, but multiple mini-interviews, which use a series of clinical scenarios, may offer a solution
A simulation of patient handovers in a safe environment can help student nurses to develop the skills and confidence needed to carry out this process effectively
Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust is introducing a “return to acute care” programme, which will offer nurses with previous experience in the setting the opportunity to get back onto the wards.
This year has seen a dramatic rise in the number of trainee district nurses set to join the workforce, after years of decline, according to latest figures.
With another healthcare review under way, Shaun Lintern talks to its chair Lord Willis to find out its aims and clarify how it will differ from others recently carried out.
A six-month return to practice programme is starting this summer at the University of York to encourage former nurses in North Yorkshire to return to the profession.
Lord Willis, chair of a major new review into nursing education and training, is to embark on a tour of the country to gather evidence.
Tony Stein argues that focusing on a 1:8 nursing ratio diminishes the true value of properly qualified nurses
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