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What nurses say about our units:

"Although I did have previous knowledge of these subjects, I didn't realise what gaps I had in my understanding until I had taken the pre-course tests. Working through the case studies was a great way of learning as I was able to apply this directly to my patients." Lisa Dryden, Staff Nurse, Weston Area Health Trust

“The quality was excellent. Clear and understandable information coupled with the practice questions. Very convenient…could do it anywhere!! Learnt the basics for the subject and helped me to understand why the information required is so important. The certificate was useful to prove that I had a baseline knowledge.”

-Gina Seymour, professional development adviser, Essex

“The online arterial blood gas interpretation unit was excellent. It was clear and concise yet still covered all the important basics needed in practice. Even for someone interpreting blood gases daily it still reminded me of things I’d forgot and gave reassurance my knowledge base is sound. I will be recommending it to my colleagues.”

-Joe Annandale, respiratory nurse specialist, Hywel Dda Health Board, Wales

“I found the unit reinforced the knowledge I possessed but also, and more importantly, I gained increased knowledge which I have been able to use to treat my patients with these symptoms more effectively. This learning experience was invaluable and not too time consuming."

-Irene Shaw, specialist support practitioner level 7, Nottinghamshire

“For each module my pre-test knowledge was just over 75% and post knowledge increased to 95%, which just goes to prove that performing weekly/daily tasks, you can skip/forget things. So I found them all really useful for testing myself and then reinforcing my knowledge base.”

-Maureen Sheila Varilone, nurse practitioner, Worcestershire

A survey of nurses showed:

Nursing Times Learning is an effective learning tool
  • 95% of nurses would definitely change or consider changing their practice as a result of taking Nursing Times Learning online training courses.*
  • 65% of nurses said the units they completed had been “very” or “definitely” effective. A further 30% of nurses said the units had been “quite” effective in that the units had helped confirm they were up to date with their training.*
Nursing Times Learning is user friendly and convenient
  • Nursing Times Learning enables nurses to undertake continuing professional development in short sessions, unlike traditional learning methods. It doesn’t require any special knowledge of computers and allows nurses to work at their own pace. 75% of nurses said Nursing Times Learning’s online training format was “very” user friendly.*

*survey of nurses who completed Nursing Times Learning units in February 2010



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