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LEARNING BLOG

Happy Third Anniversary Nursing Times Learning: come celebrate with us

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I like celebrations and this month we are celebrating Nursing Times Learning’s third anniversary.

It has been a great three years for Nursing Times Learning and we are thrilled at how popular the units have been with you all. Healthcare is a busy and pressurised environment and it is hard for staff to find time for training. Online learning provides a flexible solution, keeping you updated at a time that suits you.

We are busy developing some new topics to add our suite of units. One unit that I am particularly excited about is a unit on record keeping that we will be launching next month. How to keep clinical records is integral to good care so the unit will help you develop your skills and understanding of clinical record keeping. 

The unit outlines simple frameworks you can use to support your record keeping and also looks at how your records will be used in a serious incident investigation or when there is a complaint or legal challenge against the care you have provided for a patient.  

As well as this unit we have a number of other units in development. Like all our units they are being written by expert authors and will be peer reviewed.

Watch out for our new units coming out  — don’t miss the opportunity to keep yourself updated.

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