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August's Nursing Times Learning champion: Feyisara Kene

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Feyisara completed more NT Learning units than any other user during August, making her our NT Learning Champion of the Month

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Name: Feyisara Kene

Job title: Staff nurse

Workplace: Barts Health NHS Trust

Favourite unit: Type 2 Diabetes - Prevention, Diagnosis and Management

Next unit to try: Pressure ulcer prevention


Why did you choose to complete Nursing Times Learning units?
To meet my revalidation requirements

What did you most enjoy about the units you completed?
I have always been interested in diabetes in clinical areas, so enjoyed completing this unit in particular.

How has Nursing Times Learning helped you with your professional development?
It has helped in no small way in updating and improving my knowledge of my professional responsibilities.

Do you think that undertaking a learning unit makes you safer to care?
Yes. It not only re-enforces the knowledge I already have, it also adds to my knowledge and helps to increase my confidence during my professional practice.

How has Nursing Learning helped you with the revalidation process?
What I find most useful is that the articles are of a high standard and up-to-date. The questions are also of a high standard and passing them has really raised my standard of practice.

Would you recommend Nursing Times Learning to your colleagues?
Yes I will readily recommend it to my colleagues. I will tell them that if they really want to improve their professional knowledge and raise their standard of care, they should go for Nursing Times Learning.

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