Lauren has completed more learning units than any other Nursing Times subscriber. She reveals why she chose Nursing Times Learning to support her CPD
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Why did you choose Nursing Times Learning?
It’s an interesting means of compiling evidence of continued professional development for revalidation. I am particularly interested in nutrition and diabetes.
What did you most enjoy about the units you completed?
I enjoyed the format, particularly the use of case studies which enabled me to apply my learning and review my progress through questions.
Where do you most often complete learning units?
I tend to complete the learning units at home during the day as I am free from distractions and time is not a concern.
How has Nursing Times Learning helped you with your professional development?
Undertaking this learning has enabled me to review and update my existing knowledge of diabetes.
Do you think that undertaking a learning unit makes you safer to care?
Yes, by undertaking a learning unit, I have reviewed and updated my existing knowledge which will inform my future practice in caring for patients with diabetes.
What other areas of Nursing Times do you use?
The clinical archive is a beneficial resource when undertaking any form of academic study.
How has Nursing Times Learning helped you with your revalidation requirements?
It’s an interesting means of compiling evidence of continued professional development for revalidation. It offers a wide selection of subjects to choose from and the learning gained through undertaking these units can be applied to future practice.
What could we do to improve the service to support you better?
Continue to offer the wide range of subjects to choose from.
Would you recommend Nursing Times Learning to your colleagues?
The thought of undertaking the revalidation process is daunting however I would recommend Nursing Times Learning to colleagues as it is an experience I have enjoyed and has proved to be beneficial.