Subscribers can access the entire suite of online learning units, while registered guest users have access to selected units.
Before using Nursing Times Learning, you MUST be signed into the Nursing Times website. If you’re not signed in, the website won’t allow you to access any of the online learning.
You can sign in here: http://www.nursingtimes.net/sign-in
Here’s what to do if you don’t have, or don’t know, your password:
You can request a password reminder here: https://www.nursingtimes.net/forgotten-password
You can create a free, registered guest account here: https://www.nursingtimes.net/register - this will give you limited access to Nursing Times and Nursing Times Learning
Subscribe for full access to everything on Nursing Times here: https://www.nursingtimes.net/subscription-options
If your employer has bought your subscription but you’re not sure how to sign in, you can find out here: https://www.nursingtimes.net/learning-units-and-passport/employee-benefit-subscription
Once you’re signed into the website, go to https://www.nursingtimes.net/learning-units-and-passport where you can select if you want to browse the clinical archive, view the list of available learning units or review or update your Learning Passport, which is your e-portfolio.
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Select ’LEARNING UNITS’ to view the full list of learning units available to you (NB if you are a registered user, ie you have registered for a guest account but not paid, you will only see three learning units. You must subscribe to access the entire suite).
Select ‘CLINICAL ARCHIVE’ to browse our archive of over 5,000 clibical articles on hundreds of subjects, all of which have been double-blind peer-reviewed.
Select ‘LEARNING PASSPORT’ to start putting CPD evidence into your e-portfolio passport - this could be anything from a reflective account, the name of an article you’ve read or patient feedback. When you complete a learning unit it will automatically appear in your portfolio passport.
Select ‘MANAGER DASHBOARD’ if you manage a team and have a corporate subscription. This area of Nursing Times Learning allows managers to see an overview of how their teams are getting on. If you’re not a manager you will simply be told that there are no dashboards to view when you click on this area.
If you’re unsure of how to do something, our ‘how to’ guides have the answer: https://www.nursingtimes.net/learning-units-and-passport/video-guides
Or you can contact our customer services team on email@example.com