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October's Nursing Times Learning champion: Helen Broadbent

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Congratulations to Helen Broadbent - she and another user completed the most learning units in October 2016!

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Name: Helen Broadbent

Job title: Midwife

Workplace: Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton

Favourite unit: Venous thromboembolism prevention

Next unit to try: Drug calculations in practice

 

Why did you choose Nursing Times Learning?
I think it is important to continue to learn when the opportunity presents itself and these units are a good way of doing this. They also count towards revalidation.

What did you most enjoy about the units you completed?
I enjoy the fact that you can test yourself before starting the unit and then again after to see how much your knowledge has improved (or if it was pretty good to start with!).

How has Nursing Times Learning helped you with your professional development?
It has greatly improved my knowledge in Type 2 diabetes and has shown me I am up to date with my knowledge in other areas.

Do you think that undertaking a learning unit makes you safer to care?
I do. It tests what you know already and what areas you need to improve on.

How has Nursing Learning helped you with the revalidation process?
It has given me a chance to update and enhance my knowledge and also given me some more CPD hours.

Would you recommend Nursing Times Learning to your colleagues?
Yes because it tests and improves on your knowledge.

 

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