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What is Nursing Times Learning?

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Subscribers have unlimited access to all our high-quality online learning. Registered users of Nursing Times can access selected learning units. Find out more…

Nursing Times Learning is everything you need to support you in meeting your revalidation requirements, and is available FREE to subscribers.

It began as a source of high-quality, double-blind peer reviewed online learning for nurses, and now includes the NT Portfolio that allows nurses and midwives to store their CPD achievements and other revalidation evidence.

We currently have 22 learning units on a range of subjects, with more currently being developed. Each unit takes around two hours to complete. When you successfully complete a unit your personalised certificate will be stored in your NT Portfolio.

NT Learning also includes full access to the clinical archive and our “Bitesize CPD” - journal clubs and self-assessment quizzes, all worth valuable CPD points.

The system provides a manager dashboard which allows managers to track how staff are progressing in their preparation for revalidation. It can also show how many in the team have completed a specific learning unit.

Subscribers have unlimited access to all our high-quality online learning. Registered users of Nursing Times can access selected learning units, including Adverse Drug Reactions.

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