We are delighted to announce a host of new features and functionalities coming soon within Nursing Times Learning
Having listened to user feedback, we are upgrading our learning management system to enhance your learning experience and help you to prepare for the new system of nurse revalidation to be introduced in 2016.
These changes will be accessible to you in August 2015.
New and updated online learning units
Nursing Times Learning aims to support your CPD and improve the consistency, quality and delivery of care given to patients.
We have updated or replaced our most popular units on fundamental aspects of nursing care, and these will be available from the launch of the new system. Over the following months more units will be updated or replaced and added to the system, and new units will be added.
The following units will be available in the new system when it launches in August.
- Catheter care
- Clinical record-keeping
- Constipation: management and treatment
- Dementia, delirium and depression
- Diarrhoea: assessment and management
- Discharge planning: getting it right for the patient
- Drug calculations in practice
- End-of-life care
- Falls prevention and management
- Liver disease: risk factors and treatment
- Nutrition screening
- Patient isolation: transmission-based precautions
- Pressure ulcer prevention
- Type 2 diabetes
- Venous thromboembolism prevention
The new Learning Passport will enable you to record all the events and activities that count towards your revalidation requirements, and store them in a single place. This will give you easy access to evidence your CPD and to demonstrate that you are adhering by standards of practice in the NMC Code in order to re-register. In addition, you will be able to store all the activities you need to complete as part of your revalidation including:
- Evidence of 450 practice hours
- Evidence of 40 hours of CPD
- Practice-related feedback
- Written reflections on the new Revised Code, your CPD and practice-related feedback
- A record of a professional development discussion with another NMC registrant covering their reflections on the above
- Health and character declaration
- Profession indemnity arrangement
- Third-party confirmation
Mobile, multi-device learning
The new version of Nursing Times Learning will work on all devices, adapting to fit whatever your screen size. That means you can use it anywhere with internet access, on your smartphone, laptop or tablet device at your own pace and convenience.
What do I need to do?
You must complete any learning units you have already started by 1st July 2015. Please ensure any incomplete learning units are finished to ensure your records are transferred to the new system. Partially completed learning units will not be moved over to the new system.
All your records of learning which you have completed will automatically be transferred to the new system.
If you have any questions please contact the Nursing Times Learning Team at email@example.com