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  • Nurses

    Devising an e-learning package for vital-signs monitoringSubscription

    Clinical1 July, 2003

    Innovative approaches to teaching are critical in nursing and midwifery, given the current demand that higher education courses are relevant to the changing health care environment. Courses must also meet the requirements of the curriculum, based on the principles of Making a Difference (Department of Health, 1999), and integrate the content with practice requirements.

  • Safer medicine administration through the use of e-learningSubscription

    Clinical18 April, 2006

    In recent years the burden of risk generated in acute hospitals by inaccurate administration of medicines has come to be increasingly recognised. It can be argued that a watershed occurred in 2001 when a number of key events occurred. The death of a patient due to the inadvertent administration of vincristine via the intrathecal route prompted a range of activities coordinated at national level to improve the safety of patients prescribed intrathecal chemotherapy. In the same year, ...

  • Nurse prescribing: A comparison between nurses undertaking e-learning and conventional coursesSubscription

    Clinical24 October, 2006

    Eleanor Bradley, PhD, MSc, CPsychol, is reader in mental health, Staffordshire University; Joan Burgess, MSc, RGN, RNT, is programme leader, Open Learning School of Health Sciences, University College Winchester; Mary Ring, BSc, RN, HV, is regional lead for nurse prescribing, Coventry PCT; Peter Nolan, PhD, MEd, BA, BEd, RMN, RGN, DN, RNT, is professor of mental health nursing, Staffordshire University

  • E-learning for cancer nurse educationSubscription

    Clinical27 February, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 9, PAGE NO: 30-31Mark Irving, RGN, Dip HE, BSc; Ray Irving, BA, MBA; Stuart Sutherland, MA, MA, PGCE.Mark Irving, is a clinical nurse specialist at Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle; Ray Irving and Stuart Sutherland are e-learning consultants at the University of Warwick, Coventry; all arevolunteers at the charity Nurse Learning.Irving, M.J. et al (2007) E-learning for cancer nurse education.

  • The benefits of E-learning for cancer nurse educationSubscription

    Clinical27 April, 2007

    AbstractVOL: 103, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 30Mark Irving, BSc, DipHE, RGN, is clinical nurse specialist at Cumberland Infirmary, CarlisleRay Irving, BA, MBA, and Stuart Sutherland, PGCE, MA, are both e-learning consultants at the University of Warwick, Coventry; all are also volunteers at the charity Nurse ( is a website developed by Nurse Learning, a UK-based registered charity t…

  • How to use multimedia to provide mandatory trainingSubscription

    Share nursing ideas10 April, 2008

    The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust worked with production company Mezzo to create the TrainingPOD, a novel way of providing mandatory training, writes Helen Green, hospital matron at Pinderfields

  • E-learning is wrong for mental health rolesSubscription

    News22 April, 2008

    Over the years it has become common to see nurses take on the roles and responsibilities of other professionals.

  • Nurses develop catheterisation e-learning module Subscription

    Clinical2 February, 2009

    Nurses at Bradford and Airedale PCT have developed an elearning catheterisation module for healthcare workers

  • New e-learning unit for catheterisation available free to NHS staffSubscription

    Clinical26 February, 2009

    New urinary catheter e-learning programme launched by NHS Core Learning unit

  • New catheterisation e-learning unit available to NHS staffSubscription

    Clinical26 February, 2009

    Preventing healthcare-associated infections is a key priority for the Department of Health and, since the introduction of the Health Act code of practice (DH, 2006), infection prevention has become everybody’s business.

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