Category list : Online education
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A framework for post-registration developmentSubscription
A new framework for post-registration professional development in Wales aims to ensure nurses’ training needs are identified at a personal and strategic level
An interactive approach to mandatory trainingSubscription
On recognising that staff members were not fully engaging with mandatory training, one trust decided to develop and implement a new approach
The government should tackle loneliness amongst the over-65s by training those without the skills to use the internet, a think-tank has recommended.
A charity has launched an online resource designed to encourage more general nurses to specialise in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), amid rising numbers of patients and a shortage of expert help.
Macmillan has appointed its first “digital nurse specialist” to help ensure people can get accurate online information about cancer.
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.
How can you tell the difference between dementia, delirium and depression in older people, to ensure they receive the right care? Current knowledge on this question is summarised in this article, and is also available as a learning resource in our learning unit on dementia, delirium and depression
E-learning adoption in pre-registration trainingSubscription
Nurse educators sometimes appear reluctant to use e-learning, and question whether it is appropriate for pre-registration nurse education for a number of reasons
Online learning has unique advantages, overcoming barriers of introversion and physical distance, creating new ways to communicate and shaping identity
Electronic learning could enable millions more students to train as nurses and doctors across the world, according to research carried out for the World Health Organization.