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  • Students wanted to download videos

    Using multimedia to teach students essential skillsSubscription

    Clinical20 July, 2012

    An evaluation found using video can enhance the student learning experience.

  • Using more healthcare areas for placements

    Using more healthcare areas for placementsSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2013

    With more care being provided outside acute hospitals, placements in the private, voluntary and independent sector can widen newly qualified nurses’ career choices

  • e-learning can be an  effective way of developing competence and confidence in asessing patient and family needs

    Using e-learning to develop communication skills when assessing patients’ end of life needsSubscription

    Clinical15 October, 2010

    Nurses must be competent and confident in assessing patients’ needs. Marie Curie Cancer Care designed and evaluated an online course to improve practice.

  • 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…

  • Supporting student nurses with an online induction

    Supporting student nurses with an online inductionSubscription

    Clinical21 November, 2016

    One trust developed a web-based induction resource to welcome and inform students who are about to undertake clinical placements

  • 'Seventh C stands for covering up the real issues, not CPD'

    'Seventh C stands for covering up the real issues, not CPD'Subscription

    Opinion21 February, 2013

    Minutes of the “What Are We Going To Do About Nursing?” Marketing Focus Group. Private and Confidential.

  • University of Washington

    Scottish nurses empowered to help autistic people cope with change Subscription

    News13 November, 2018

    Health and social care staff in Scotland are being empowered to better support people with autism during difficult moments throughout the rollercoaster of their lives.

  • 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, ...

  • Principles of transmission-based precautions

    Principles of transmission-based precautionsSubscription

    Clinical23 January, 2015

    The essentials of patient isolation are summarised in this article. They are also available as a learning resource in our learning unit on patient isolation. Scroll down to read the article or download a print-friendly PDF here

  • People 'know nurses work hard'

    Poll suggests public 'know nurses work hard'Subscription

    News1 March, 2013

    Most people acknowledge that nurses are caring and hard working in the face of challenging conditions, research has shown.

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