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Just a footnote to what I said earlier. If staff genuinely 'can't' attend due to work commitments, how about accepting this and simply target one ward/area/directorate and then through evidence based practice we can show what a difference has been made. Perhaps then training on the ward could come back as it did in my time as a student nurse. Ward based training can be every bit as effective as classroom work. Most CNS's are adaptable and can deliver all types. If you are ward based, it costs nothing to ask your CNS for training they are likely to jump at the opportunity, Primary Care staff leaders, do the same. CNS's get ready to be bombarded. Generally 20% of a CNS's time should be dedicated to education.

Posted date

7 July, 2008

Posted time

3:39 pm