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Developing an e-learning package to provide chemotherapy updates

09 February 2011

Cancer Nursing Practice

Feature

Cytotoxic chemotherapy is potentially carcinogenic, mutagenic and hazardous to staff and patients if it is not handled safely and effectively. National guidance and...

An evaluation of an approach to e-learning in a cancer care setting

01 May 2008

Cancer Nursing Practice

Clinical

The delivery of high quality care to patients with cancer and their family and friends is a priority for healthcare teams. E-learning offers one possible mode of...

Sexual health resource for all nurses

04 October 2011

Primary Health Care

General

The RCN has developed an online resource to assist all nurses who are not experts in sexual health to gain the knowledge and confidence needed to help patients. The...

The use of e-learning in continuing professional development

01 February 2012

Learning Disability Practice

Research

Aim To record and evaluate the experiences of a group of learning disability nurses at an NHS trust in England who had undertaken continuing professional development...

Improving nurses’ skills through e-learning

09 February 2012

Cancer Nursing Practice

Education

This article examines the development of an interactive online educational resource to improve the knowledge and skills of healthcare professionals working with...

A leadership framework to support the use of e-learning resources

29 May 2014

Nursing Management

Art & Science

Recognition needs to be given to emerging postgraduate nursing students’ status of ‘consumer’, and the challenge for nurse education is to remain relevant and...

Developing a website to demonstrate clinical holding techniques

Nursing Children and Young People

evidence & practice

Abstract Healthcare staff routinely use clinical holding to help infants, children or young people stay still when treatment is being administered, to prevent...

Developing an e-learning resource in clinical risk assessment

31 August 2012

Nursing Management

Feature

This article describes a project in which computer-centred technology was used to deliver clinical risk assessment training to staff in a specialist addictions unit....

Developing Q-methodology to explore staff views toward the use of technology in nurse education

22 October 2010

Nurse Researcher

issues in research

Technology in education is moving quickly in terms of the hardware and software applications available, but also due to the expectations of an increasingly digitally...

Complexities of policy-driven pre-registration nursing curricula

14 November 2007

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

This article discusses the challenges faced by two nurse educators when incorporating current health policy into a new pre-registration nursing curriculum, using...