Evaluating the development of an accredited work based learning (AWBL) scheme for A&E nurses
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Evaluating the development of an accredited work based learning (AWBL) scheme for A&E nurses

Veronica Swallow Senior Lecturer, School of Health and Professional Practice Studies, Faculty of Health, Social Work and Education, (FHSWE), University of Northumbria at Newcastle (Northumbria)
Hazel Chalmers Principal Lecturer, School of Health and Professional Practice Studies, FHSWE, Acting Head, Academic Development Unit, Northumbria
John Miller Head, Division of Multidisciplinary Practice Development, School of Health and Professional Practice Studies, FHSWE, Northumbria
Catherine E Gibb Research Associate, Nursing Research and Development Unit, FHSWE, Northumbria

This paper describes a process evaluation of the development of a pilot educational scheme, based on accredited work based learning (AWBL). The aim was to prepare experienced A&E nurses to set up and run two nurse led minor injury units. The development was outlined in a previous paper (Swallow et al 2000).

Emergency Nurse. 8, 7, 34-39. doi: 10.7748/en2000.11.8.7.34.c1341

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