Training-needs analysis
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Training-needs analysis

Lindsay Pedder Nurse Education Co-Ordinator, The Nurse Education Unit (Human Resources Directorate), Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust, Taunton and Somerset Hospital, Somerset

This article aims to inform, or update, nurses in the knowledge necessary to gain an understanding of the basic concept and principles of a training-needs analysis (TNA), so that they have sufficient facts to be able to apply the principles to their own organisation, practice or personal circumstances

Learning Disability Practice. 1, 4, 30-34. doi: 10.7748/ldp1999.

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