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E-Learning in Nursing

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 152
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Nurse Education in Practice

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15 May 2006

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Distance-learning has always been important in nursing and recent health policy initiatives have identified IT as key to professional development. This latest addition to the Nurse Education in Practice series supports...

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Distance-learning has always been important in nursing and recent health policy initiatives have identified IT as key to professional development. This latest addition to the Nurse Education in Practice series supports nursing and healthcare lecturers as they develop and deliver e-learning courses, discussing both theory and practice.

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First book to relate hot topic of elearning specifically to nursing
Sits within our successful Nurse Education in Practice series
Examines the thinking behind elearning and provides practical advice on implementation

E-Learning in Nursing Education: The Context; S.Glen & H.Cox.- Application of New Technologies to Nurse Education; S.Gulati.- E-Communities; P.Moule.- Developing E-Learning Materials; P.R.Jeffries.- Facilitating Work Based Learning Online; S.Gomez & D.Lush.- Facilitating Access to Online Learning; M.Gilchrist & R.Ward.- Assessment and Evaluation; N.Eaton & P.Moule.- E-Learning in Nursing Education: Incremental Not Revolutionary Change?; S.Glen.
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SALLY GLEN is Deputy Director of the Institute of Health Sciences, Dean of St. Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, London, UK and Professor Nursing Education. She was a member of the HEFCE advisory panel for Centres for Excellence for Learning and Teaching. She is on the editorial board for Nurse Education Today and Learning in Health and Social Care and has published widely in the field of nursing education.

PAM MOULE is Reader in Nursing and Learning Technologies, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. Her profile includes a number of publications and research and development projects in e-learning. These include subjects such as...

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SALLY GLEN is Deputy Director of the Institute of Health Sciences, Dean of St. Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, London, UK and Professor Nursing Education. She was a member of the HEFCE advisory panel for Centres for Excellence for Learning and Teaching. She is on the editorial board for Nurse Education Today and Learning in Health and Social Care and has published widely in the field of nursing education.

PAM MOULE is Reader in Nursing and Learning Technologies, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. Her profile includes a number of publications and research and development projects in e-learning. These include subjects such as resuscitation skills training, online Communities of Practice, student placement support and cancer care training.

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