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

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This inquiry aims to apply the NHS leadership framework to nurse education for the implementation of e-learning.
Recognition needs to be given to the emerging postgraduate nursing students new status of consumer and the challenge now for nurse education is how to remain relevant and competitive in this consumer led market. The move towards an e-learning paradigm has been suggested as a competitive and contemporary way forward for the student consumer. The successful introduction of e-learning in nurse education will require leadership and a strong organisational management system.
Each element of the NHS leadership framework is described and interpreted for application in a higher education setting for the implementation of e-learning.
Change in the delivery of post graduate nurse education is necessary to ensure it remains current and reflective of consumer need in a competitive marketplace. By applying a leadership framework that acknowledges the skills and abilities of staff and encourages the formation of collaborative partnerships from within the wider university community, educators can begin to develop skills and confidence in teaching using e-learning resources.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)24-28
JournalNursing Management
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2014


  • leadership
  • elearning
  • NHSframework

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