Central to a nurse’s role is providing quality, safe and person centred patient care, many newly registered themselves identifying lack of confidence in their clinical skills abilities especially in the first year post qualification There are a variety of teaching and learning strategies available to achieve this, including instructional face to face teaching, simulation and the use of online technology. However, there remains no definitive conclusion as to what the ideal approach is. This research implemented blended learning, incorporating an online learning package and a face to face class to learn clinical skills. It analysed the nursing students opinions and perceptions of using this teaching strategy.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2020|
|Event||8th International Nurse Education Conference - Sitges, Barcelona, Spain|
Duration: 26 Apr 2020 → 29 Apr 2020
|Conference||8th International Nurse Education Conference|
|Period||26/04/2020 → 29/04/2020|
- Blended learning
- clinical skills
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Nursing education for the 21st century: An analysis of blended learning to teach clinical skills to 2nd year adult nursing studentsAuthor: Rainey, D., Jul 2021
Supervisor: Brown Wilson, C. (Supervisor) & McManus, C. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of EducationFile