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Developing an e-learning curriculum to educate healthcare staff in the acute hospital setting about autism

First described in the 1940s, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a lifelong heterogeneous neurodevelopmental condition characterised by qualitative challenges with social communication, interaction and...

An exploration of undergraduate nursing students' experiences of mentorship in an Irish hospital

The aim of this study was to explore undergraduate nursing students' experiences of mentorship while in hospital clinical placements..

Is nurse education too focused on acute care?

As in secondary care, there is an abundance of unfilled vacancies in community nursing. Specialist community practitioner (SCP) courses in district nursing (SCPDN), child nursing (SCPCN), and...

Virtual reality: the next step in nursing education?

In the past, simulation in nursing and healthcare curricula often focused on the teaching and development of clinical skills or procedural competencies with little attention paid to ‘soft skills’....

Can a high-fidelity simulation tutorial improve written examination results? Review of a change in teaching practice

Simulation is an active learning approach that enables nurse educators to provide students with exposure to complex clinical situations within a safe environment to develop and practise their...

A multidisciplinary learning approach: training, preparation and role transition

A cross-section mixed-methods design survey was developed to explore learner experiences of ANP/ACP training and role transition. Evaluation research methodologies and their application were examined...

A multidisciplinary learning approach: a narrative review

The SPIDER (sample, phenomenon of interest, design, evaluation and research type) was used to develop eligibility criteria, develop a search strategy and facilitate rigour in the research (Cooke et...

Exploring the complexity of student nurse relationships with adolescent patients when placing nasogastric tubes

The practice of NG tube insertion originates from ancient Greece and Egypt, where tubing inserted rectally infused nutrient solutions for the treatment of bowel conditions (Chernoff, 2006; National...

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