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Enhancing dermatology nursing education in Scotland and Ireland: a multifaceted approach

The deficit of appropriate and accessible education, particularly formal courses for highly specialist nurses, has been widely reported, including in dermatology (Gould et al, 2007; Price and...

Development of online cancer resources to support pre-registration nurses and allied health professionals

Following review of existing e-learning resources, a programme called Cancer Nursing Careers was identified on the HEE e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) platform. Cancer Nursing Careers consists of...

Stakeholder perceptions of curriculum design, development and delivery for continuing e-learning for nurses

CPE is a collaborative process involving management, and clinical and education staff. Participatory action research was identified as a suitable methodology because it facilitates a collaborative...

Reusable learning objects for nurse education: development, evaluation, challenges and recommendations

This study aimed to determine factors influencing RLO development and to help generate recommendations and ways of working which help streamline and optimise the production process..

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