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eBook Optimising Learning through Practice: Expanding Nursing and Health Care Practice Series ePub

by Lynne Wigens

  • ISBN: 0748783652
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Lynne Wigens
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd; 1st edition (November 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 245
  • ePub book: 1811 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1997 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 237

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Optimising Learning Through Practice book. Enhancing the knowledge and skills of health care students and registered practitioners in public health approaches to preventative health care.

Optimising Learning Through Practice book.

Presentation on theme: "Lynne Wigens & Rachel Heathershaw, Mentorship . Practice learning remains largely implicit, and part of the task of this book is to help you to engage with and get the most from your.

in clinical settings appreciate how important learning through practice is in bridging the theory and practice ‘gap’. Practice learning remains largely implicit, and part of the task of this book is to help you to engage with and get the most from your practice and that of others.

Currently Director of Patient Safety and Clinical Quality (Chief Nurse) for NHS Suffolk.

Health care is moving towards systems which. For the case of coexistence of discrete and continuous variables in optimizing design of composite spindle, a hybrid algorithm consisting of genetic algorithm and enumeration algorithm was presented. people and communities to take more responsibility and. control of their health care decisions. From the prototype of an aero-engine low pressure turbine shaft, this hybrid algorithm was used to optimize ply angles and thickness of composite spindle for losing the weight of spindle under the.

Lynne Wigens is Regional Chief Nurse for NHS England, Midlands and East. Lynne was a former Director of Nursing and Quality at The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust and Director of Patient Safety and Clinical Quality at NHS Suffolk. Lynne is a Florence Nightingale Scholar, studying the nursing contribution to integrated care in Canterbury, New Zealand and is using this knowledge to inform her New Care Models Workforce facilitation. Lynne really enjoys leading the nursing, midwifery and allied health professional working and improving the quality of care. Her career has included clinical, educational.

Preparing the books to read every day is enjoyable for many people. Specialist practice and the professional project for nursing.

Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Grea. 010. Preparing the books to read every day is enjoyable for many people. However, there are still many people who also don't like reading. British journal of nursing.

Lynne Wigens is the new director of nursing and quality, infection . I enjoy being able to influence improvements in nursing practice so have loved working in teaching and practice roles, but I think my heart really lies.

Lynne Wigens is the new director of nursing and quality, infection prevention and control for the Ipswich hospital NHS trust. She explains how she will be approaching the role. At work I am always learning tha. epeating the message and the vision is important, as you can't just assume that after one explanation people understand what the rationale is for change. I enjoy being able to influence improvements in nursing practice so have loved working in teaching and practice roles, but I think my heart really lies in being able to be involved in leading nursing. What are you most excited about in your new role?

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This book provides newly qualified health professionals and students with the background, theory, and practical knowledge to get the most out of practice and to harness all forms of learning opportunity. Focusing on the practical appreciation of learning theories and covering the principles of sound mentorship and clinical supervision, this unique text covers the components that combine to make a clinical area a good learning environment. The book identifies individual learning needs, and examines clinical supervision and mentorship. It also looks at improvement of the learning environment and managing constraints, and it discusses the wider context of continuous professional development, including training needs analysis and practice educator roles.