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Supporting practice learning time for non-medical prescribing students: managers’ views

Citation
Unwin R, Redman S, Bain H, MacPhee M, McElhinney E, Downer F & Paterson R (2016) Supporting practice learning time for non-medical prescribing students: managers’ views, Nursing Management, 23 (3), pp. 25-29.

Abstract
Managers in healthcare services have ever-increasing demands to consider in relation to front line care, including the continuing professional education needs of qualified practitioners who are advancing their roles. One advancement is non-medical prescribing, and this article reports part of the findings from a survey undertaken in Scotland which explored managers’ views of the clinical support of staff enrolled on a non-medical prescribing programme. The article discusses how managers have an important role to play in supporting these learners in practice, and suggests all stakeholders should be aware of the pressure this adds to managers, and seek creative solutions to support the process of learning.Read More:http://journals.rcni.com/doi/abs/10.7748/nm.23.3.25.s27

Keywords
continuing professional education; learning in practice; manager; non-medical prescribing

StatusPublished
AuthorsUnwin Rachel, Redman Susan, Bain Heather, MacPhee Michael, McElhinney Evelyn, Downer Frances, Paterson Ruth
Publication date01/06/2016
Date accepted by journal18/04/2016
PublisherRoyal College of Nursing
ISSN 1354-5760
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Nursing Management: Volume 23, Issue 3 (06/2016)

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