Borneuf, Anne-Marie and Haigh, Carol (2010) The who and where of clinical skills teaching: a review from the UK perspective. ISSN 1532-2793Full text not available from this repository.
Over the years, the debate on clinical skill acquisition in Nursing is one that has been subject to constant scrutiny within educational settings, locally and globally. Indeed, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) have endeavoured to provide some clarity with the publication of the Essential Skills Cluster statements [NMC, 2006. Advance Information Regarding Essential Skill Clusters for Preregistration Nursing Programmes (NMC Circular 35/2006). NMC, London] and the recently updated Standards to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice [NMC, 2008. Standards to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice: NMC Standards for Mentors, Practice Teachers and Teachers, second ed. NMC, London]. In this paper, we seek to provide a review of the evidence and debate produced thus far surrounding skills acquisition in general and the role of the nurse lecturer in particular from a UK perspective.
|Additional Information:||Full-text of this article is not available in this e-prints service. This article was originally published following peer-review in Nurse Education Today, published by and copyright Elsevier.|
|Divisions:||Faculties > Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care > Department of Nursing|
|Date Deposited:||17 Mar 2010 14:02|
|Last Modified:||01 Sep 2016 14:00|
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