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Diploma to degree 1976 to 1993
The debate on degree education for radiographers began in earnest in the mid-1970s. Initially the debate hinged around whether a degree education was necessary for radiographers. One argument was that it was felt that a ...
Traditional, alternative and innovative approaches to health promotion for children and young people
This article considers the health promotion role of children’s nurses and its relevance to children and young people. Definitions are presented and it is shown how traditional, alternative and innovative approaches may be ...
The importance of staff support in the provision of emotionally sensitive care
(Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2009)
The perceived effectiveness of peer observation on scenario based training in 3rd year Nursing and Midwifery pre registration students.
Introduction: Learning through observation has been used to teach clinical skills in nurse education, and it has been identified that students will learn both in active participation and as observers. ( Jeffries, 2005 and ...
Involving children in research
Children and young people should be involved in the research process when the findings could affect them. It is important to use research tools that will facilitate their engagement as they can offer valuable contributions ...
Prospective blinded comparison of surface versus wire electromyographic analysis of muscle recruitment in shoulder instability
This pilot study assesses level of agreement between surface and fine-wire electromyography (EMG), in order to establish if surface is as reliable as fine wire in the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal muscle patterning ...
Skills benefits of advanced simulation training
The phrase 'practice makes perfect' is mainly used for practical skills acquisition. The ambulance staff training curriculum has always had a strong emphasis on skills development. While the simplest technology may be used ...
The Effect of Agenda for Change on the Career Progression of the Radiographic Workforce 2009
(Society and College of Radiographers, 2009)
Simulation: making pharmacology 'real' to bioscience students
Traditionally, pharmacology has been taught to bioscience students through screen-based simulation applications, or discussion of case scenarios or clinical applications in lectures and workshops. However, this year, we ...
A pilot simulation-based theatre team training course to improve patient safety
We are about to start running scenario-based simulation sessions for the CPD of clinical teams from the local acute care NHS Trusts. A pilot session for theatre teams was organised to determine the participants’ views about ...