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Nursing & Democratic People's Republic of Korea

This post is one of curiosity and interest in a socialist country that is largely a mystery of what occurs in everyday life. How is the healthcare system, what sort of technology and resources are available, what training do the nurses receive, is it hospital or university based? 308 more words

NNEC2018 Notes & Thoughts (Day 3)

3 days of education theory- lots of ideas, networking and moving into info overload territory.

Session: Building a Culturally Capable Nursing and Midwifery Workforce

Health For All: Inequalities for Indigenous Peoples… 153 more words

NNEC2018 Notes & Thoughts (Day 2)

Session: Changing World, Change in Clinical Practice

Focus: Overcoming the theory-practice gap

Research translation: slow process of change, translation of evidence

Deimplementation of Practice

The transition from hospital nurse education to Tertiary (university) sector. 574 more words

NNEC2018 Notes & Thoughts (Day 1)

Session: Safer Care Victoria

Importance and power of storytelling and the narrative for learning in nursing.

Aims and approaches for safer care:

  1. Targeting zero avoidable harm,
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Blog It: Free Open Access to Nursing Education (#FOANed)

This poster was submitted to the 17th National Nurse Education conference (#NNEC18) and is based around Free Open Access to Nursing education (#FOANed) and specialist online communities of practice (eCOP) that can develop with social media. 247 more words

Person-Centred Care Practice Development in Dementia

Person centred care has been promoted as best practice in dementia care, but the concept is still poorly defined. Four core themes, with the acronym (VIPS), have been described by Brooker (2006): 478 more words