Michelle is a senior lecturer with a particular research interest in person centred care and partnership working. Her recent publications have explored how person centred care is delivered and experienced by the individual. Michelle is the Chair of the College Ethical Approval Panel for taught programmes and also leads the project management and methods of enquiry module. Lyn is an expert in work based learning and the use of multi-media blended learning approaches.
Journal of Nursing Regulation Nurse Education Today is the leading international journal providing a forum for the publication of high quality original research, review and debate in the discussion of nursing, midwifery and interprofessional health care education, publishing papers which contribute to the advancement of educational Read more Nurse Education Today is the leading international journal providing a forum for the publication of high quality original research, review and debate in the discussion of nursing, midwifery and interprofessional health care education, publishing papers which contribute to the advancement of educational theory and pedagogy that support the evidence-based practice for educationalists worldwide.
The journal stimulates and values critical scholarly debate on issues that have strategic relevance for leaders of health care education.
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The journal employs a double blind peer review process for all submissions and its current Impact Factor is 2.This systematic review examines literature on simulation outcomes in nursing education from the years Systematic review of the literature on simulation in nursing education.
Norman J(1). Author information: (1)Grambling State University, Louisiana, USA. [email protected] Simulation-based learning is an educational intervention which creates an environment that is conducive to experiential learning.
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Systematic review of the literature on simulation in nursing education. ABNF J. ; 23(2) (ISSN: ) Norman J. Simulation-based learning is an educational intervention which creates an environment that is conducive to experiential learning.
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