Knowledge Management

“Knowledge itself is power” Knowledge management (KM) “is the process of creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization. It refers to a multidisciplinary approach to achieve organisational objectives by making the best use of knowledge” (Wikipedia, 2020). Questions for the Healthcare Team or Organisation How is knowledge captured? Is anything missed? How is knowledge…

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The Science and Art of Nursing

The challenge for nurse training is balancing the historical ‘handmaiden’ viewpoint of the nurse with theoretical concepts and scientific research (evidence based practice). Delivering empathetic holistic care and ensuring evidence based practice is delivered is a quite a challenge. What is the impact of national standardised practice, can one standard really be best practice across…

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Nursing Education Network Presentations

Here is the playlist for all presentations to date. Remember its a work in progress so they will increase in number, and hopefully in quality and presenting skills over time. They are based around microlearning so are perfect for on the go learning. If you go to the original post for each recording, the presentation…

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Intended Learning Outcomes

Introduce and provide an overview of intended learning outcomes (ILOS’s): Describe what are ILO’s Purpose of ILO’s Provide example of ILO’s This presentation supplements a previous post on Intended Learning Outcomes.

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Nursing Education Network Stats 2018

As part of open access and the #FOANed community, here is a summary of this blogs yearly stats (ending Dec 7, 2018). Thank you to everyone who follows and supports this site.   Views by Countries (Top 12) In this one year period there were visitors from 144 different countries.   Views by Post (Top 12)  Views…

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Life Connected: Creating a Blog in Nursing

This blog is 18 months old, has 170 posts and increasing numbers of visitors so it’s going well in its little niche area of nurse educator resources. The ‘we’ has become ‘me’ in the last 12 months due to other work commitments, training and exams for my co-creator. So here are a few things I…

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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. The blog metrics to measure the global reach of Nursing Education Network, are a method for showing the impact of…

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Nursing Education Network 1 Year Birthday

12 months into the experience of blogging, I thought a summary using visualisation would befit the micro-learning approach. There are many tools to create free infographics so just do an internet search and play around with the software to see what suits your needs. The blog remains open access using creative commons licence and also…

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