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  • Background<Br/>Clinical Supervision Takes Place Once The Newly Qualified Nurse Is Employed In Clinic
  • However
  • Often The Variety And Diversity Of Nursing Jobs Can Result In A Hit And Miss Delivery Of Supervision
  • By Introducing Training Uniformly At Undergraduate Stage A More Seamless Transition May Occur (Mccol
  • Rice C
  • 2012)
  • <Br/>There Is An Increased Interest In Higher Education In The Use Of Online Learning Resources For
  • As Part Completion Of A Dnp An App
  • For Training Students In Clinical Supervision Was Developed
  • <Br/><Br/>Aim<Br/>The Creation Of A Clinical Supervision Training App
  • For Use In Undergraduate Nursing
  • <Br/><Br/>Objectives<Br/>• To Develop A Teaching Tool That Is Up To Date
  • Current And Easily Accessible To Students
  • <Br/>• To Introduce Supervision Training For Undergraduate Nursing Students <Br/>• To Motivate T
  • <Br/>Approach<Br/>Stage 1<Br/>In 2010/11 Informal Inquiries With Senior Nurses Regarding The Introdu
  • <Br/>Stage 3<Br/>Template Production Of Teaching Tool
  • <Br/>Stage 4<Br/>Collaboration With A Computer Technician To Transfer Multimedia Outputs Onto An App
  • <Br/>Stage 5<Br/>App
  • Piloted With Lecturers (N=4) And Post Registration Students (N=20)
  • <Br/>Stage 6<Br/>Minor Alterations Made To App
  • Design Template<Br/>Stage 7<Br/>App
  • Included In An Experimental Study Looking At Online Learning Versus Blended Learning June 2013 (N=61
  • N=63)<Br/><Br/>Conclusion<Br/><Br/>A Collaborative Approach To The Development Of Any Educational Pr
  • The End Result Is That This App
  • Could Be: <Br/>• Made Available To Nurses In The Uk
  • <Br/>• Adapted To Suit Other Healthcare Professionals And Students
  • <Br/>• Used As A Prototype For Other Healthcare Related Subjects
  • <Br/><Br/>Mccolgan K
  • Rice C
  • (2012) An Online Training Resource For Clinical Supervision
  • Nursing Standard
  • 26(24) 35-39
  • <Br/>Mccutcheon K
  • (2013) Development Of A Multi-Media Book For Clinical Supervision Training In An Undergraduate Nursi
  • Journal Of Nursing Education And Practice
  • 3(5) 31-38
  • <Br/>
  • Economics


LET US TAKE YOU HIGHER INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTUS I chose to study Pharmacy at Queen’s because of its excellent reputation and high ranking status in the UK. I was attracted to study at the University by the impressive Lanyon Building campus – which has a great heritage and is a stunning landmark – and also by the low cost of living in Northern Ireland, which is much cheaper than the rest of the UK. I am having a lot of fun studying at Queen’s. The lecturers and tutors are very friendly and approachable. There are five other students from Asia in my class, and this mix of nationalities and local students provides an excellent opportunity to improve my English- speaking skills. For video clips of Queen’s and to hear what our students have to say, go to Name: Teck Kiong Wong From: Malaysia Studying: Pharmacy, second year (INTO Progression student) INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTUS 2014 | Queen’s University Belfast 2 CHOOSE QUEEN’S We have 17,000 students from over 80 countries, 3,500 staff and 100,000 graduates worldwide. We are a leading research-intensive university in the UK with a heritage dating back over 150 years. A Russell Group university: one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities Ranked 26 in the UK, “Queen’s enjoys a reputation as Ireland’s Oxbridge” (Sunday Times University Guide 2013) Ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2013) Ranked 12th in the UK for student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2013) Ranked 17 in the UK for graduate employment, 83% of Queen’s students are in graduate-level jobs “immediately on leaving” (Sunday Times University Guide 2013) Five consecutive Times Higher Education Awards (2008–2012), including Entrepreneurial University of the Year 2009 Lowest cost of living in the UK ( 2012) Safest region in the UK (British Crime Survey 2011) FOR FURTHER INFORMATION | 3 Students make the difference

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