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October 16, 2018

Using Technology to Engage Nurses in Continuing Education

Last week, I had lunch with several of my educator colleagues who were expressing their frustrations about cell-phone usage in hospital settings. Following that conversation, I decided to look at the evidence. I was shocked to discover that adults living in the United States spend an average of 3-5 hours
October 11, 2018

Care to Learn Podcast Episode 5: Jared Cooney Horvath

In this episode of the Care to Learn Podcast Jared Cooney Horvath, an incredible influencer, neuroscientist, author and teacher, speaks about optimising knowledge translation, the importance of engaging with errors to facilitate learning and much more… Click here to listen to episode 4 of the Care to Learn Podcast.  
October 09, 2018

Developing Successful Mentoring Relationships

Successful mentoring relationships play a key role in ensuring nurses at all stages of their career feel competent and confident in their clinical and non-clinical abilities. But first – What is a Mentoring Relationship? There are many ways to define the role of a mentor and it can often get
October 05, 2018

New LMS Feature: Suggested By Staff

We’re excited to announce that a new planning feature, Suggested By Staff, is now available to all of our LMS customers! This new feature will enable managers and educators to engage in a conversation around learning with their staff. As managers or educators it can be incredibly helpful if staff recommend content that
October 03, 2018

Preceptorship in Nursing – Building Trust to Facilitate Learning

“The role of the preceptor is to provide valuable teaching and learning experiences and to role model safe patient care using evidence-based practice. Preceptors may be working with a nurse in her(his) first job or a nurse with 20 years of experience but is new to the unit.” (Kaur Dusaj