The utilisation of multimedia in an undergraduate nursing curriculum: a peer and student evaluation

Fiona Everett, Wendy Wright

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The essential nursing skills team of the University of the West of Scotland, Hamilton Campus introduced a contemporary holistic integrated learning and teaching approach in September 2010 to engage students with essential nursing skills (phase I) (Everett and Wright, 2011). This paper will detail the evaluation of how this approach was further developed by the production and introduction of media in the form of a video which students accessed prior to their initial clinical skills laboratory in relation to the measurement and recording of vital signs (T, P, R) (phase II). Utilisation of the video as a learning and teaching resource was then repeated within the clinical skills laboratory. This paper will provide a student and peer evaluation of the utilisation of multimedia and preferred format and recommendations for further development.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event23rd International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference - Robinson College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Duration: 4 Sep 20126 Sep 2012

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Conference23rd International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference
Abbreviated titleNET2012
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityCambridge
Period4/09/126/09/12

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Everett, F., & Wright, W. (2012). The utilisation of multimedia in an undergraduate nursing curriculum: a peer and student evaluation. Paper presented at 23rd International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Everett, Fiona ; Wright, Wendy. / The utilisation of multimedia in an undergraduate nursing curriculum: a peer and student evaluation. Paper presented at 23rd International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
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2012. Paper presented at 23rd International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

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