Using Work-Based Learning to Enable Practice Development

Belinda Dewar, Ria Tocher, Wendy Watson

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

Involvement of service users, including relatives must be a priority on the political agenda if we are to move some way towards meeting the needs of older people to provide high quality services. The evidence indicates that there are many barriers to effective implementation of satisfactory involvement which include lack of an agreed definition of involvement, attitudes of staff, power relations, and communication.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe Foundation of Nursing Studies
Commissioning bodyThe Foundation of Nursing Studies
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameFoundation of Nursing Studies Dissemination Series
PublisherThe Foundation of Nursing Studies
No.3
Volume2

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Dewar, B., Tocher, R., & Watson, W. (2003). Using Work-Based Learning to Enable Practice Development. (Foundation of Nursing Studies Dissemination Series; Vol. 2, No. 3). The Foundation of Nursing Studies.
Dewar, Belinda ; Tocher, Ria ; Watson, Wendy. / Using Work-Based Learning to Enable Practice Development. The Foundation of Nursing Studies, 2003. 4 p. (Foundation of Nursing Studies Dissemination Series; 3).
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