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Key Concepts in Healthcare Education

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October 2010 | 248 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Key Concepts in Healthcare Education is a guide to the key theories, issues and practical considerations involved in healthcare education in the 21st century. It is aimed at those studying to be educators in both academic and practice settings, as well as supporting the continuing professional development of more experienced lecturers and practice educators. The book can be used as a reference source, a platform for further study and an essential text.

The book comprises 40 succinct chapters each covering a topic and featuring

- a definition of the concept

- key points

- discussion of the main issues

- a case study to illustrate the application to practice, and

- suggestions for further reading.

For those developing or enhancing their knowledge and skills in education and mentorship in healthcare, Key Concepts in Healthcare Education is the ideal companion to learning.

Dorothy Marriss
Academic Staff Development
Janice Gidman
Assessment
Andrew Lovell
Behavioural Learning Theories
Tracey Proctor-Childs
Clinical Competence
Mike Thomas
Cognitive Learning Theories
Helen Cooper
Complexity Theory
Janice Gidman
Curriculum Models and Design
Ann Bryan
Curriculum Planning and Development
Julie Williams
Dealing with Failing and Problem Students
Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead
Diversity and Equality
Jill McCarthy
E-Learning
Andrea McLaughlin
Experiential and Work-Based Learning
Annette McIntosh
Feedback and Marking
Annette McIntosh
Humanist Learning Theories
Wendy Fiander
Information Literacy
Aidan Worsley
Interprofessional Learning
Margaret Andrews
Leadership and Management in Academia
Annette McIntosh
Learning Environments
Moira Hulme and Rob Hulme
Learning Styles
Maureen Wilkins
Management of Modules and Programmes
Peter Bradshaw
Mastery
Morag Gray
Mentorship
Annette Jinks
Partnership Working
Julie Bailey-McHale and Lyz Moore
Peer Support and Observation
Karen Holland
Practice Teaching
Jean Mannix and Annette McIntosh
Problem-Based Learning
Elizabeth Clark and Chris Cox
Professional Accountability
Jane Fox
Quality Assurance and Enhancement
Sue Lillyman
Reflection
Kay Currie, Nicola Andrew and Linda Proudfoot
Research and Scholarly Activity
Sandra Flynn
Role Model
Terry Williams and Dianne Phipps
Service-User and Carer Involvement
Andrea McLaughlin
Simulated Learning and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations
Bernadette Gartside
Specific Learning Needs of Students
Annette McIntosh and Janice Gidman
Student Support
Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead
Study Skills
Tom Mason
Supervizing Masters and PhD Students
Jan Woodhouse
Teaching Strategies
Janice Gidman
Teaching Styles
Julie Bailey-McHale
Transformative Learning

I love this book!! Does exactly what it says it will !! Case studies are really helpful in reinforcing learning

Mrs Nicola Credland
Department of Nursing & Midwifery, Hull University
May 22, 2012

Having shown this to a few of the students on the course they felt that this would not be of benefit to them on this course.

Mrs Sian Sidgwick
School of Health, University of Northampton
May 17, 2012

Provides the adult learner with a comprehensive overview to enhance understanding and is presented in a user friendly format

Ms Noreen Walsh
Primary & Public Health, Anglia Ruskin University
April 14, 2012

Very reliable resource, great for adult learners.

Miss Carmel Parker
Laboratory medine, central manchester university hospitals
April 4, 2012

Not enough students interested in pursuing further studies in the field of nursing education. Thank you

Ms Claire O'Tuathail
Nursing and Midwifery, National University of Ireland, Galway
September 22, 2011

A great source of information in a range of ideas that students will benefit from.

Mr Brian McGowan
Nursing , Ulster University
September 8, 2011

This book indetifies key concepts and then sets about to define then. A case study and further reading is included for each concept allowing the reader to follow up any concepts of interest.

Mrs Naomi Dickie
Radiography, Portsmouth University
August 24, 2011

This is a very good resource for all who are involved in higher or further education. It is ideal for adult students who are studying for Teaching Certificates or Degrees in Education. Each chapter is succinctlyl laid out and guides the reader through the main issues involved in academic study. This book would be a valuable resource for the professional nurse undertaking post-grad professional development in teaching or mentoring.

Mr PETER WALSHAM
Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Pro, Northumbria University
June 2, 2011

Useful book with excellent case studies, which are helpful to formulate discussions.

Mrs Michelle Connell
School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Cumbria
May 13, 2011

Useful reference source for undergrad nurses. Probably better for qualified nurses wanting to develop a teaching role in practice and those beginning as lecturers

Mr Paul Illingworth
School of Nursing Studies, Birmingham City University
May 5, 2011

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