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A Healthcare Network Approach

  • Sally Glen
  • Iain McA Ledingham
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Part of the Nurse Education in Practice book series (NEP)

Abstract

Towards the end of 1996, an opportunity presented itself to the University of Dundee to lay the foundation of an exciting, far-sighted and educationally sound collaborative education programme in healthcare practice, which included the establishment of a Healthcare Learning Network. This concept is based on the premise that knowledge development and acquisition are no longer bound by place and time but occur at any time and from any place (Figure5.1).

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© Sally Glen and Iain McA Ledingham 1999

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  • Sally Glen
  • Iain McA Ledingham

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