The Way Forward
‘fitness for purpose’
the need to balance academic and clinical needs
the need to re-conceptualise the role of the nurse lecturer
the need to equip nurses with the knowledge, attitude and skills necessary for life-long learning
the demands for multiprofessional education and practice
the influence of IT on clinical skills teaching and learning.
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