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Exploring Practice Templates Enhancing Thinking and Writing in Nursing


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Exploring Practice Templates Enhancing Thinking and Writing in Nursing

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Bob will share some usable tips on critical thinking - designed especially for nursing students.

Critical thinking and writing are central to effective nursing practice.

Written specifically for nursing students, this book, and accompanying event offers practical guidance on what it means to think critically as a nurse and how to apply this to study and practice.

From critically reviewing literature for assessments to evaluating evidence to support decision-making in practice, the event provides a unique framework for developing essential critical skills.


Exploring Practice Templates Enhancing Thinking and Writing in Nursing

By Bob Price
Bob Price is a healthcare education and training consultant. Formerly, he was Director, Postgraduate Awards in Advancing Healthcare Practice at the Open University. A passionate educator, Bob has assisted students at every level from pre-registration programmes of study up to and including Doctor of Philosophy. Bob's doctoral thesis was on the negotiation of learning and strategies used by students and tutors to develop scholarly and professional forms of expression.

Exploring Practice Templates Enhancing Thinking and Writing in Nursing

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