Implementing Inquiry-Based Learning in Nursing

Implementing Inquiry-Based Learning in Nursing

Implementing Inquiry-Based Learning in Nursing

Implementing Inquiry-Based Learning in Nursing

Synopsis

Inquiry-based learning is an educational approach particularly well suited to the training of nurses. The author explains how to implement an inquiry-based learning curriculum for pre-registration students which works for both students & staff.

Excerpt

Dankay Cleverly is the Inquiry-Based Learning Coordinator for the pre-registration nursing curriculum at Anglia Polytechnic University, and Head of the Life and Social Sciences Division in the School of Health Care Practice. She has professional qualifications in both nursing and education and has been involved in curriculum development for more than a decade.

Her work with inquiry-based learning extends to: a postgraduate module Facilitating Inquiry-Based Learning for which she is a facilitator; presenting papers at conferences and seminars locally, nationally and internationally; and external consultancy on implementing inquiry-based learning.

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