Reflective Reading for Nurses & Midwives

When:
May 7, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
2020-05-07T14:00:00+01:00
2020-05-07T15:00:00+01:00
Where:
eLearning Room
Education Centre
West Middlesex Hospital
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Louise Levitt
0208 321 5968

This session is aimed at nurses and midwives undertaking NMC revalidation by providing attendees with 2.5 hours of valuable CPD!

It will give nurses and midwives the opportunity to read, discuss and to critically reflect upon a published paper using a set of guided questions led by a library facilitator. Participants are required to read a pre-set paper and to make notes using a checklist prior to attending the session (1.5 hours CPD).

The session is not intended to be an appraisal of the quality of the paper, but rather a reflective discussion with colleagues on the issues and topics presented and how they relate to practice (1 hour of CPD). Attendees will receive a certificate of participation and attendance upon completion. Please note that a minimum number of three participants are required for the session to proceed.

Although this session is primarily aimed at individuals undertaking NMC revalidation, it is open to any nurse or midwife who might wish to participate.

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