Teaching

Infusing informatics into interprofessional education: the iTEAM (Interprofessional Technology Enhanced Advanced practice Model) project.

Publication Date: 
Jun 19, 2014

The iTEAM goal is to prepare advanced practice nurses, physicians and pharmacists with the interprofessional (IP) core competencies (informatics, patient centric, quality-focused, evidence based care) to provide technology enhanced collaborative care by: offering technology enhanced learning oppo

How to improve the teaching of urine microscopy.

Publication Date: 
Mar 23, 2007

BACKGROUND: Urinary microscopy is difficult to teach. This paper describes a 1-day course on urine microscopy, which was based on both theoretical and practical sessions at the microscope, during which real urine samples were examined.

Clinical photography and patient rights: the need for orthopraxy.

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Publication Date: 
Jan 31, 2008

The increasing use of digital image recording devices, whether they are digital cameras or mobile phone cameras, has democratised clinical photography in the UK.

The role of mobile electronic devices in radiographer education.

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Nov 04, 2010

BACKGROUND: Students commonly use mobile electronic devices (MEDs) for everyday activities such as e-mailing, texting, talking and playing. Students' familiarity with these devices may make it beneficial for educators to use MEDs to enhance classroom teaching and clinical learning.

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