Being an E learner in Health and Social Care

Being. an. E-learner. in. Health. and. Social. Care. E-learning is a new, exciting and increasingly popular way of learning for health and social care professionals, both in the pre- and post-qualification stages.

Author: Julie Santy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134144594

Category: Medical

Page: 192

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E-learning is a new, exciting and increasingly popular way of learning for health and social care professionals, both in the pre- and post-qualification stages. However, many people are apprehensive about what it involves and whether they will be able to study effectively in this way. This book is designed to help students and their tutors to become acquainted with the issues and methods around being an online learner in health and social care. It gives practical advice and provides guidance on developing skills and attitudes for successful online learning within health and social care. Based on the authors’ experience of teaching online, the book includes numerous tips and case studies. Topics discussed include: skills and responsibilities for successful online learning the virtual learning environment and using online resources clinical, professional and communication skills online assessment and evaluation. Being an E-learner in Health and Social Care is essential reading for all students undertaking online courses or continuing professional development in nursing, public health, social work, social care and health psychology.

Being an E learner in Health and Social Care

This book is designed to help students and their tutors to become acquainted with the issues and methods around being an online learner in health and social care.

Author: Julie Santy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134144587

Category: Social Science

Page: 192

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E-learning is a new, exciting and increasingly popular way of learning for health and social care professionals, both in the pre- and post-qualification stages. However, many people are apprehensive about what it involves and whether they will be able to study effectively in this way. This book is designed to help students and their tutors to become acquainted with the issues and methods around being an online learner in health and social care. It gives practical advice and provides guidance on developing skills and attitudes for successful online learning within health and social care. Based on the authors’ experience of teaching online, the book includes numerous tips and case studies. Topics discussed include: skills and responsibilities for successful online learning the virtual learning environment and using online resources clinical, professional and communication skills online assessment and evaluation. Being an E-learner in Health and Social Care is essential reading for all students undertaking online courses or continuing professional development in nursing, public health, social work, social care and health psychology.

Study Skills for Social Workers

Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Dolowitz, D., Buckler, S. and Sweeney, F. (2008) Researching Online. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Santy, J. and Smith, L. (2007) Being an E-learner in Health and Social Care. Abingdon: Routledge.

Author: Christine Stogdon

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781847874566

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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Study Skills for Social Workers offers an accessible insight into the practical use of skills for study in a professional social work context. Engaging with students on their journey through the undergraduate or postgraduate qualifying course, it uses relevant case material from academic and social work perspectives to demonstrate the connection between study and practice.

BTEC First Health and Social Care Level 2 Assessment Guide Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development Unit 2 Health and Social Care Values

Learner answer In a day nursery, if health and social care workers are effective in maintaining confidentiality then ... If the correct staff are not working with children then this can lead to the children's emotional needs not being ...

Author: Ian Gunn

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444189704

Category: Medical

Page: 128

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Take the guesswork out of BTEC assessment with sample student work and assessor feedback for all pass, merit and distinction criteria. By focusing on assessment this compact guide leads students through each pass, merit and distinction criterion by clearly showing them what they are required to do. - Helps your students tackle the new exam with confidence, with mock examination questions together with answers and feedback provided. - Provides a sample student answer for every single pass, merit and distinction criterion, together with detailed assessor's comments on how work can be improved, so that students know exactly what their work needs to show to hit their grade target - Saves you time - realistic model assignments are included and provide an opportunity to generate all evidence, with each criterion and grade clearly indicated, so there is no need to rewrite yet more assignment briefs - Use instead of a textbook - detailed revision-style summaries of all the learning aims from the unit support students, allowing them to quickly find the facts and ideas they will need for their assessment - Enables you to customise your course - combine this guide with others in the series so you only pay for the units you deliver

Professional Portfolios E Book

Stroke patients entering nursing home care: a content analysis of discharge letters. Clinical Rehabilation 16 (7), 736–740. Santy, J., Smith, L., 2007. Being an e-learner in health and social care: a students guide. Routledge, New York.

Author: Kate Andre

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780729580786

Category: Medical

Page: 168

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The implementation of National registration requires Australian and New Zealand Nurses and Midwives to perform annual Continuing Professional Development. They must also document evidence of skills acquisition, activities, reflection, identification and prioritisation of their learning needs in a portfolio. With the global trend towards e-Portfolios, many higher education institutions encourage the use of e-Portfolios as a tool to enhance learning and demonstrate career development. Nursing and Midwifery Portfolios: evidence of continuing competence 2e has been thoroughly revised with a focus on e-Portfolios to provide tools to structure, reflect, plan, develop and communicate professional achievements for nurses and midwives. A new chapter on Reflection highlights the value of including reflection within portfolios as a critical element towards addressing learning needs for individuals. Australian and New Zealand regulatory frameworks: By providing direct application to the local regulatory context, including applied examples, this book gives the reader the opportunity to understand the perspective of their local regulator – thus assisting them in producing a product that addresses the needs of the regulator. A range of portfolio approaches: Through understanding a range of portfolio approaches, the reader can gauge which approach best meets their needs. Examination of the nature and role of evidence: This assists the reader to understand the need for a range of evidence and how the different types of evidence contribute specific aspects necessary to substantiate the broader argument of competence. Through the use of quality evidence, the reader can compile a more compact but effective portfolio. Performance and career planning: The direct link made in this book between portfolios, performance and career planning means that the value of this book extends beyond being a tool for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Rather this text is designed to assist a range of clinicians and managers, in assisting them either plan their own careers, or influence others in developing careers inline with the future needs of their organisation. Primary market: Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery students Secondary markets: Practicing Registered Nurses and Midwives. Also applicable to other health science students undertaking courses leading to regulated health professions.

BTEC First Health and Social Care Level 2 Assessment Guide Unit 8 Individual Rights in Health and Social Care

In the learner's answer we would expect to see a short review of all the individual rights, with each one related to health and social care. The rights are to be respected, treated as an individual, treated with dignity, ...

Author: Elizabeth Rasheed

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444189889

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 56

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Take the guesswork out of BTEC assessment with sample student work and assessor feedback for all pass, merit and distinction criteria. By focusing on assessment this compact guide leads students through each pass, merit and distinction criterion by clearly showing them what they are required to do. - Provides a sample student answer for every single pass, merit and distinction criterion, together with detailed assessor's comments on how work can be improved, so that students know exactly what their work needs to show to hit their grade target - Saves you time - realistic model assignments are included and provide an opportunity to generate all evidence, with each criterion and grade clearly indicated, so there is no need to rewrite yet more assignment briefs - Use instead of a textbook - detailed revision-style summaries of all the learning aims from the unit support students, allowing them to quickly find the facts and ideas they will need for their assessment - Enables you to customise your course - combine this guide with others in the series so you only pay for the units you deliver

Practice Based Learning in Nursing Health and Social Care Mentorship Facilitation and Supervision

Learners with sight impairment may also find it more effective to have a support worker to scan documents for key information requested by the learner or to translate diagrammatic or electronic information into written material, ...

Author: Ian Scott

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118488195

Category: Medical

Page: 240

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Work-based learning facilitation, mentoring and coaching are allintegral to the healthcare professions. Practice Based Learningin Nursing, Health and Social Care promotes effectiveprofessional learning in the workplace and helps healthcareprofessionals to develop, enhance, reflect on and change theirpractice and perceptions of mentoring, facilitating, andsupervision. Aimed at the health and social care practitioner who is involvedin facilitating learning, teaching and assessing learners inpractice, this essential, comprehensive text explores several keythemes, including: - The nature of facilitating (coaching, supervision, mentoring)within professional contexts - Learning in communities of practice - Becoming an effective facilitator/mentor - Understand and supporting work-based learning - Managing the unusual, such as failing learners or thosewith special needs - Giving and documenting feedback - Managing workloads in busy environments - Professional development issues Special features: A clear, accessible guide for new and experienced practiceeducators/facilitators alike A comprehensive, applied text for practitioners of all levelsof experience in facilitation and supervision Written by authors with extensive experience in thefield Uniquely focuses on the professional development of thementor/facilitator themselves Provides case studies throughout showing illustrating commonissues and how to engage in formal theories of professionalpractice Multiprofessional focus - aimed at all health and social carepractitioners

BTEC First Health and Social Care Level 2 Assessment Guide Unit 3 Effective Communication in Health and Social Care

Assessor report: The learner has made a good start in explaining advantages and disadvantages of non-verbal communication. They have made reference to both one-to-one (a) and group interactions (b) to support their explanation.

Author: Elizabeth Rasheed

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444189735

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 56

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Take the guesswork out of BTEC assessment with sample student work and assessor feedback for all pass, merit and distinction criteria. By focusing on assessment this compact guide leads students through each pass, merit and distinction criterion by clearly showing them what they are required to do. - Provides a sample student answer for every single pass, merit and distinction criterion, together with detailed assessor's comments on how work can be improved, so that students know exactly what their work needs to show to hit their grade target - Saves you time - realistic model assignments are included and provide an opportunity to generate all evidence, with each criterion and grade clearly indicated, so there is no need to rewrite yet more assignment briefs - Use instead of a textbook - detailed revision-style summaries of all the learning aims from the unit support students, allowing them to quickly find the facts and ideas they will need for their assessment - Enables you to customise your course - combine this guide with others in the series so you only pay for the units you deliver

Education for Sustainable Development Goals

Table 1.2.3. Learning objectives for SDG 3 “Good Health and Well-Being” Cognitive learning objectives 1. The learner knows ... their family and others, including considering volunteer or professional work in health and social care.

Author: Rieckmann, Marco

Publisher: UNESCO Publishing

ISBN: 9789231002090

Category:

Page: 62

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EBOOK Workplace Learning in Health and Social Care A Student s Guide

The topic and themes in this book will help healthcare workers become energized, reflective learners who are better placed to provide effective person-centred care. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30 1 2 3 4 ...

Author: Carolyn Jackson

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335239771

Category: Medical

Page: 216

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"A really positive and timely text, which contributes to the evidence base and prepares and supports the health and social care student for the challenges of the modern workplace. I highly recommend it." British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, May 2011 "This book is clear, concise and makes for easy reading throughout ... It provides some great tips on learning within a work environment in addition to an excellent chapter on learning styles that any student could benefit from. The book is bursting with helpful knowledge on formulating action plans, working with mentors, personal development plans and the importance of career planning … Its concepts are useable and applicable to all student nurses." Laura Carter, Student Nurse, Kingston University, UK "A good, comprehensive addition to any student nurses collection! The book is laid out in a clear, logical manner which is easy to read whilst covering the most important points ... [It will be] particularly beneficial to those considering applying for jobs as it explains the Knowledge and Skills framework and how this can be used in practice as well as giving tips on filling in application forms, completing CV’s and how to be successful in an interview … A valuable resource for any student currently studying a course related to health and social care." Ashley Malone, Student, Queen's University Belfast This practical book is an essential student guide to getting the most out of your work based learning (WBL) experiences in health and social care settings. The book is designed to help you understand the different aspects of WBL and how it links to your foundation degree, lifelong learning and your own individual personal development. The book: Provides practical strategies and exercises to strengthen your capacity to learn at work and reflect on your own personal and professional development goals Shows you how to develop relationships with your employers and key members of your multi-disciplinary team Explores how you can demonstrate evidence of learning in the workplace in your PDP and portfolio Includes real life quotes and tips from healthcare students undertaking WBL as part of a foundation degree, so you can learn from their experiences Workplace Learning in Health and Social Care is ideal for foundation degree students as well as health care workers, health care assistants and assistant practitioners. Contributors: Jane Abbott, Tom Aird, Jayne Crow, Peter Ellis, Mary Northrop, Helen O'Keefe, Barbara Workman