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CPD modules

Assisting nursing students to prepare for a clinical practice placement

  • RCN accredited
  • Peer reviewed
  • Certificate
  • Learning time: 01 hr
  • Last updated: 2020
  • Link to RCNi portfolio

This learning module looks at what nursing students need to know and can do to make sure their clinical practice placements are successful and educational. Thorough preparation and an understanding of the change in learning environment that accompanies a clinical placement are discussed, along with ways student nurses can reduce anxiety and stress, and improve the overall learning experience.

Disclaimer

Please note that information provided by RCNi Learning is not sufficient to ensure competence in the skill. Assessment of competence should take place in line with local practice. Practice should always align with local protocols and procedures, latest guidelines and any regulatory code. All modules should currently be viewed together with available national and local Covid-19 guidelines. For advice, go to www.rcn.org.uk/covid-19/rcn-position

Sam Louise Miller, Practice-based learning facilitator, learning and development, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Portsmouth, England.


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