Addressing learning needs in neonatal care: an overview of resources for self-directed learning

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Abstract

This article explores the rationale behind the need for self-directed learning resources for health professionals working within the neonatal specialty, in the context of current healthcare education. It also discusses what makes a learning tool useful in relation to the facilitation of independent learning. Finally, given that, compared to other areas of health, the range and availability of neonatal-specific learning tools is limited, the paper draws together a pool of accessible educational resources for self-directed learning in neonatal care.
Original languageEnglish
Pages102-107
Volume9
No.3
Specialist publicationInfant
PublisherStandsted News Limited
Publication statusPublished - 15 May 2013

Keywords

  • neonatal education
  • learning resources
  • self-directed learning

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