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Nursing and Midwifery Portfolios, 2nd Edition

by: Andre, Kate (Author) | Heartfield, Marie (Author)

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Publisher: Churchill Livingston,15.05.11

Category: NURSING Level:

ISBN: 0729540782
ISBN13: 9780729540780

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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.

Table of Contents
New to This Edition

. New information about e-Portfolios

. A new chapter on Reflection

. Updated regulatory requirements for National registration

. Aligned to NMBA CPD standards

. Greater emphasis on evidence based practice

. Increased use of examples and case studies
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Author Information
By Kate Andre, RN, RM, PhD, MN, BN, FRCNA, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Post Graduate Medicine, Edith Cowan University, Perth Australia and Marie Heartfield, RN, BN (Ed), MNS, PhD, FRCNA, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of South Australia