TITLE

The development and evaluation of a holistic needs assessment and care planning learning package targeted at cancer nurses in the UK

AUTHOR(S)
Henry, R.; Hartley, B.; Simpson, M.; Doyle, N.
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Ecancermedicalscience;2014, Vol. 8 Issue 413-446, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A project team from the United Kingdom Oncology Nursing Society developed a blended e-learning website to facilitate nurses to further develop their confidence and competencies in a range of skills related to assessing the holistic needs of people with cancer. The project team identified three areas which were integral to an holistic needs assessment (HNA) implementation project. These were project support information, project management skills, and practical competencies delivered in a blended e-learning package containing a series of accessible video presentations, supporting documents, and practical activities. The team worked with internal and external partners to ensure that a robust and inspiring programme was created. www.hnaforcancer.com was launched in October 2012 as a blended learning programme that incorporates e-learning on core subjects. These subjects are packaged as videoed presentations with supporting learning material and can be accessed via the UKONS website. By the end of the programme participants were equipped to identify and explore the essential requirements for HNA and care planning, more able to recognise potential need, and initiate care to prevent or minimise the risk of complications. Participants had also developed confidence and competency in new skills, including basic project management.
ACCESSION #
97255392

 

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