This book is the first to provide students with information and guidance in understanding the theory and processes of Problem-Based Learning/Enquiry-Based Learning within health care contexts. It provides a succinct, accessible summary of theory, before guiding the reader through the stages of an inquiry, using illustrations and case studies to help the student gather and analyse information. Featuring wide-ranging 'how-to' examples drawn from different fields of nursing, this text gives the student advice on practice observation, interviews, library searches and using the internet. It is an essential study guide for all pre- and post-qualifying nurses using PBL/EBL.
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(235mm x 155mm x 14mm)
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Author Biography - Bob Price
Bob Price is based at the RCN and a well known and respected authority on nurse education. He is currently Lecturer in Distance Learning and Programme Director MSc in Nursing at the RCN Institute. Previously he was Principal Lecturer in Nursing (Distance Learning) at South Bank University and Vice Principal in Cancer Nurse Education at the Royal Marsden Hospital. He has ten years experience of designing and writing accessible open learning texts and was one of the team of four who set up the then Nursing Times Conversion Programme for Enrolled Nurses. In more recent years, he has introduced PBL into a distance learning undergraduate nursing programme, and is a contributor to Problem-Based Learning in Nursing