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The shape of learning in pre-registration nurse education: Perceptions of self-direction in nurse educators and undergraduate nursing students (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Pryce-Miller, M. (2016, March). The shape of learning in pre-registration nurse education: Perceptions of self-direction in nurse educators and undergraduate nursing students. Poster presented at The Royal College of Nursing International Education Conference

Changing demands on the nursing workforce in the United Kingdom has led to changes in undergraduate nursing education. Educating adults has to include an element of expected autonomy. But how far can you go, and what do nursing students and educators... Read More about The shape of learning in pre-registration nurse education: Perceptions of self-direction in nurse educators and undergraduate nursing students.

Using systematic reviews to inform nursing practice (2015)
Journal Article
Pryce-Miller, M. (2015). Using systematic reviews to inform nursing practice. Nursing Standard, 29(52), 52-60. https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.29.52.52.e9296

Health care is constantly being reformed to improve the safety and quality of services, and nurses are integral to the provision of this safety and quality. As a result of concerns raised by recent high-profile care failings, there is an expectation... Read More about Using systematic reviews to inform nursing practice.

Developing compassion in pre-registration education (2014)
Journal Article
Pryce-Miller, M., & Emanuel, V. (in press). Developing compassion in pre-registration education. Nursing Times, 110(37), 17-19

Compassion is a fundamental aspect of nursing and student nurses have to be able to demonstrate compassion in practice. Nurse educators in higher education institutions and clinical settings need to work together to prepare and support student nurses... Read More about Developing compassion in pre-registration education.

Creating supportive environments for students (2013)
Journal Article
Emanuel, V., & Pryce-Miller, M. (in press). Creating supportive environments for students. Nursing Times, 109(37), 18-20

Appropriate clinical placements are an essential part of pre-registration nurse education. They provide students with the opportunity to learn practical skills and gain knowledge, so students’ learning is heavily dependent on the quality of support m... Read More about Creating supportive environments for students.

Developing evidence-based practice amongst students (2011)
Journal Article
Emanuel, V., Deignan, L., Pryce-Miller, M., & Day, K. (2011). Developing evidence-based practice amongst students. Nursing Times, 107(49-50), 21-23

In response to government initiatives and the rise in patient empowerment, nurses are increasingly being challenged to deliver high-quality care supported by evidence-based practice. This can be a challenge for nurse educators providing the foundatio... Read More about Developing evidence-based practice amongst students.

Are first year undergraduate student nurses prepared for self-directed learning? (2010)
Journal Article
Pryce-Miller, M. (2010). Are first year undergraduate student nurses prepared for self-directed learning?. Nursing Times, 106(46), 16-18

Abstract BACKGROUND: Changing demands on the nursing workforce have led to considerable changes in undergraduate nurse education. Nurse educators have sought to incorporate self directed learning (SDL) into the curriculum to encourage student nurse... Read More about Are first year undergraduate student nurses prepared for self-directed learning?.

On-going education would boost competency in drug calculations (2010)
Journal Article
Pryce-Miller, M., & Emanuel, V. (2010). On-going education would boost competency in drug calculations. Nursing Times, 106(46), 16-18

Medication errors can have fatal results. Higher education institutes and trusts must continually develop students’ and nurses’ skills, say Maxine Pryce-Miller and Vernel Emanuel

Exploring the factors contributing to drug errors and how to improve knowledge (2009)
Journal Article
Emanuel, V., & Pryce-Miller, M. (2009). Exploring the factors contributing to drug errors and how to improve knowledge. Nursing Times, 105(46), 16-18

Medicines administration is one of the high risk areas for nursing practice and a matter of considerable concern for practitioners, policymakers and the public. Drug errors can lead to devastating consequences for patients and for nurses' careers. It... Read More about Exploring the factors contributing to drug errors and how to improve knowledge.