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Experiences with radiographic simulation software, student evaluation and an overview of simulation strategies for learning: A work in progress (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Stewart, R. (2015, June). Experiences with radiographic simulation software, student evaluation and an overview of simulation strategies for learning: A work in progress. Presented at UK Radiological Conference

Experiences with radiographic simulation software within UWE 2014-2015. Student evaluation and an overview of simulation research by students. Strategies for learning

Educational value of TeleHERMES software within a post graduate nuclear medicine programme: Initial findings and future considerations (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Griffiths, M., Hodgkinson, M., Bloomer, S., Stewart, R., & Dawson, G. (2011, May). Educational value of TeleHERMES software within a post graduate nuclear medicine programme: Initial findings and future considerations. Paper presented at British Nuclear Medicine Society Spring Meeting

Overview A blended and workbase approach to learning provides Nuclear Medicine Practitioners (NMPs) with an ideal opportunity to cement core skills and acquire the necessary experience that permits movement into developing areas of practice. The Un... Read More about Educational value of TeleHERMES software within a post graduate nuclear medicine programme: Initial findings and future considerations.

Evaluating the fundamental qualities of a nuclear medicine radiographer for the provision of an optimal clinical service (2010)
Journal Article
Griffiths, M., King, S., Stewart, R., & Dawson, G. (2010). Evaluating the fundamental qualities of a nuclear medicine radiographer for the provision of an optimal clinical service. Radiography, 16(3), 238-243. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2009.12.005

The developing nature of nuclear medicine practice highlights the need for an evaluation of the fundamental qualities of a Radiographer working within this discipline. Existing guidelines appear to be in place for clinical technologists working withi... Read More about Evaluating the fundamental qualities of a nuclear medicine radiographer for the provision of an optimal clinical service.

Using web-based technology to develop a new approach to learning and assessment in nuclear medicine education: initial findings (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Griffiths, M., Dawson, G., & Stewart, R. (2010, April). Using web-based technology to develop a new approach to learning and assessment in nuclear medicine education: initial findings. Presented at British Nuclear Medicine Society Spring Meeting

Research aims: Evaluate the role and educational value of web-based technology for the delivery and assessment of a post-graduate nuclear medicine programme. Develop a blended learning approach and asynchronous peer sup- port methods for students, pr... Read More about Using web-based technology to develop a new approach to learning and assessment in nuclear medicine education: initial findings.

Help is just a text away: The use of short message service texting to provide an additional means of support for health care students during practice placements (2010)
Journal Article
Young, P., Moore, E., Griffiths, G., Raine, R., Stewart, R., Cownie, M., & Frutos-Perez, M. (2010). Help is just a text away: The use of short message service texting to provide an additional means of support for health care students during practice placements. Nurse Education Today, 30(2), 118-123. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2009.06.010

This article discusses the findings from a pilot study using short message service (SMS) texting to provide an additional means of support for health care students in practice placements. Pre-registration students were recruited students from 2nd yea... Read More about Help is just a text away: The use of short message service texting to provide an additional means of support for health care students during practice placements.