Making a clinical training DVD

Nurses have developed an innovative resource to help boost skills in women's health, writes Melanie Rogers

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Abstract

Over the past 12 years working in general practice as an advanced nurse practitioner (ANP), and ten years involvement in teaching ANPs, I have taken an active interest in women's health; in particular, how problems are assessed, diagnosed and treated in primary care.

This special interest has spurred me, and colleagues within the West Yorkshire region, to develop initiatives aimed at improving clinical competence in women's health and ultimately to improve care offered to patients presenting with gynaecological issues.
Original languageEnglish
Volume2011
No.10
Specialist publicationIndependent Nurse
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2011

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Women's Health
Nurses
Clinical Competence
Nurse Practitioners
Atrial Natriuretic Factor
General Practice
Primary Health Care
Teaching

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