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Author Scullion, Philip A.
Title Study skills for nursing and midwifery students / Philip A. Scullion and David A. Guest.
Imprint Maidenhead ; New York : Open University, 2007.

Author Scullion, Philip A.
Series Successful studying
Successful studying.
Subject Nursing -- Study and teaching.
Midwifery -- Study and teaching.
Education, Nursing
Midwifery -- education
Alt Name Guest, David A.
Description 1 online resource (viii, 224 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-215) and index.
Contents pt. 1. The student nurse and midwife as a novice learner -- pt. 2. Beginning to develop effective study skills -- pt. 3. Becoming competent : advanced learning for nursing and midwifery students -- pt. 4. Demonstrating proficiency through assessment -- pt. 5. Expertise for success : the lifelong learner in nursing and midwifery.
Note Print version record.
Summary Covers key skills and knowledge needed such as study strategies, reflective practice, critical thinking, evidence-based research, exam techniques, literature searching, and how to succeed in assessments. This book offers a useful course companion for nursing and midwifery students at degree and diploma level, as well as those returning to study.
ISBN 9780335233939 (electronic bk.)
0335233937 (electronic bk.)
9780335222209 (pbk.)
033522220X (pbk.)
0335222218 (hb)
9780335222216 (hb)
ISBN/ISSN 9786611330811
OCLC # 245390673
Additional Format Print version: Scullion, Philip A. Study skills for nursing and midwifery students. Maidenhead ; New York : Open University, 2007 9780335222209 033522220X (OCoLC)171113336

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