Work-based learning with staff in an acute care environment: a project review and evaluation, Mental Health Practice 2009 Jul; 12(10): 31-5
Kemp P; Rooks J; Mess L
Principal lecturer, London South Bank University
A team of nurses working in an acute setting took part in a project to enhance their clinical skills. They were able to reflect more deeply on their work and adopt the principles of cognitive therapy into their everyday interactions with service users. Participants felt that they acquired a wider range of therapeutic communication skills, which gave them more options in problem solving and in responding in clinical situations.
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