A systematic review to appraise the evidence relating to the impact and effects of formal continuing professional education on professional practice

@article{Sykes2012ASR,
  title={A systematic review to appraise the evidence relating to the impact and effects of formal continuing professional education on professional practice},
  author={H. Sykes and J. Temple},
  journal={Journal of Nursing Education and Practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={194}
}
The literature relating to post-registration education showed that registered nurses demand higher education in order to keep up with pre-registrants. The systematic review of the literature also suggested that registered nurses undertake higher education for personal reward but that it may have no direct benefit to patient care. This review was undertaken as part of an MSc in Health and Social Care Education. The review included 21 papers on registered nurses who had completed individual… Expand
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