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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Evaluation of Flying Start NHS
Author(s): Banks, Pauline
Kane, Helen
Roxburgh, Michelle
Lauder, William
Jones, Martyn C
Atkinson, John
Kydd, Angela
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Citation: Banks P, Kane H, Roxburgh M, Lauder W, Jones MC, Atkinson J & Kydd A (2010) Evaluation of Flying Start NHS. NHS Education for Scotland (NES).
Keywords: Medical personnel Employment
Medical personnel Vocational guidance
Medical personnel Education
Issue Date: Feb-2010
Publisher: NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
Abstract: Introduction In January 2006 “Flying Start NHS”, a national web-based educational resource to support the transition from student to qualified practitioner for all newly qualified nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (NMAHP) joining NHS Scotland was launched. This report brings together the findings from a two-year evaluation which focussed on the impact and effectiveness of Flying Start NHS in supporting the recruitment, confidence and skills development of newly qualified nurses, midwives and allied health professionals within NHS Scotland. The evaluation was carried out be a research team from the University of the West of Scotland, the University of Stirling, and the University of Dundee.
Type: Research Report
Rights: The publisher has granted permission for use of this research report in this Repository. Evaluation of Flying Start NHS was first published by NHS Education for Scotland (NES).
Affiliation: University of the West of Scotland
University of the West of Scotland
Health Sciences Post Qual - Stirling - LEGACY
Health Sciences Research - Stirling - LEGACY
University of Dundee
University of the West of Scotland
University of the West of Scotland

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