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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Evaluation of the Learnbloodtransfusion education programme: Module 1 Safe Transfusion Practice
Author(s): Smith, Annetta
Jepson, Ruth
Atherton, Iain
Doi, Larry
Gray, Alexandra
Pirie, Elizabeth
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Citation: Smith A, Jepson R, Atherton I, Doi L, Gray A & Pirie E (2011) Evaluation of the Learnbloodtransfusion education programme: Module 1 Safe Transfusion Practice. Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service.
Keywords: Safe Transfusion Practice
Module one
Transfusion education
Time lapse
On-line learning
Blood transfusion
Issue Date: 2011
Date Deposited: 17-Sep-2012
Abstract: This report is an evaluation of theLearnbloodtransfusion (LBT) module 1 Safe Transfusion Practice. It relates findings from a survey and in-depth interviews carried out with module participants. Participants’ knowledge of blood transfusions was tested, views were sought on transfusion practice and perceptions of module 1 were investigated. Those who took module 1 recently were compared with those who were at different time points post module, and comparisons were made between those that had done the eLearning version of module 1 with participants who had taken module 1 face-to-face.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Commissioned by Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service
Affiliation: Health Sciences Research - Stirling - LEGACY
Health Sciences Stirling
Health Sciences Research - Highland - LEGACY
Health Sciences Research - Stirling - LEGACY
Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service
Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service

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