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This presentation aims to examine how a ‘global classroom’ was developed using online technology, to enhance the learning of nursing students in end-of-life care. It presents an account of how this initiative was managed to demonstrate its potential for implementation more widely.
The purpose of this project was to develop, implement, and evaluate a joint EOL care course for nursing students in the US and England taught in a ‘virtual classroom’.
To develop, implement, and evaluate a joint EOL care course for nursing students in the US and England taught in a ‘virtual classroom’.
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