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A reflective Reusable Learning Object (RLO) that looks at everyday nursing practices, sharing experiences and building a mask of resilience.
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A co-production project with academic staff and student nurses from the University of Nottingham and The University of Sheffield. Funded by The Burdett Trust for Nursing 2016
Project Team: Dr Julie McGarry, Dr Parveen Ali, Dr Paula McCloskey, Dr Richard Windle, Mike Taylor, Heather Nelson, Charlotte Porter, Louise Kirby, Farrah Amjad, Stacey Lappage, Richard Rawlings, Melanie Walsh, Sarah Kimti, Emily Spears, Joanne Leake, Joshua Morris, Rachel Bademosi, Hannah Dolman.
Project developers: Aaron Fecowycz & Mike Taylor
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