Assessment - Making it Matter

Joanne Cleary-Holdforth

Dublin City University

Ms. Joanne Cleary-HoldforthRGN, RM, Cert in Renal Nursing, BSc (Hons), MSc (Hons), PG Diploma in ThirdLevel Learning & Teaching, Certificate in EBP Mentorship (ASU), PhD candidate (DCU).The authors are both Lecturers in Nursing in Dublin City University. Jointly they have devoted considerable effort in exploring factors influencing the teaching and learning experience of students both in academic and clinical practice settings. This includes aspects such as the delivery of safe, essential nursing care incorporating robust medication management practices and utilising best available evidence to maximise patient outcomes. They share a strong interest in Evidence Based Practice and the promotion of safe, high quality care delivery. Together they have numerous publications and conference presentations (national and international) on their shared areas of interest where their research endeavours are ongoing.

Therese Leufer

Dublin City University

Dr. Therese Leufer, EdD, MA HEd, PG Dip HE, FHEA (UK), BSc (Hons), RGN, RNT, Certificate in EBP Mentorship (ASU).The authors are both Lecturers in Nursing in Dublin City University. Jointly they have devoted considerable effort in exploring factors influencing the teaching and learning experience of students both in academic and clinical practice settings. This includes aspects such as the delivery of safe, essential nursing care incorporating robust medication management practices and utilising best available evidence to maximise patient outcomes. They share a strong interest in Evidence Based Practice and the promotion of safe, high quality care delivery. Together they have numerous publications and conference presentations (national and international) on their shared areas of interest where their research endeavours are ongoing.

Abstract

Background Assessment can serve as a potent driving force behind students’ learning, including their approach and motivation. Educators often grapple with the ‘best’ way to assess their modules to demonstrate that their... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Joanne Cleary-Holdforth (Dublin City University)
  2. Therese Leufer (Dublin City University)

Topic Area

Topics: Innovations in research methodology, education or clinical practice

Session

E2 » Education 2 (14:00 - Thursday, 10th November, Seminar Room 0.30)

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