Study Skills for Health and Social Care Students
SAGE Study Skills Series
Health and Social Care | Nursing Research Methods | Study Skills
Claire Craig introduces all the skills necessary to bridge the gap between study and practice, with a strong focus on the contextualization of skills and their transferability to the clinical setting. Fundamental skills and principles for researching, processing information, and for communicating and expressing findings are all covered.
It includes practical advice on:
- organizing student learning
- accessing support
- recording ideas and information
- expressing ideas verbally
- expressing ideas in writing
- working with others
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A book that is full of hints and tips to allow students to become independent learners
Useful study support guide for students in early years.
A very useful text that provides opportunities for students to become independent learners
This text is useful for students on a variety of healthcare programmes. It is specific to those who are training at various levels and is knowledgeable about the practical issues of learning to be a practitioner. I have noticed some profession-specific acronyms which are now outdated. This is a reflection of how quickly things change in Healthcare.
Great to see a study skills guide aimed at Health and Social care students. A very useful text.
very good for foundation health and social care students on academic skills module
This is a useful book for stud.ents. The lay out is easy to navigate with regular question and revision prompts. There are several useful mind maps illustrated. As is not subject specific is will go on supplemental reading list for students
This publication is helpfully structured, logically sequenced and offers relevant information for first time health and social care students.
The chapters literally take you through the expectations of University study and equips students well for the demands of balancing college work and placement work.
I am already using this with students from 1st year undergrauate to Masters level.
This is a useful addition to our study skills resources. The ebook has proved especially valuable to students