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  • Arithmetic for drug calculations 2: fractions 22 November 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who would like to improve your arithmetic in preparation for nursing calculations? The arithmetic of fractions is very important groundwork for the calculation of quantity of drugs given to patients. This session will cover: • Proper and improper fractions • Simplification of fractions • Multiplication of fractions

  • Arithmetic for drug calculations 3: oral medication and injections 27 November 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who is unsure how to calculate dosages for oral medication or injections? This workshop will cover how to apply the techniques learned in the previous two sessions to calculate the number of tablets and amount of doses for injections and syrups. It will include: • Worked examples for tablets • Worked examples for syrups and injections

  • Critical appraisal (qualitative): an introduction 28 November 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who would like more practice with critical appraisal? This workshop will: • provide a basic level introduction to appraising qualitative research papers • use a model for appraising qualitative research (based on 4 aspects of trustworthiness) • give you the chance to practise the technique on a sample article This workshop will only be of relevance if you have already attended a lecture on critical appraisal within the context of evidence based practice. If you need further information or any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact libraryhelp@tees.ac.uk in advance. For more information go to http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/workshops

  • Arithmetic for drug calculations 3: oral medication and injections 29 November 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who is unsure how to calculate dosages for oral medication or injections? This workshop will cover how to apply the techniques learned in the previous two sessions to calculate the number of tablets and amount of doses for injections and syrups. It will include: • Worked examples for tablets • Worked examples for syrups and injections

  • Critical appraisal (quantitative): an introduction 30 November 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who would like more practice with critical appraisal? This workshop will: • provide a basic level introduction to appraising quantitative research papers • use a model for appraising quantitative research (based on reliability, internal and external validity) • give you the chance to practise the technique on a sample article This workshop will only be of relevance if you have already attended a lecture on critical appraisal within the context of evidence based practice. If you need further information or any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact libraryhelp@tees.ac.uk in advance. For more information go to http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/workshops

  • Arithmetic for drug calculations 4: infusion rates 04 December 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who is unsure how to calculate infusion rates? Drugs are administered via several routes, including by intravenous infusion. This workshop will cover how to apply the various formulae to calculate the flow rates, including worked examples for per minute and per hour rates. Please note, 1st year students do not need to attend this session. If you need further information or any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact libraryhelp@tees.ac.uk in advance. For more information go to http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/workshops

  • Arithmetic for drug calculations 4: infusion rates 06 December 2017

    Are you a School of Health and Social Care student who is unsure how to calculate infusion rates? Drugs are administered via several routes, including by intravenous infusion. This workshop will cover how to apply the various formulae to calculate the flow rates, including worked examples for per minute and per hour rates. Please note, 1st year students do not need to attend this session. If you need further information or any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact libraryhelp@tees.ac.uk in advance. For more information go to http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/workshops

Arithmetic for drug calculations 3: oral medication and injections 29 November 2017
Year 13 Masterclass - Understanding each other - mental health nursing 29 November 2017
CINAHL: an introduction to searching the literature for health students 30 November 2017
Creative Fuse Tees Valley: launch and mixer event 30 November 2017
Dissertations: getting started 30 November 2017
Facts matter: Counteracting Fake News 30 November 2017
Critical appraisal (quantitative): an introduction 30 November 2017
Innovation Workshop
Fusion Hive
30 November 2017
Critical writing 01 December 2017
Writing a literature review 04 December 2017
Arithmetic for drug calculations 4: infusion rates 04 December 2017
Critical thinking 05 December 2017
Management Masterclass: stress@work 06 December 2017
RefWorks: an easy way to manage your references 06 December 2017
Arithmetic for drug calculations 4: infusion rates 06 December 2017
Apostrophes and how to use them (Bitesize) 07 December 2017
The Knowledge Network 07 December 2017
Undergraduate open day (Test) 08 December 2017
How to proofread (Bitesize) 08 December 2017
Carol Service
All Saints Church, 112 Linthorpe Rd, Middlesbrough TS1 2JR
12 December 2017

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