University of Wolverhampton launch the Myprogress ePAD
The University of Wolverhampton has launched the Myprogress electronic practice assessment document (ePAD) and the electronic Midwifery Ongoing Record of Achievement (eMORA) within the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing to support nursing and midwifery students.
City, University of London, launch the Myprogress ePAD to Fully Support Student Nurses
Having extensively used the Myprogress Mobile App to support quality assessment and feedback for their optometry students over the last few years, City are now working closely with MyKnowledgeMap to roll out the Myprogress ePAD to support practice-based assessment for student nurses.
MyKnowledgeMap and CuppaCare win Bronze at the Learning Technologies Awards
Over the past two years, MyKnowledgeMap have worked alongside Sara Dunn Associates to develop CuppaCare – a micro-learning application for care workers. Following a pilot, CuppaCare is currently being used by 26 early adopter organisations and has had a profound impact on care providers and care workers who have been involved.
King's College London Introduce Myprogress electronic Practice Assessment Document (ePAD) to support Student Nurses in Practice
King’s College London have officially gone live with MyKnowledgeMap’s electronic Practice Based Assessment (ePAD) platform known as Myprogress. The Myprogress ePAD has been designed in line with the existing NMC standards and is being piloted with first year masters pre-registration student nurses.
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