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.
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.
MyKnowledgeMap and Anglia Ruskin University School of Nursing shortlisted for the 2020 Times Higher Education Award
MyKnowledgeMap is incredibly proud to be shortlisted with Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) School of Nursing for the 2020 Times Higher Education Award in the ‘Digital Innovation of the Year’ category.
Pan London Consortium Awards electronic Practice Assessment Document (ePAD) Contract to MyKnowledgeMap to support student nurses in practice
As part of a UK-wide initiative to improve support for student nurses in practice, the Consortium have chosen MyKnowledgeMap as their technology partner to develop an innovative electronic Practice Assessment Document (ePAD).
University of Southampton partners with MyKnowledgeMap to develop new electronic Practice Assessment Document Platform
Building on MyKnowledgeMap’s existing award-winning mobile app, Myprogress, for practice-based assessment, Southampton’s ePAD will provide a dedicated, easy-to-use digital platform to support student nurses in meeting the new Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards.
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