Innovative infection prevention and control teaching for nursing students: a personal reflection
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A crucial part of our role as Infection Prevention and Control Practitioners is to develop, facilitate and evaluate the teaching and learning of students and healthcare workers. However, creating an environment for participation, interaction and socialisation whilst effectively stimulating reflective and critical thinking in order to promote good practice can be challenging. This paper is a critical reflection, based on Gibb’s model of reflection to demonstrate the development, facilitation, support and evaluation of learning using an innovative, interactive method.