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Nursing student online behaviours key to course completion

Predicting students’ risk of withdrawal by analysing their level of online engagement enables universities to stage timely and supportive interventions

Predicting students’ risk of withdrawal by analysing their level of online engagement enables universities to stage timely and supportive interventions

More nurses are needed in the UK workforce than ever before.

In recent years, we’ve seen record numbers of students apply to nursing courses , but universities are still up against the well-documented challenges of high attrition rates against the backdrop of the pandemic.

Using data to support digital learning transformation

Since COVID-19, universities have come under pressure to adapt their nursing programmes to include online learning and simulation, which has had a significant impact on institutions and learners.

We are moving into a hybrid era

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