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Lead a group study
Group studies are an invaluable way to reinforce learning and for nurses to share their knowledge. The March of Dimes encourages nurses to use group studies to improve their care of women and babies and, ultimately, improve outcomes.
Online module group study
Readings in online modules and slide modules can be viewed on screen, or can be downloaded and studied offline. Downloads require Adobe Acrobat Reader or PowerPoint viewer. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here to download it.
- Purchase and distribute module tokens for participants.
- Register for this site and sign in.
- Select the module from the cne activities list page you would like to study,
- Click Purchase for group. Note, if this is not an option, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a group code.
- Complete the pop-up to complete your order.
- Sign in to the nursing education site again and go to your account page.
- Click Token report in the right column of your account page to see the tokens you purchased.
- Give each person in your group a token code from the token report.
- Group members can then use the token code to register and read their module.
- Prepare for group study.
- Arrange a time and location for the group study.
- Ask participants to read the module before the group study so they are familiar with the content.
- Facilitate discussion on module content.
- Direct participants to take the CNE test and submit it for CNE credit.
Participants can follow the instructions for users of online modules to take their tests and get their certificates of completion.
If you need help purchasing online modules, call 914-997-4609 or email email@example.com.
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