Mentoring Student Nurses as a guide into practice.

Mentoring Student Nurses as a guide into practice.

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• Mentoring Student Nurses

• Written at Maters level.

• Harvard Referencing. And to incorporate journals and books and to remain in the UK as much as possible.

• Mentoring strategies to prepare students for clinical practice.

• Establishing work relationships.

• How to plan out learning, so the student would achieve their learning outcomes.

• Assessment of accountability, NMC

• How to evaluate learning

• Teaching skills.

• Why use a SWOT analysis and argue why this is good or bad and compare.

• Base this on the NMC (nursing and midwifery council) “Standards To Support Learning and Assessment In Practice”

• Also use the “Frances Report to refer to and use the Six C’s (Care, Compassion, Competence, Communication, Courage, Commitment,)

• Use Learning styles and facilitation of learning.

• Learning styles with student. In detail.

• Analysis mentors teaching skills and techniques

• Also analysis mentors barriers such as “failing to fail” Duffy 2003 and Failure to fail “art and science “ Nursing Standard 2007 The Toxic Mentor who makes it difficult for the student to achieve their learning outcomes.

• Use “Scot I and Spouse J 2010 Practice Based Learning in Health and Social Care.

• Use Principles of Practice assessment.

• Facilitation of learning. For example use knowledge of the students stage of learning to select appropriate learning opportunities to meet individual needs and feedback.

• Facilitation and selection of appropriate learning strategies to integrate learning from practice and academic experiences.

• Assessment and accountability and how to provide feedback

• Must use and compare to NMC Standards of Support learning and assessment in practice.

• Mentor’s accountability in nursing practice and use NMC Code.

• How a mentor should perform as teacher. (learning and assessing. )

• Critically analysis in depth and map this out.

• Barriers that can occur and why.

• Some books that also must be used are as follows. “Being an Effective Mentor” Kathleen Feeney Jonson
2008, Nurse as Educator, Susan B Bastable 2014, Mentoring Preceptor ship and Clinical Supervision. 2000, Mastering Mentorship, Julie Baily- McHale and Donna Hart, 2011, The Code: Standards of Conduct, Performance and ethics for nurses and midwives . 2008.

• Conclusion


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