CLINICAL INstructors in the different NURSING schools
IN ILIGAN CITY ACADEMic year 2010-2011
An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the
Faculty of the COLLEGE OF NURSING
Mindanao State University-Iligan
Institute of Technology
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
For the Degree Bachelor of
Science in Nursing
ESPINOSA, MARIA LAARNI C.
ESTILLOTE, BRUCE RHICK A.
HORA, NEIL JOSEPH M.
THE PROBLEM and ITS SCOPE
It is imperative in any institution to preserve a culture of excellence in order to survive in this competitive world. Nursing, as one of the most important profession and oldest as well, makes up one of the largest numbered competing profession in any corner of this world. As technology becomes more sophisticated, so should nursing knowledge and skills be, and the sustenance of the safe and quality patient care in the field of nursing lies within the boundaries of competent and committed mentoring in any nursing schools.
Philippines is not an exemption to this. Its competitiveness in nursing in terms of the number of graduates and of overseas workers is becoming more evident at the present. But there lies a question as to whether mentoring in this country is competent and successful.
As defined by Clinton, 2005 Mentoring is “a relational experience in which one person, the mentor, empowers another person, the mentee, by a transfer of resources. Empowerment can include such things as new habits, knowledge, skills, desires, values, connections to resources for growth and development of potential” while Kapustin and Murphy, 2008 further defines mentoring as “ a developmental relationship between a more experienced individual and a less... [continues]
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