• Facilitating
    . In order for mentoring to be successful, mentor and mentee must be willing to devote time and energy as well as building trust with each other. Role Modelling Role modelling is ‘teaching by example and learning by imitation’ (Dake and Taylor, 1994). It occurs when new staff nurse observe...
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  • subcut injections
    The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate understanding of the application of theoretical concepts in the development of the role of as a mentor. This will be conducted by reflecting upon completing the facilitation and assessment of a nursing student in practice. Firstly knowledge and...
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  • Mentorship in Clinical Practice
    The nursing profession is constantly evolving, with facilitation recognised as a key role within the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) Code (2008) and Standards to support learning and assessment in practice (2008)(Appendix1). As a registered nurse, working in a Day Surgery Unit (DSU) in a non...
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  • Critical Incident
    conducive to learning (Price 2004). I have used a dummy for a return demonstration of the procedure. Quinn (2000) emphasizes that demonstration is also an excellent strategy for linking theory and practice and is well received in nursing. At the beginning of the teaching session, I felt nervous as...
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  • Learning and Assessment in Practice
    nursing programme in the UK (RCN, 2009). Supporting students to learn is an important function for both educators and practitioners and thus teaching, assessing and mentoring are fundamental aspects of nurses' roles and responsibilities. Butterworth, Faugier & Burnard (1997) see the mentor as...
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  • reflection
    prepare them for this role (NMC, 2008b). Developing the skills of mentors in practice areas gives students the best possible experiences for learning. The NMC set out standards of proficiency in nursing education to ensure pre- registration students are deemed fit for practice, both at the...
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  • Mentorship
    ) Professional development and the role of mentorship. Nursing Standard 22:42:35-40 Bastable, S. (2003) Nurse as educator: principles of teaching and learning for nursing practice. Second edition. Jones and Bartlett, London. Bennett, C. (2002) Making the most of mentorship. Nursing Standard 17:3:29...
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  • Mentorship in Nursing
    ) 2005). The essay will explore the role of the mentor in the field of nursing, with personal reflection on the authors experience as a mentor in my current role as a community mental health nurse (CMHN). The mentor-mentee learning relationship will be explored and the application of teaching and...
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  • Mentorship for Health and Social Care Practitioner's
    clinical area. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), 2006 defines the term mentor as, the role of the nurse, midwife or health visitor who facilitates learning, supervises and assesses students in the practice setting. While it is recognised that important learning happens in lectures including...
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  • Mentoring and Assessing
    education literature, this assignment intends to critically analyse the accountability of mentors in practice, looking at how their role as facilitators of learning and assessment is utilised within my own clinical setting, and how we, as nurses, assess a student’s competence. Furthermore discussions...
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  • Melps
    INTRODUCTION The aims of the assignment is to examine how the reflective account or our experience of facilitating learning opportunities assessing and teaching a student will help the future development with in the mentor or practice teacher role. In order to achieve this teaching session...
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  • Preparation for Mentorship
    within the role comes much responsibility and accountability. The NMC has published generic guidelines for mentors which states the responsibilities of a mentor include: “provision of support and guidance in the practice area; facilitation of student learning; assessment and evaluation of the student...
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  • Mentorship
    performance. I will also outline an action plan for further development. According to the English National Board (ENB, 2001) the term mentor describes the role of the nurse who facilitates learning and supervises and assesses students in the practice setting. Mentorship is a partnership...
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  • Mentoring and Enabling Learning in the Practice Setting
    Mentoring and enabling learning in the practice setting A reflective account of my experience of facilitating learning, assessing and teaching a student or co-worker, and how this experience will inform my future development within the mentor or practice teacher role. Student Number: 2930211...
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  • The Pratice Arena as Learning Enviroment
    skills to support and mentor new colleagues. Mentors were educated to assist new nurses with their role transition into specialist practice and to facilitate ongoing role development. Rosser et al. (2004) explained that the mentorship program’s core elements included experiential learning...
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  • Facilitation of Learning
    ill look at how my role as a mentor can facilitate learning and promote effective assessment in practice and also explore my role to support the students who are failing. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC 2008a), defines “the role of a mentor as someone who facilitates learning, supervises...
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  • Nursing Research
    that only those who continue to meet these requirements remain on the local register. All stage 2 mentors must facilitate teaching, learning and assessment in practice, so have a duty to provide the student with a variety of learning opportunities to enable them to achieve the ir relevant learning...
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  • Nursing
    designated medical practitioner who supports, teaches and supervises the student with, where possible, an experienced nurse prescriber who should ensure that learning is applied to specific areas of nursing practice‟ What is the NHS Trusts responsibility? Once recorded as a sign-off mentor the NMC...
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  • Reference Student Learning
    supervision role; time and workload allocation; and the nurse/student relationship. The quality of clinical placements as perceived by students in terms of support, clinical teaching and learning, and the integration of theory into practice vary considerably from one experience to the next. It is the...
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  • Reflex
    perfect to done a wound dressing. We must need a concept of mentoring in nursing and suggest its strongest relationship is as a ‘teaching learning process for the socialization of nurse scholars and scientists and the proliferation of a body of professional knowledge’ (steward and Krueger, 1996). This...
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