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The nurse mentor's handbook : supervising and assessing students in clinical practice / Danny Walsh.

By: Walsh, Danny [author.]Publisher: London : McGraw-Hill Education, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Edition: Third editionDescription: x, 251 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 23 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780335248612Subject(s): Mentoring in nursing | Education, Nursing -- methods | Nursing, supervisory | Mentors -- educationDDC classification: 610.7307155 WAL 2021

Previous edition: Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2014.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

CHAPTER 1 The Mentor’s New Clothes CHAPTER 2 Effective practice supervision CHAPTER 3 Supervision considerations CHAPTER 4 The clinical learning environment CHAPTER 5 Teaching and learning theory CHAPTER 6 Teaching in practice CHAPTER 7 Assessment: theory and practice reality CHAPTER 8 Evidence of learning CHAPTER 9 Fostering a successful placement CHAPTER 10 Support and development for the practice supervisor and assessor

This popular book is an essential companion for supporting and supervising student nurses in clinical practice. The book examines the theory of supervision and the underlying principles of teaching and assessment in nurse education and includes case studies, tools and interventions that can be used in clinical practice. Key areas covered include: • The new NMC standards for supervision and assessment, as well as the history and politics of student nurse mentorship • Effective practice supervision – the role of the supervisor and the practicalities such as the importance of forming effective working relationships and communication skills • Clear guidance on best teaching and assessment practice with practical examples and techniques • An examination the importance and methodology of giving good feedback • Fostering successful placement experiences and supporting a range of students with varying learning needs, including best practice in supporting a struggling student Fully updated in this third edition the book simplifies the theory, delivering practical guidance on best practice in student support and includes insights from students and supervisors. Danny Walsh was a mental health nurse for over 40 years and a senior nurse lecturer for more than 15. He has published widely in the fields of nurse education and dementia care.

Also issued online.

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