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A key text for mentor development courses. I always find what I need in Gopee.
This user friendly book gets the reader to make the link between theory and practice. The scenarios are engaging – you can almost see the student and mentor in practice!
'This text is an excellent resource for those preparing to mentor and would also serve well as an informative reference textbook for those already in the mentorship role.'
This is the Third Edition of a very-well established text. It brings together the practice of mentorship and supervision with sound discussion of the theory and research evidence... An established and updated resource for academics, this book is essential reading for those learning to mentor and for those already in a mentorship role it will help to update your practice.
This book is laid out well with chapters that explore a number of pertinent topics such as effective mentorship, learning theories, assessment and evaluating mentorship. Each chapter includes outcomes, an introduction to the topic and a selection of activities that enable the reader to apply or explore the concepts of mentorship to the clinical setting through self-directed learning tasks, reflective points and case studies.
Useful for post-reg students undertaking SLAiP courses although more generalised with mostly Nursing examples rather than Midwifery. Course is run 3 times per year
This is an excellent resource for mentors and learning environment leads. I will be recommending it to mentors. However I will point out that although the title says mentoring and supervision in healthcare it is predominately weighted towards student nurses - there are a lot of references to the NMC which is not the governing body of all pre-registration courses.
Clear ,straightforward well presented knowledge on mentoring and supervision - an essential text for people wanting to improve their practice in these areas.
This book is more appropriate for those providing supervision so would recommend it to those undertaking mentor training.
Straight forward text highly relevant for our course
This is a very comprehensive account and guide to effective mentoring, however I feel that it is not suited to a pre-qualifying nursing programme as it focuses on those undertaking a mentorship role.
It should be considered an essential text for both those studying for both practising mentors and those in training.
Excellent text for supporting learners' understanding of the mentorship role, how it impacts on their learning and how they may already be preparing themselves as future mentors. Excellent text.
easy read and good introduction to mentoring and supervision
This is an excellent book for all healthcare workers who are interested in doing Mentoring and Supervision course. The definition of preceptor, mentor are so clearly defined and the guidance on how to use this book is superbly explained with reference to the NMC standards for Mentors. The activities, reflection points and case studies are all excellent and the amount of knowledge in this book is paramount and the money spent on this book is fully worth. The beauty of this book is even for the novice it's made easier to understand rather than bombarding with complicated jargon.
I have discussed the contents and shared the book with my colleagues and now decided that we will adopt that book for the course.
Essential text. Informative and well researched
Excellent resource for all individuals who support and assess learners in clinical practice.
Excellent reading for both students and teachers alike. Very easy reading
Adopted by Sheffield Hallam University.
This is an excellent resource to support the registered practitioner in preparation for the role of Mentor. It is also helpful for the year 3 student as they begin to explore theoretical concepts of teaching, learning and mentoring. Each chapter has a very practical approach through activities and points for reflection. Thus enabling the reader to make the theory practice links and support evidence based practice.
This is a very interesting and useful book for anyone interested in this subject.