You are here

Transition to Nursing Practice

Transition to Nursing Practice
From Student to Registered Nurse

August 2018 | 216 pages | Learning Matters
Moving from student to registered nurse is a big transition and it is important for final year students to feel fully prepared for life after study. Covering a range of topics including accountability, professionalism, re-validation and fitness to practice, this text gives you a thorough overview of the responsibilities associated with being a fully qualified nurse. The book starts by helping you to assess your current level of practice and identify any areas requiring additional attention, allowing you to get the most from your final year of training and enter the workplace with confidence.

Chapter 1: Managing the transition from student to registered nurse
Chapter 2: Self-assessment of knowledge, skills and attitudinal values through critical reflection
Chapter 3: Transition-focused reflection and personal development planning
Chapter 4: Looking after your health and wellbeing during role transition
Chapter 5: Learning theory for personal and professional development
Chapter 6: Identifying and developing clinical leadership in relation to transition
Chapter 7: Transition support
Chapter 8: Preparing for, developing and maintaining your nursing career

This text book has a lot of valuable information however we are looking for a text set in the Australian context

Gaye Clark
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition, James Cook University - Cairns Campus
April 11, 2019

Very useful and interesting book.Recommended to the reading list to support the leadership module in the new adult curriculum

Mrs Debbie Watkinson
Nursing, Counselling & Psychotherapy, Derby University
March 1, 2019

Essential reading for students about to qualify.

Ms Kim Dowd
Faculty of Health , Social Care & Education, Anglia Ruskin University
December 13, 2018

A very valuable textbook that final year student nurses should have, as it supports their smooth transition from students to staff nurses.

Dr Titilayo Oshodi
Department of Nursing (Chelmsford), Anglia Ruskin University
June 4, 2018

Preview this book