Mentoring, Preceptorship and Clinical Supervision

Mentoring, Preceptorship and Clinical Supervision

A Guide to Professional Roles in Clinical Practice

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Newly qualified nurses often experience difficulties moving from the role of student to qualified nurse. It has been formally recognized that these nurses require a support network to enable them to make this transition smoothly. Preceptorship is an important part of the UKCC's post-registration education and practice proposals. They recommend a period of 4 months under the guidance of a preceptor to enable newly appointed practitioners to achieve confidence within practice.

This new edition covers the essential information required to provide learning and support for newly qualified staff. It provides an excellent introduction that is current, relevant and comprehensive in its coverage. Additions to this new edition include coverage of clinical supervision and its relationship to mentoring and preceptorship. This text describes in detail the three main support roles: clinical supervision, mentoring, and preceptorship. These roles are illustrated throughout by case studies.

Publisher: Oxford [England] ; Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell Scientific Publications, 2000, c1993
Edition: Reprint, 2nd ed., 2000
ISBN: 9780632060283
063206028X
0632049677
Characteristics: 1 online resource ([xiv], 226 p.) : ill
Additional Contributors: Palmer, Anne

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