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Edited by Brian Dolan, FRSA, MSc(Oxon), MSc(Nurs), RGN, RMN and Sue Hinchliff, BA, MSc, RN, RNT
168 pagesTrim Size 7 1/2 X 9 1/5 inCopyright 2017$46.95, Paperback, Reference
Availability:Current edition. Future edition planned. 05/13/25. This title is currently out of stock. We will ship as soon as we receive our stock.
Mentors for student nurses and newly registered nurses will welcome the revised
fourth edition of this trusted handbook on how to teach others: peers, students,
patients and relatives. It is written in a user-friendly style, ‘talking through’ strategies
with the reader. This is a practical ‘How to’ guide, rather than an academic treatise,
with particular emphasis on the use of competencies.
• Learning objectives begin each chapter
• Sets teaching within the context of nursing and education
• Aids the teaching of reflective learning
• Activities and exercises are incorporated into each chapter
• Presents real world examples of the application of teaching in practice
• Kirkpatrick evaluation model
• Competency-based practice
• SCARF – Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness and Fairness in education
• Revalidation with the NMC
• Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)
All qualified nurses, midwives and health visitors who are involved in clinical teaching. Students on post-registration modules in teaching and assessing.
Edited by Brian Dolan, FRSA, MSc(Oxon), MSc(Nurs), RGN, RMN, Director, Health Service 360, Stratford upon Avon, UK; Visiting Professor of Nursing, Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research, Oxford; Honorary Professor of Leadership in Healthcare, School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences, University of Salford, Manchester and Sue Hinchliff, BA, MSc, RN, RNT, Formerly Visiting Professor of Nursing and Nurse Education, London South Bank University; Consultant to Royal College of Nursing Accreditation Unit; Consultant to Nursing and Midwifery Council in Advanced Nursing Practice; Adviser to Tropical Health and Education Trust