A report for the RCN by Bazian, an Economist Intelligence Unit business. From Today’s Support in Practice to Tomorrow’s Vision for Excellence. A rapid evidence review on nurse mentoring. The RCN's Executive summary for this report and project is publication code 005455.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is aware of, and shares, the concerns identified around the facilitation of pre-registration education in practice. We believe the skills, education and training of a mentor are important in ensuring that the practice placement of our nursing students supports high quality learning. The RCN, along with its membership, has researched and debated what constitutes good mentorship. This report brings together output from this work and is designed to provide all stakeholders with an insight into how mentorship is valued, and demonstrate the need for further investment in this important role.
Guidance for new RCN representatives on the learning and development pathway for representatives, offering details of each of the modules and information on support and mentorship.
Report presenting the findings of a research study, looking into the post registration education and training needs of the nurses, how they want that education and training delivered, and what sort of qualifications and accreditation they want to receive.
Position statement providing commissioners, education providers and employers with guidance on best practice in relation to the training and education of HCAs in the UK working at levels 2-3 of the Skills for Health Career Framework (2008).
This publication is past the review date. Please use with caution. A5 card identifying the positive aspects of mentorship as well as mentoring rights and responsibilities.
In-depth review of literature published between 2000 and 2006 on the subject of inter-professional education.
Survey results highlighting the various issues that are currently hampering school nursing services, such as heavy workloads, low staffing levels and unmet training needs.
Report presenting the findings of a research study that has investigated the post-registration education and training needs of qualified mental health nurses working in acute inpatient psychiatric settings in the UK.
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