The Third Edition of this bestselling text continues to combine discussion of the theory and research which defines mentoring in healthcare with a sharp focus on how to do mentoring in practice.
Key features of the Third Edition are:
· discussion of the latest policy including the Francis Report and 6 Cs of nursing
· a companion website with teaching resources for lecturers and expanded case studiesand free SAGE journal articles for students
· activities which challenge readers to question their knowledge
· example tools for mentors to use in practice, such as learning contracts, lesson plans and professional development plans.
The book has been updated with the latest evidence and includes expanded discussions on coaching, working with underachieving students and supporting students with disabilities and special educational needs.
Interprofessional in scope, it is essential reading for all those taking mentoring courses in nursing, midwifery, social care and the allied health professions.