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'An excellent resource for experienced and new mentors and preceptors....This second edition encompasses developments in health care and the recent standards and competencies for mentors and supervisors, with advice on their implementation in clinical practice. There are interactive segments to apply the theories and principles discussed in a range of clinical settings...Case studies link to life in clinical practice, highlighting the challenges that may occur.
Neil Gopee really knows his subject and produces easy to follow books that are highly recommended
A 'go to' book on mentoring in healthcare enhanced by the inclusion of more interactive features linking theory to practice.
This book is excellent and has been recommended as essential reading for this programme. It supports the students to start thinking about their responsibilities and Accountability as a registered nurse. It is easy to read and applies the theories to practice
The author has developed an excellent resource for multi-disciplinary students, trainee mentors, qualified mentors and tutors alike. The text is easy to follow, comprehensive and well written. The case studies bring life to the theory presented.
This is an excellent text which provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the complex role of the mentor within a practice setting. The book makes explicit links to regulatory requirements and explores how these are applied in practice as well as equiping readers with a toolkit to use.
This book is being used for those on the second stage of the Practice Educators training. Very useful and is now on the purchase list of books.
Excellent, practical and accessible text.
Very useful and practical book for midwives studying to become a supervisor of midwives.
This is a very informational book, containing a vast amount of relevant information on mentoring and supervision, it contains references to legislation on supervision and gives a great break down of requirements in health and social care settings.I will also be recommending this booklet for counselling students and those that wish to gain employment in the health sector.
An excellent text which I will make essential reading for students on the Masters in Clinical Education at my institution. It covers a range of healthcare professional backgrounds and therefore will be useful in our multiprofessional programme. It is very comprehensive and logically presented. The activities help to apply understanding.
An interactive resource for both experienced and new mentors. Its well written and easy to read. Gopee identifies the various ways in which a student learns and also demonstrates effective ways in which to facilitate this learning.
Very useful for mentors supporting students in clinical practice. Will recommend reading to Qualified Practitioners supporting students.
Gives not only the student, but also the mentor some very useful tips and direction in what the role of the mentor and mentee consists of. Most students have some problems in what the mentor should be doing and this texts clearly gives them this information.
This is a useful book which contextualizes mentoring and supervision into the healthcare context. It is useful in the multidisciplinary training I do and also for me as someone who offers non-clinical supervision to a range of practitioners. Attractive cover and good layout.
This is an excellent resourceful textbook that is well written, easy to follow and with useful supplementary information and guides throughout.
Student nurses and qualified nurses who become mentors will find this book and extremely useful resourse.
A further title to increase the sphere of reading of candidates undertaking a post graduate course on mentoring.
One of the best texts on the subject . Recommended to Student Mentors and used in some of the presentations. Should I be buying one book on the topic this would be it.
Excellent book, clear outline of each chapter. easy to read and very good for both the experienced and inexperienced practitioner. Extremely useful to me when teaching/demonstrating points during precectorship courses to staff.
Recommended as textbook for all wards to have as source of reference and help.
this books is an easy read and relevant to clinical practice and well recieved by the ward managers