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Student Practice Supervision and Assessment
A Guide for NMC Nurses and Midwives

First Edition


December 2018 | 192 pages | Learning Matters
Supporting students poses a significant challenge for nurses and midwives in today’s practice. Recent concerns over the fitness to practice of students at the point of registration requires new approaches to practice learning, and the supervision and assessment of future practitioners.

Based around the NMC's Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment (2018), this book offers clear, practical advice on how to acquire and develop the knowledge and skills required to supervise and assess a range of students in practice. It explores challenging issues, such as learners in difficulty, and considers how to develop resilience and wellbeing from the perspective of both the student and the supervisor and assessor.

 
Chapter 1: Introduction to supervision and assessment in practice
 
Chapter 2: Learning culture
 
Chapter 3: Educational governance and quality
 
Chapter 4: Student empowerment
 
Chapter 5: Supervisors, assessors and educators
 
Chapter 6: Curricula and assessment
 
Chapter 7: Students in difficulty
 
Chapter 8: Developing yourself as a supervisor and/or assessor

The text is timely, relevant and very accessible for busy practitioners who have to support students in practice.

Gearoid K. Brennan

An up to date text that covers the changes that need to be in place form September 2019 in relation to supporting learners in practice. Good activities and model answers encourages critical thinking and analysis.

Mrs Nora Cooper
Nursing and Midwifery, Middlesex University
November 29, 2018

Jo Lidster

Dr Jo Lidster is Principle Lecturer in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery at Sheffield Hallam University. Jo leads on learning, teaching and assessment developments for the department as well as supporting placement learning initiatives. She has had a number of key roles including leading research and innovation and research informed teaching developments as well as course leader roles. Jo is an adult nurse and prior to working in education she worked in and managed acute and critical care settings. She teaches a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of research methods and evidence-based practice, healthcare... More About Author

Susan Wakefield

Susan Wakefield is Head of the Department of Nursing and Midwifery at Sheffield Hallam University. She is responsible for the department’s postgraduate and international portfolio. This includes working closely with stakeholders and practice partners to develop a quality learning experience. During her time in higher education, Susan has worked at department, faculty and university level in a number of roles. She is a mental health nurse and had a range of roles in clinical practice including research nurse, care pathways coordinator and community mental health nurse. She teaches research methods and evidence-based practice and supervisors... More About Author