In the following assignment the author will critically explore, discuss, reflect upon and evaluate mentorship within clinical nursing placements. With particular reference to learning disabilities and respite care, the author will look at the needs and benefits of mentorship, as well as the problems and constraints, especially being in such a specialised service. The author will explore the area of orientation, looking at why it is such an important aspect of the whole placement area. Once these
supervises students in a practice setting (NMC 2008). Mentorship plays an integral part in the next generation of practitioners and nursing professionals play a vital role in guiding a process that allows the transference of knowledge, skills and attributes from healthcare professionals to the students they are working with (English National Board and Department of Health 2001). This assignment will critically review the key issues for the preparation of an effective learning environment and appraise
continuity of institutional programs as well as succession (1). However, despite the availability of people with the potential to deal with the enormous challenges, lack of leadership skills, opportunities for developing the skills and tools for assessing one’s strengths and weaknesses are among the identifiable contributing factors (2). With the professional goal of being an inspirational leader and manager in the health sector at both national as well as international level, the application of the
in once professional life. This experience will help many nurses to recognize areas of development and further career option, for example nurse lecturer, practitioner and manager. The English National Board and Department for Health (2000) define mentorship as the role of the nurse, midwife or health visitor who facilitates learning and supervises and assesses students in the practice setting. Since mentors spend most time with students in the clinical area, they are in the best position to judge students’
shipyard services, onshore oil and gas support and others. This diversification, I believe, is mainly due to the expansion vision of the owner who have had always great vision for his business and till now, has provided excellent leadership and mentorship to his numerous employees for the better development of the group. The group’s development relies solely on the mind of the owner who is known to be a business tycoon, having the proper brain analytics to
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Giambattista Vico and the Pedagogy of 'Heroic Mind' in the Liberal Arts ABSTRACT: Vico's concept of the Heroic Mind forms the pedagogical basis for his view of the liberal arts in university education. It is also the key to understanding his humanist critique of Cartesian epistemology. This essay studies Vico's Heroic Mind concept as revealed in his 1732 De mente heroica Oration, discusses the nature of Vico's challenge to Descartes' view of the human person and of knowledge, and points out the