A learning resource for developing effective mentorship in practice
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A learning resource for developing effective mentorship in practice

Lorna Anderson Lecturer in adult nursing, School of Health, Nursing and Midwifery, University of West Scotland, Lanarkshire

This article focuses on mentorship. There is an important professional expectation of registered nurses and midwives to mentor pre-registration nursing students in clinical practice. The article examines ways to evaluate the learning environment and the student experience, and offers practical suggestions to improve the quality of mentorship for mentors and students.

Nursing Standard. 25, 51, 48-56. doi: 10.7748/ns2011.



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