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New student mentor model extends further in East of England


Excellent news. Developing learning environments. Not every clinical area is right for students. Placing larger numbers in those areas with mentors who are committed to teaching and learning rather than spreading students all over organisations including areas where the attitude of staff is less open to challenge, questions, giving time is likely to result in worse outcomes. Not every nurse likes to mentor and many nurses are not skilled, so better to place students in areas where they will be nurtured and developed than where they will be constrained "This is how we do xyz here". Well done James Paget. This is how to foster a future workforce. Bravo

Posted date

25 November, 2016

Posted time

11:12 pm