'This text is long overdue. The case studies within the book carefully illuminate important issues in a pragmatic way, offering helpful strategies and insights to enhance mentorship for both the mentor and mentee'- Susan Bernhauser,Emerita Dean of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield
Excellent resources for new nursing mentors - helpfully linked directly to the NMC standards.
very easy to read. the personal accounts from mentors across health and social care disciplines help to explore and 'bring to life' the key issues in mentorship.
Used constantly during the course easy to read well laid out
This book is recommended as a supporting resource for students studying preparation for mentorship.
Very useful text for social work practitioners as well when taking on the assessor role.
An essential straightforward guide for the learning and assessing course
This text clearly links theoretical elements that are discussed in the facilitation of mentorship delivery to the actual practice of mentorship.
Case studies allow mentors to bridge potential theory practice gaps and there is clear linking to the current NMC Domains
A very useful and comprehensive guide to mentorship practice.
an excellent resource for students on a PG Cert course. Easy to read and well presented
a useful resource - the module we would have used it in is no longer being run.
Well structured, case studies provide a good opportunity to link theory to practice.
A a good reference for those who actively mentor health and social care students
Having just commenced a Master level mentorship module this is the very text I was looking for! Informative and takes a critical stance which can enable learners to develop their skills when studying at M level
This text brings together the complexities and realities of mentoring. The style is easy to read, engaging and informative. This is a welcome addition to the mentorship tool kit.
Useful book for those interested in further developing their mentorship skills. The use of some excellent case studies helped to demonstrate how the skills can be applied. Easy to read, and a worthy contribution to the available literature on this important developmental role
An excellent text for outlining the expectations and skills development for mentoring.
Informative text - certainly will be utilising this text for teaching prep. Good overall textbook on the issues pertaining to mentorship
Good book on mentorship
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