Nursing and midwifery practice along with the provision of nurse and midwife education are in a constant state of flux. The practice of these two professions and the provision of nurse and midwife education are and should always be dynamic entities that adapt and flex to the needs of individuals, families, communities and nations. The Nursing and Midwifery Council has introduced a number of new standards that detail the skills and knowledge that will be required of the next generation of nurses and midwives to enable them to deliver care that is patient focused, safe and effective. Supervising and Assessing Student Nurses and Midwives in Clinical Practice: a practical guide is timely; this is the go to book to help practitioners and students get the most out of practice learning, aligned to the professional regulator?s standards. With change there is often a sense of uncertainty, a raft of questions and queries that need answers. Roberts and Leigh?s Supervising and Assessing Student Nurses and Midwives in Clinical Practice provides the answers that will enable all of those nurses and midwives who have or will have an active role in supervising and assessing student nurses and midwives in the practice setting to understand and apply the principles of practice learning, wherever this may occur. Supervising and Assessing Student Nurses and Midwives in Clinical Practice has been written by professionals in the field who are well versed in teaching and learning from a wide range of perspectives. This is a contemporary text that is truly a practical guide that steers and supports. It is written in an accessible and user-friendly way, helping the reader see through the complexities that are inherently associated with practice assessment.
|Lantern Publishing Limited
|Published - 28 Feb 2021