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Teaching and assessing in nursing practice

Peter J. Nicklin

Teaching and assessing in nursing practice

an experiential approach

by Peter J. Nicklin

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Published by Baillière Tindall in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPeter J. Nicklin, Neil Kenworthy ; foreword by Maureen Theobald.
ContributionsKenworthy, Neil.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 200p. :
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17192589M

Professors evaluating themselves? Related files. Evaluation methods should be coherent with curriculum and learning out comes. A drawback to multiple contributors is variation in the material presented. Good assessment tools should also be valid and reliable [ 44 ].

The practice educator will provide guidance and support to mentors and other health care professionals involved with students and will provide a link between the practice setting and the higher education institution. Survey data were analyzed by using SPSS version It was found that the competency system, structured on the NIC assessment tool, is a reliable method for assessing and evaluating nursing interventions. This model was failing to meet students' needs in acute nursing practice areas, largely due to Registered Nurse staff shortages and demanding workloads.

Nurse Educ Today. Laurie Ecoff The second edition of the book, edited by Levin and Feldman, builds on content and evaluation in the first edition and emphasizes the importance of mentorship when establishing a culture of EBP. They include VHS tapes, DVDs, standards for various areas of nursing practice, and books that are required reading for specific nursing courses. Evaluation of twenty nursing students' perceptions of their acute nursing practice clinical placements was conducted using a mixed method approach to evaluate the two models of student supervision. Entry requirements To become a mentor you will require: current registration professional and academic qualifications relevent to care delivery full-time or part-time experience Enrolled 2nd level nurses may also be admitted to mentor programmes.


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Teaching and assessing in nursing practice by Peter J. Nicklin Download PDF Ebook

Multidimensional approaches in nursing assessment should be based on a number of differing assessments methods [ 1 ]. Journal of Education and Health Promotion; 3: 34, Reliability and construct validity were tested by the clinical mentors on students.

Assessing clinical practice of student nurses: Views of teachers, mentors and students.

The academic setting is the focus of part 3, with contributors offering tactics for teaching EBP from undergraduate to doctoral-level education. Levels of evidence hierarchies are important structures that assist students of EBP in determining the strength of the research. They include VHS tapes, DVDs, standards for various areas of nursing practice, and books that are required reading for specific nursing courses.

Are you out of your mind? Nurse Education Today; 6, No evaluation method is perfect, and an integrated multisource approach is recommended.

A popular model for clinical teaching of nursing students is the preceptor model.

Nursing Education

Levett-Jones et al. The major themes of the book are:principles and practices of teaching, learning and assessing in clinical practiceprinciples and practice of quality management in educationcreating a supportive learning environmentthe importance of communication and counseling skills in the teaching roleThe new edition will retain these essential themes, and reflect the recent context of nurse education and changes, both statutory and regulatory, within health and higher education.

Face validity was evaluated by asking students to critically review the item and their understanding of the item within the questionnaire.

In addition to the previous advantages already outlined, Ulfvarson and Oxelmark [ 22 ] found that the OSCE can also be used for examining learning outcomes especially those comprising practical skills, such as medical techniques and interpretation of results.

For example, in a transitional period from student to registered practitioner some people may find the first few months a daunting prospect.

Teaching and Learning in Nursing

The book Teaching and assessing in nursing practice book may wish to address the variation in evidence hierarchies in future editions. In part 1, contributors to the book define mentorship and offer strategies for role development of EBP clinical champions, faculty, and preceptors.

Their model was used to assess theoretical and practical knowledge. A practice educator enjoys equal standing with the lecturer. The chapters address common steps of EBP, with helpful additions such as stakeholder analysis, teaching EBP statistics and treatment effectiveness formulas, and determining Teaching and assessing in nursing practice book and specificity of assessment tools.

Equivalency dimensions of reliability should be evaluated by looking at interrater reliability.Aug 19,  · This book will remain an essential and accessible guide to all nurses and midwives with responsibility for teaching and assessing in any area of their practice.

`It has great clarity, is easy to read, and I learned from it From the Foreword by Ron De Witt, Chairman, English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting/5(5).

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