Supervising and Assessing Student Nurses and Midwives in Clinical Practice
A practical guide
Supervising and Assessing Student Nurses and Midwives in Clinical Practice is a practical guide for healthcare practitioners responsible for the supervision and assessment of students.
The book is designed to help practice supervisors and practice assessors:
- to identify and plan for a range of learning opportunities
- to consider what is possible for learning and assessment in their area
- to get ready for and deliver the best learning experiences that they can to prepare students for their role as future nurses and midwives.
Covering the learning environment and culture, interprofessional supervision, coaching models and feedback, methods and types of assessment, simulation-based learning, and the future of practice learning, the book aims to help individuals and organisations to create the best environment for supporting, supervising and assessing students in practice.
“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… I sincerely recommend this book to students and practitioners who learn and practise together with the overall goal of offering high-quality care that is safe and effective.”
From the Foreword by Professor Ian Peate, OBE FRCN