This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It is a practice-centred book based on solid theory and evidence for the clinical learning and assessment strategies it provides. Critical discussions focus on how supervision, upport and valid assessment nurture the development and achievemeny of competence. The new edition contains up-to-date references to educational theory and recent work on the support of learning and assessment of clinical practice. It places greater emphasis on assessment to achieve 'fitness to practice', how to avoid 'failure to fail', and how to work and learn as a member of the multi-professional team.
· More emphasis on the responsibility and accountability of assessment in clinical practice · More content on inter-professional learning · Includes a variety of strategies for supporting learning and supervision in clinical practice · A discussion of the levels of competence beyond pre-registration and criteria for their assessment is included to provide the theoretical underpinnings for those practitioners who support and assess qualified practitioners · Fully referenced to the latest publications of organisations including the NMC, QAA, DoH and also the University of Sheffield
By Ci Ci Stuart, BAppSci, MEd, RN, RM, MTD, Nursing/Midwifery Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Sheffield, UK
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