A Nurse's Survival Guide to Supervising and Assessing,
Edition 2
By Karen Elcock, BSc MSc PGDip CertEdFE RN RNT FHEA

Publication Date: 08 Dec 2021

Are you supporting students in practice? This book provides an overview of the different approaches and summarises the key NMC Standards that you need to understand. You will follow the student's journey on placement starting from the preparation needed before they arrive through to the orientation, initial interview and planning of learning, plus how to provide feedback and ensure that your assessment is fair and objective. Some of the challenges you may face will be explored, along with approaches you can use to ensure successful outcomes.

This is an indispensable handbook for:

  • both new and experienced nurses seeking practical advice
  • academic staff who prepare and support practice supervisors and assessors
  • students undertaking modules on teaching and learning in practice

Key Features

  • Based on the NMC standards for student supervision and assessment
  • Offers guidance and tips on supporting and assessing students on placements
  • Presents sections on understanding you, supporting the student with additional needs, and using simulated learning
  • Covers how to support students who are not making the progress expected
  • Action points at the end of each chapter will help you consolidate your learning

Part of the A Nurse’s Survival Guide series.

New Features

Now fully aligned to the latest NMC standards and competencies on supervision and assessment.
About the author
By Karen Elcock, BSc MSc PGDip CertEdFE RN RNT FHEA, Head of Programmes - Preregistration Nursing / Deputy Head of School, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George's, University of London, Kingston Hill Campus, Kingston Upon Thames, United Kingdom
Book details
ISBN: 9780702081477
Page Count: 272
Illustrations : 10 illustrations
Retail Price : £24.99