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Developing Advanced Skills in Practice Teaching
 
 
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28 Nov 2008
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This engaging book is written for Practice Teachers who need to educate and assess students at advanced level in the practice setting.

Including contributions from a range of healthcare workers it provides:

■ guidance on how to create a dynamic and effective experience for the learner
■ support for the teacher, including how to deal with failure and cope with challenging students
■ advice to help readers build their self-awareness and reflect on their role.

With references to the latest professional guidelines as well as practical exercises, resources and support material, Developing Advanced Skills in Practice Teaching draws together disparate information into one comprehensive resource. It explores the core issues surrounding education in health and social care practice settings and is essential reading for all those who want to operate in this arena at an advanced level.

 


Description


This engaging book is written for Practice Teachers who need to educate and assess students at advanced level in the practice setting.

Including contributions from a range of healthcare workers it provides:

■ guidance on how to create a dynamic and effective experience for the learner
■ support for the teacher, including how to deal with failure and cope with challenging students
■ advice to help readers build their self-awareness and reflect on their role.

With references to the latest professional guidelines as well as practical exercises, resources and support material, Developing Advanced Skills in Practice Teaching draws together disparate information into one comprehensive resource. It explores the core issues surrounding education in health and social care practice settings and is essential reading for all those who want to operate in this arena at an advanced level.

 


Reviews


'This book is a comprehensive, concise, timely and practical resource for all practitioners involved in supporting, educating and assessing students of health care.' - Maureen Benbow, Journal of Community Nursing
 
'Anyone who educates and assesses students at an advanced level in practice settings will be interested in this book.' - Emergency Nurse


Contents

PART I: PRINCIPLES OF PRACTICE TEACHING SKILLS
Introduction; A.Smith
The Frameworks: Implications for Placement Learning; J.M.Wright
Personal Preparation; S.Chilton
Team Preparation; C.A.Ridley
Learning Theories and their Application; A.Smith
Reflective Practice and Portfolio Development; A.Smith& K.Jack
The Virtual Reality of Learning? New Ways of Learning; J.Skinner
Principles of Assessment in Practice; Z.Wilkes
Methods of Assessment; S.Hayes& P.Mackreth
Managing Challenging Learning Situations; S.Boran
Essentials of Evaluation; P.Clarke& H.McAskill
Supervision and Support; S.Phillips, C.Johnson, V.Kaye& K.Adams 
The Expert Practitioner; H.McAskill
The Higher Education Perspective; M.Fitzpatrick
PART II: PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Perspective One: The Patient; P.Rogers
Perspective Two: Ambulance Service Clinical Practice; P.Jeffries& H.Knight
Perspective Three: Practice Teaching in Anaethesia and Intensive Care; G.R.Nimmo& B.Shippey
Perspective Four: Mental Health; W.Jackson
Perspective Five: Occupational Health Nursing; R.Shaw
Perspective Six: Physiotherapy; R.Gilbert
Perspective Seven: Primary Care - A Student's View; A.Halloran
Perspective Eight: Secondary Care; A.Cooper
Perspective Nine: Speech and Language Therapy; C.Fairfield
Conclusion: Facing The Future; A.Smith, H.McAskill& K.Jack
 
 


Authors

ANNE SMITH Director of Nursing, School of Health and Social Care, University of Reading, UK.
HEATHER MCASKILL Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, The Robert Gordon University, UK.
KIRSTEN JACK Lecturer, School of Health, Psychology and Social Care, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.