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Nursing and Midwifery

Publications and Resources

Publications

Setting the Direction for Nursing and Midwifery Education (pdf) February 2014

National Guidance for Practice Teacher Preparation (pdf)

Guidance for Mentors using ePortfolio and eKSF

NMC Mentor Domains and the NHS KSF

Poster - The Scottish Way - a shared journey for the preparation of mentors (pdf)

Evidencing the requirements of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) mentor outcomes and the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) L&D9DI Unit – Assess Workplace Competence Using Direct and Indirect Methods.

An outline for student mentors undertaking mentor preparation programmes, qualified mentors, managers and SQA approved centres. (pdf)

An outline for student mentors undertaking mentor preparation programmes, qualified mentors, managers and SQA approved centres. (word acc)

Glossery of Titles associated with Practice Education support roles used for Nursing and Midwifery in the NHS

 

The Development of a Scottish tool for Student Practice Learning Experience Feedback (SPLEF) Executive Summary

 

Phase 2 Impact Evaluation of the Care Home Education Facilitator (CHEF) Role Final Report (pdf)

Phase 2 Impact Evaluation of the Care Home Education Facilitator (CHEF) Executive Summary (pdf)

 

Hub and Spoke

Under the auspices of the Recruitment and Retention Delivery Group, NES commissioned three universities to undertake exploration and evaluation of approaches to Hub & Spoke placement models.

Edinburgh Napier University - Demonstration Sites Phase 1 Report
Edinburgh Napier University - Demonstration Sites Phase 2 Report


Robert Gordon University - Demonstration Sites Phase 1 Report

Robert Gordon University - Demonstration Sites Phase 2 Report

University of Stirling - Demonstration Sites Phase 1 Report
University of Stirling - Demonstration Sites Phase 2 Report

Following a review of the literature and evaluation from NES demonstration sites, Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) implemented a Hub and Spoke Model (Roxburgh et al 2012) for practice learning experiences.   From September 2012 as part of the newly validated undergraduate nursing programmes, this model placed approximately 450 students in a ‘Hub’ practice learning environment, as a base for the duration of the 3 year Bachelor of Nursing (BN) or 4 year Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Nursing Studies (BANS) programmes.

 In order to maximise the student experience students undertake practice learning in associated areas termed ‘spokes’.  This has supported students achieve professional competence by shifting the emphasis to a collaborative learning experience where the mentor and student work together in partnership to enhance learning experiences that promote safe and effective practice. 

The following report describes the implementation and evaluation of the hub and spoke practice model project for all fields of nursing practice, the outcomes achieved and the conclusions reached as a result of the work undertaken.

Glasgow Caledonian University Final Report January 2014:The development, implementation and evalution of a hub and spoke model for practice learning

Resources

Dyslexia Awareness Presentation 2012

Dyslexia Awareness Trainer Notes 2012

 

ePortfolio Resources

eportfolio CPD Mentor - Getting Started Guide Dec 2013 (pdf)

eportfolio CPD Mentor - Getting Started Guide Dec 2013 (word acc version)

Mentor Administrator User Guide Nov 2013 (pdf)

Student Mentor User Guide Nov 2013 (pdf)