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The provision of constructive feedback

The provision of constructive feedbackOrder DescriptionThis is a proposal to be written at level 7. All references should be uk based, with reference where appropriate to the NMC code 2015.The word count is 1500 words.Written in Microsoft word for electronic submission.Page numbered and student ID, Course code and cohort on each page. Harvard ReferencedMy ID is TRO04017470Course code NUR9002MCohort 04/16Subject specific learning outcomes – Level 7 (Postgraduate)1. Critically evaluate and perform the role of mentor demonstrating the achievement of the mentorship standards of the professional body.2. Critically explore the learning needs of students evaluating the role of the clinical learning environment on student performance3. Critically analyse and evaluate the essential skills, knowledge and attributes of mentors to support learning in practice4. Critically evaluate the role of mentor in the assessment of clinical competency analysing and implementing the evidence base in practiceCandidates studying at masters level must submit a 1500 word proposalas to how they could improve their learning environment and/or the mentorship therein. Theproposal will indicate further evidence of the achievement of the mentor domains and shouldbe mapped to indicate which competencies this relates to.This proposal aspect is academically marked at Undergraduate Degree Level (6) , or Postgraduatelevel (7) and so should be written in an effective literary style, with the support of relevanttheoretical concepts, appropriate literature and research. A reference list is required and should beincluded at the end of the portfolio. To make the most of your proposal you must read and use theSchool of Health and Social Care academic writing guidance which will be available to you at thecommencement of the programme.The proposal should be structured with an introduction (following your SWOT analysis), whichhighlights your intentions, to develop an aspect of your learning environment and which NMCmentor Domain/s this relates to.The main body of your proposal should critically analyse/evaluate your key points with an effectiveliterary style approriate to your selected level, with clear definition of topic and a logical structure.Relevance/ application to practice with the use of supporting literature/synthesis and evidence ofwide reading and effective referencing is essential to support your discussions. Conclusions shouldbe drawn in light of this discussion.My swot analysis highlights the importance and difficulty of providing constructive criticism, and my proposal should reflect this.Reading ListSuccessful mentoring in nursing – Liz Aston, Paula Hallam 2014BookClinical supervision and mentorship in nursing – Tony Butterworth, Jean Faugier, Philip Burnard 1998BookPreviewThe nurse mentor’s companion – Kim Craig, Barbara Smith 2015BookMentoring nursing and healthcare students – David Kinnell, Philip Hughes 2010BookPreviewThe nurse mentor’s handbook: supporting students in clinical practice – Danny Walsh 2014 (book; ebook)BookOnline ResourceCriterion-referenced definitions for rating scales in clinical evaluation – K.N. Bondy 1983ArticleOnline ResourceTheories of learning – Learning and teaching briefing paper series – Lee Dunn 2002DocumentOnline ResourceNMC circular – sign off mentor criteria – Nursing and Midwifery Council 2010DocumentOnline ResourceMentoring and supervision in healthcare – Neil Gopee 2015BookQuinn’s principles and practice of nurse education – Francis M. Quinn, Suzanne J. Hughes 2013 (ebook)BookOnline ResourceWhy are nurse mentors failing to fail student nurses who do not meet clinical performance standards? – Jervis, Anne; Tilki, Mary 2011ArticleRobert Francis at RCN: ‘nursing is both vocation and profession’. – Peter Bradley 2014ArticleOnline ResourceAMEE Guide no. 34: teaching in the clinical environment. – Subha Ramani, Sam Leinster 2008ArticleOnline ResourceEmpowerment of nursing students in clinical practice: spheres of influence. – Caroline Bradbury-Jones, Fiona Irvine, Sally Sambrook 2010ArticleOnline ResourceFailing underperforming students: The role of grading in practice assessment – Vanessa Heaslip, Janet M.E. Scammell 2012ArticleOnline ResourceConstructive feedback – Lisa Dryden 13/11/2013ArticleOnline ResourceExploring failure to fail in pre-registration nursing – James Jude Vinales 11/03/2015ArticleOnline ResourceDeciding to fail – Kathleen Duffy 2013ArticleAssessing student nurses’ clinical skills: the ethical competence of mentors – N Gopee 2008ArticleOnline ResourceFailure to fail: assessing nursing students’ competence during practice placements – K Rutkowski 2007ArticleOnline ResourceFitness to practice and feedback to students: A literature review – Laura Wells, Moira McLoughlin 2014ArticleOnline ResourceExploring failure to fail in pre-registration nursing – James Jude Vinales 11/03/2015ArticleOnline ResourceMentorship, preceptorship, and clinical supervision: three key processes for supporting midwives. – S Lennox, J Skinner, M Foureur October 2008ArticleOnline ResourceThe nurse mentor’s companion – Kim Craig, Barbara Smith 2015BookThe practitioner as teacher – Susan M. Hinchliff 2004BookTeaching, assessing and evaluation for clinical competence: a practical guide for practitioners and teachers – Mary Neary 2000BookPreviewProfiles and portfolios of evidence – Ruth Pearce 2003 (book; ebook)BookOnline ResourceMentorship in healthcare 2015 (book; ebook)BookOnline ResourceThe adult learner: the definitive classic in adult education and human resource development – Malcolm S. Knowles, Elwood F. Holton, Richard A. Swanson 2015BookMentorship in healthcare 2015 (book; ebook)BookOnline ResourceExploring failure to fail in pre-registration nursing – James Jude Vinales 11/03/2015ArticleOnline ResourceAdditional options for achieving sign-off mentor criteria – A Glasper 2010ArticleOnline ResourceBelongingness: A montage of nursing students’ stories of their clinical placement experiences – Tracy Levett-Jones, Judith Lathlean, Margaret McMillan, Isabel Higgins 2007ArticleStandards to support learning and assessment in practice – Nursing and Midwifery Council 2008WebpageOnline ResourceQuinn’s principles and practice of nurse education – Francis M. Quinn, Suzanne J. Hughes 2013 (ebook)BookOnline ResourceThe Code for nurses and midwivesWebpageOnline ResourceDigitisations and readings 3 itemsSupporting failing students in practice 1: Assessment | Practice | Nursing TimesWebpage Please note this is a one time access to this article per browser, due to copyright restrictions. For example you can open only once via Internet Explorer and once via Chrome. Once you have opened it I suggest that you either save or print the PDF version, so you will be able to access the document again.Online ResourceRead status Add noteSupporting failing students in practice 2: Management – Kathleen Duffy, J Hardiacre 2007ArticleOnline ResourceIntegrating the 6Cs of nursing into mentorship practice. – PubMed – NCBI – K Duffy