The importance of the role of mentors and the quality of the mentorship offered in the practice environment, wherever that may be, cannot be over-emphasised. This guidance outlines the responsibilities of a mentor alongside those of students, higher education institutions (HEIs) and practice-based learning providers.Download
The RCN recognises the importance and value of high quality practice-based learning environments for nursing and midwifery students. This publication will help students to think about how to get the most from their practice placements, explore what they can bring to the placement and what to expect in terms of learning experiences, and recognise their own responsibilities alongside those of higher education institutions and practice-based learning providers.Download
The format of this toolkit is based on that used by the University of Southampton booklet Supporting students with dyslexia in practice. Grateful thanks go to the University of Southampton, and in particular to Janet Skinner, for permission to use and develop this format. Thanks should also go to colleagues from around the UK who acted as a sounding board and in some cases provided specific material. Finally, invaluable insights into what it is like living (and working) with one of these conditions have been provided by members’ personal stories – excerpts of which are threaded throughout this toolkit.Download
Thornfields is an award-winning training provider offering high quality, relevant and interactive primary care training courses to practice managers and staff in the primary care sector.Visit Site
First Practice Management (FPM) is the UK’s premier resource for GP practice managers. Theyhelp practice managers to get their practice compliant with regulation and to stay compliant. Their experts are focused on keeping members up to date with the latest legislation and providing support, guidance and time-saving resources that help drive practice efficiencies.Visit Site
The Richmond Training Hub supports multiprofessional primary care workforce development and transformation. Funded mainly by Health Education England (HEE) we do this by co-ordinating training as well as undertaking various pilots and initiatives to test new ways of working.
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