This important resource investigates topics related to clinical education, professional supervision, and mentoring. Beyond student supervision, it discusses supervision of professionals in the work place and the emerging importance of professional mentoring for ongoing professional development. Its broad perspective is relevant to a wide range of health professions, including audiology, dietetics, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, prosthetics and orthotics, radiography, and speech-language pathology. Complex theoretical material is presented in a straightforward, "person-centered" approach that makes information easily accessible and applicable to practice.
- Written by multidisciplinary experts with academic and research backgrounds who also possess extensive practical experience in a variety of professional health fields.
- Reader-friendly, engaging material is grounded in current theory and evidence.
- Three distinct but interrelated fields - clinical education, professional supervision, and mentoring - are addressed together in one book for the first time.
- Supervision of professionals in their workplace is covered, as well as professional mentoring for ongoing professional development.
- Presents complex theoretical material in an engaging, "person-centered" approach.
- Acknowledges the importance of psychological well-being with chapters on the self in supervision and finding meaning and preventing burnout.
Chapter 1 - Introduction to clinical education, professional supervision and montoring
Part 1 - Introduction to terminology and definitions Miranda Rose and Dawn Best
Part 2 - Context for clinical education, professional supervision and mentoring Miranda Rose and Dawn Best
Part 3 - Clinical education, professional supervision and mentoring a perspective from the UK Della Fish
Part 4 - Clinical education, professional supervision and mentoring: a perspective from the USA Marisue Pickering
Part 5 - Clinical education, professional supervision and mentoring: a perspective from Canada Paul Hagler
Section 1 The Clinical Education Process and the Role of the Clincal Educator
Chapter 2 - Models of clincal education Beverly Joffe
Chapter 3 - Costs of clinical education Paul Hagler
Chapter 4 - Exploring the roles of the clinical educator
Part 1 - Introduction Dawn Best
Part 2 - The manager role Louise Brown and Mary Kennedy-Jones
Part 3 - Instructor, observer and provider of feedback Jennifer Marriott and Kirstie Galbraith
Part 4 - Counsellor Role Michael McGartland
Part 5 - Assessor role Helen McBurney
Section 2 Teaching and Learning
Chapter 5 - Domains of teaching and learning
Part 1 - Understanding clinical knowledge and developing clincal expertise Helen Edwards, Dawn Best and Miranda Rose
Part 2 - Manual Skills Margaret C. Hodge and Matthew Oates
Part 3 - Attitudes Dawn Best and Megan Davidson
Chapter 6 - Learning about learning Dawn Best, Miranda Rose and Helen Edwards
Chapter 7 - Reflection, practice and clinical education Marilyn Baird and Jane Winter</EM
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- © Churchill Livingstone 2005
- 26th August 2005
- Churchill Livingstone
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School of Communication Disorders, Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, Australia
School of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Carlton, Victoria, Australia