Supporting failing students in practice 2: management.
ABSTRACT This two-part unit examines the issue of students who fail in clinical practice. Part 1 explored reasons for failure, assessment and emotional challenges mentors may face when supporting underperforming students. This part, part 2, discusses the management of failing students.
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ABSTRACT: Wernicke's encephalopathy (WE) is a serious medical emergency whose pathogenesis is well understood and reviewed in this paper. Summarizing the evidence for its prophylaxis and management, the authors suggest that, in the UK, there is evidence that many patients identified as being at risk of WE currently do not receive appropriate treatment, despite the availability (not universal) of guidelines and protocols.Alcohol and Alcoholism 10/2012; 48(1). DOI:10.1093/alcalc/ags111 · 2.09 Impact Factor
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ABSTRACT: The research literature has shown the expectations towards preceptors and their need of support in their role. Group supervision has been used for many years to promote nurses in their professional role, but no study has been found on how group supervision can support them as preceptors. This study aimed to explore how group supervision could influence the preceptors' views of their role and how they valued this participation. Forty-eight preceptors, who took part in a 1 year group supervision program conducted by nurse lecturers, filled in open-ended questionnaires before the first and after the last session. The data were analyzed by means of qualitative content analysis. The findings showed changes in the participants' views of the preceptor role, indicating that this group supervision model had a positive influence on the preceptors' pedagogical and professional thinking and supported their attainment of good preceptorship. Further research is needed in using group supervision as a tool to support preceptors.Nursing and Health Sciences 04/2009; 11(2):107 - 113. DOI:10.1111/j.1442-2018.2009.00455.x · 0.85 Impact Factor