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Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Mindelsohn Way, B15 2GW Birmingham, United Kingdom
With advances in medicine and technology, evolving perioperative clinical roles and the current economic, political and social climate, the need for high quality and effective mentorship in practice cannot be emphasised enough. These influences can have positive and negative effects on the ability to develop rewarding and challenging learning environments that values, engages, inspires and motivates its learners.
It is integral that we understand the true value of mentorship in healthcare; the impact of learning in relation to patient safety and quality care delivery and, how positively contributing towards fundamental changes in mentorship can ultimately contribute to shaping future perioperative practitioners. Designed to inspire current and future mentors, the day is aimed at all perioperative practitioners, nurses, ODPs, managers, clinical educators.
Learning outcomes for the day are:-
• Identifying the challenges of a changing world on mentorship
• Sharing best practice on developing the qualities, skills and behaviours of the current and future workforce
• Gaining a deeper insight into understanding the impact of learning in relation to patient safety and quality care delivery
• Exploring techniques and tools that can be utilised when dealing with challenging behaviours in practice
• Raising awareness on potential barriers that can affect the learning environment and developing action plans
• Exploring failure to fail, raising concerns and the processes to follow
• Highlighting the importance of effective two way communication and constructive feedback
• Gaining a clearer understanding of accountability and responsibility of the clinical mentor in relation to NMC & HCPC
• Gaining a deeper insight into own behaviours, personality types and emotional intelligence