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Evaluation of nurse and midwife education in Scotland

Evaluation of nurse and midwife education in Scotland

1992 programmes : final report

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Published by Department of Nursing and Community Health, Glasgow Caledonian University in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing -- Study and teaching -- Scotland -- Evaluation.,
  • Midwifery -- Study and teaching -- Scotland -- Evaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNick May ... (et al.).
    ContributionsMay, Nick., National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting for Scotland., Glasgow Caledonian University. Department of Nursing and Community Health.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 409, (42)p. :
    Number of Pages409
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17529813M
    ISBN 101901248062

      It also discusses how nurse educators can use evaluation methods to improve their teaching practice and achieve revalidation with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (). Evaluation of teaching Evaluation in education involves collecting and using information to determine whether the education and/or teaching provided is successful and. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: This element of the larger Scottish evaluation aimed to explore differences between access routes, cohorts and higher education institutes (HEI) (universities and colleges) in levels of self-efficacy, student support and self-reported competence in a nationally representative sample of student nurses and by:

      THIS IS an important work for midwifery in Scotland and for the history of the specialty in general. Nurse, midwife and author Lindsay Reid has put together a readable, illustrated social history from written and verbal sources, recounting the despair of unemployment, coals that really were kept in the bath and midwives who ‘lived our lives in fleas’. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) model of statutory supervision for midwives ceased in following a change in UK legislation. In response, the Scottish Government and NHS Education for Scotland (NES) worked with NHS Health Boards to develop a Author: Key Susan, Marshall Helene, Martin Caroline J Hollins.

    We are the nursing and midwifery regulator for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Confirm a nurse, midwife or nursing associate’s registration. Please note. Regulating standards for nursing and midwifery education. Learn more. Criteria Search. Standards framework for nursing and midwifery education 2 About these standards Realising professionalism: Standards for education and training includes the Standards framework for nursing1 and midwifery education, Standards for student supervision and assessment, and programme standards specific to each approved programme.


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The authors of an evaluation of the new programmes of nurse and midwife education in Scotland summarise their findings and methods. Students were found to be enjoying rich educational experiences. However, they did identify a number of problems in initial programme development, achievement of student roles and in assessment of by: Project Team Leader, National Evaluation of Project Nurse Education and Pre Registration Midwife Education in Scotland, Department of Nursing and Community Health, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow G4 0BA, Scotland.

Search for more papers by this authorCited by: for Scotland Strategy (SEHD ) tasked Dir ectors of Nursing and Midwifery with exploring employment opportunities for those exiting pre-regi stration education.

Title Nursing and Midwifery in Scotland: Being Fit for Practice. The Report of the Evaluation of Fitness For Practice Pre­Registration Nursing and Midwifery Curricula Project.

Authors Lauder, W, Roxburgh, M, Holland, K, Johnson, M, Watson, R, Porter, M, Topping, K and Behr, A Type MonographFile Size: 1MB. Eligibility. Students’ eligibility is governed by the Nursing and Midwifery Student Allowances (Scotland) Regulations This booklet is only intended to guide students to the main eligibility criteria set out in these regulations; it is not intended to be exhaustive.

Students undertaking courses in pre-registration nursing and midwifery leading to the award of a degree may be eligible for a. The National Guidance for Clinical Academic Research Careers for Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions in Scotland [33] emphasises the importance of research and evidence-based practice at all levels of practice, including provision within pre-registration programmes.

Setting The Direction For Nursing & Midwifery Education in Scotland. Introduction by the Chief Nursing Officer, the Chair of the Scottish Executive Nurse Directors, and the Chair of the Scottish Heads of Academic Nursing and Allied Health Professions.

Supporting files. Download. The Chief Nursing Officer's Education Review identified a range of strategies that promote the quality of our students and pre-registration education programmes in Scotland.

Both the Review and the Willis Commission[22] found clear evidence of high quality modern nursing education. In addition, the results from the Student Nursing & Midwifery Pre-registration Education Programme Performance. Enhancing mentorship - NHS Education for Scotland, in partnership with the universities and service providers, established The National Approach to Mentor Preparation[28] and the Practice Education Facilitator (PEF) and Care Home Education Facilitator (CHEF) roles.

Background Standards for pre-registration midwifery education are being reviewed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. In Wales a pre-qualifying skills passport (PQSP) has been in use for almost 5. Evaluation of Practice Education Facilitator Project. The Practice Education Facilitator Project is a joint initiative between the Scottish Executive Health Department (now Scottish Government Health Directorates), NHS Education for Scotland (NES), Higher Education Institutions.

Pre-registration nursing & midwifery provision in Scotland Introduction Nursing and midwifery staff account for over 42% of the NHS Scotland Workforce.1 Ten universities in Scotland are currently responsible for educating pre-registration nurses and midwives in Scotland.2 In 3, students commenced courses in nursing and midwifery3.

TheFile Size: KB. Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland (3),our nursing and midwifery strategy for –,was published in March The strategy defined seven key themes and a range of specific objectives to prioritise, plan and deliver education and learning for nurses and Size: KB.

Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland - NES nursing and midwifery strategy: – Welcome to the Edition of the Nursing & Midwifery Mentor Bulletin, which has been prepared by a group of Practice Education Facilitators (PEFs) from across Scotland to enhance your mentoring activities.

Find Out More. The National Nursing and. Introduction. The first year post-qualifying as a nurse or midwife is often seen as a key transitional period. Concerns about the difficulties that may occur during this period are reflected in the ‘Caring for Scotland’ Nursing Strategy which identified the provision of structured support for newly qualified nurses as an action point (Scottish Executive Health Department, ).Cited by: nursing, practising midwifery graduates and their supervisors were all sought for the evaluation.

In Augustthe direct entry training option was introduced. It is planned that this option will involve three years midwifery training. Nursing qualifications are not a.

Supporting Scotland's nurses and midwives. The first NES nursing and midwifery strategy, Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland, set out the key themes and priorities for NES nursing and midwifery education from to SWAP.

Higher education for mature students. Midwifery SWAP does not offer direct progression to Midwifery. If you are seeking a career as a midwife, you should consult with the relevant universities' admissions officers regarding the best route for you, given your current qualifications.

Newsletter. Future Nurse and Midwife Programme Board (FNMPB) newsletter. A newsletter has been developed on behalf of the programme board by the Communications group associated with workstream 6 within the FNMPB workplan.

Introduction. In the United Kingdom, the Nursing and Midwifery Council's (NMC) prime responsibility is public protection. In relation to midwifery education the NMC has a duty to ensure that all education providers (known as Approved Education Institutions, [AEIs] and all of which are currently universities in the UK), deliver pre-registration midwifery programmes that prepare students who are Cited by:.

Updated daily! Explore all research articles, conference papers, preprints and more on MIDWIFERY EDUCATION. Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on.These data are consistent with those reported by Holland et al.

(), who evaluated the nursing and midwifery curriculum in Scotland. In that study, students who were close to qualifying expressed their concerns about being able to cope in practice as a registered practitioner, however senior health professionals, while acknowledging that lack of confidence, felt that this lack of confidence was Cited by: We set standards of education, training, conduct and performance for nurses and midwives in the UK and nursing associates in England Standards for education We review and maintain standards for nursing and midwifery education and practice at both pre and post-registration levels.