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Supporting a student. A tale of three students. A tale of three students. Julie John Jo. Background Julie. qualified for two years appointed to a training post within your department

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supporting a student

Supporting a student

A tale of three students

background julie
Background Julie
  • qualified for two years
  • appointed to a training post within your department
  • previous post: staff nurse on a general medical ward
  • She is hard working, keen to succeed but lacks confidence
  • Very process driven – “tell me what to do and I’ll do it” approach
strengths and challenges associated with supporting julie
Strengths and challenges associated with supporting Julie
  • Highly motivated – wants to succeed
  • Process driven:

- good at a tick box approach

  • Downside: “Tell me what to do and I’ll do it” suggests she has difficulties thinking outside the box
  • Learning contract – supports both parties
  • Supportive strategies
  • Build on and nurture her motivation and wish to succeed
  • Help her to think creatively using past experiences in both OH and non-OH settings
background john
Background John
  • making a permanent career move into OH
  • undertaking his degree in OH Nursing by distance learning
  • previously a charge nurse in A&E
  • very confident: can “think on his feet”
  • Can be challenging to manage
strengths and challenges associated with supporting john
Strengths and challenges associated with supporting John
  • Distance learning – sometimes the only option available
  • Not all students take to D/L opportunities
  • Student must be a “self-starter” and independent learner
  • Fewer opportunities for classroom learning and peer support
  • Learning contract – supports both parties
  • Supportive strategies
  • A member of your staff – identify the reasons why he can be difficult to manage
  • Very confident – could this be causing problems
background jo
Background - Jo
  • ITU background
  • Sustained a neck and back injury at work
  • Decided on a career move into OH
  • Now a F/T OHN student
  • Very able
  • Highly motivated
  • Wishes to eventually set up her own OH consultancy
strengths and challenges associated with supporting jo
Strengths and challenges associated with supporting Jo
  • Self funding– not one of your staff
  • Very able–less able/less knowledgeable OHNs may find this challenging
  • Independent learner
  • Keen to learn the minutiae of practice issues gaining a breadth of experience
  • Learning contract – supports both parties
  • Encourage Jo to identify what she wants to learn in the practice setting
  • As with all three students Identify opportunities for alternative practice – Jo may surprise you with her ideas
standards underpinning scphn programmes
Standards underpinning SCPHN programmes
  • http://www.nmc-uk.org/Documents/NMC-Publications/NMC-Standards-of-proficiency-for-specialist-communicty-public-health-nurses.pdf
10 key standards with principles and domains
10 key Standards – with principles and domains:
  • Surveillance and assessment of the population's health and well-being
  • Promoting and protecting the population's health and well-being
  • Developing quality and risk management within an evaluative culture
  • Collaborative working for health and well-being
  • Developing health programmesand services and reducing inequalities
  • Policy and strategy development and implementation.
  • Working with and for communities.
  • Strategic leadership for health and well-being.
  • Research and development.
  • Ethically managing self, people and resources
10 key standards with principles and domains1
10 key Standards – with principles and domains:
  • Surveillance and assessment – health surveillance – audio/spiro
  • Promoting and protecting health and well-being –fundamental to OH practice
  • Developing quality and risk management within an evaluative culture health and risk assessment
  • Collaborative working for health and well-being multi-disciplinary working
  • Developing health programmes and services and reducing inequalities special/vulnerable groups eg workers with disabilities
10 key standards with principles and domains2
10 key Standards – with principles and domains:
  • Policy and strategy development and implementation – involve in policy development – material collection
  • Working with and for communities – special groups –expectant/new mothers; young/older workers.
  • Strategic leadership for health and well-being – explore how the OHS can lead on health issues.
  • Research and development – evidence based practice.
  • Ethically managing self, people and resources -budgeting