Mentorship for paramedic practice: is it the end of the road?
Friday, August 27, 2010
This final article in the series of mentorship for paramedic practice concludes with the identification and management of the struggling or failing student. Although fortunately a relatively uncommon occurrence in practice, mentors will occasionally be required to manage their own students and also other mentors' students who are experiencing difficulties in practice. This article addresses some of these issues, such as identifying and managing problematic behaviour and also the use of various strategies by which to manage to students, including the use of action plans. The article concludes with the issue of inconsistent mentorship and the effect that this can have on the students.
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