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100 1  Grossman, Sheila C 
245 10 Mentoring in Nursing :|bA Dynamic and Collaborative 
       Process, Second Edition 
250    2nd ed 
264  1 New York :|bSpringer Publishing Company,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (212 pages) 
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505 0  Cover Page -- Mentoring in Nursing: A Dynamic and 
       Collaborative Process -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -
       - Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Mentoring: The Evolvement 
       of a Network of Mentors, Preceptors, and Coaches -- The 
       Process of Mentoring -- Additional Support Roles Involved 
       in Mentoring -- Precepting -- Coaching -- Reciprocity -- 
       Components of The Mentoring Process -- Reciprocity -- 
       Collaboration and Partnership -- Mutually Defined Goals --
       Learning -- Development of Both the Mentor and Mentee -- 
       Relationship -- Rationales For The Emergence of 
       Contemporary Mentoring -- Types of Mentoring -- Multiple 
       Mentoring -- Peer and Co-Mentoring -- Characteristics of 
       The Classic Mentoring Relationship -- Stages of The 
       Mentoring Process -- Advantages and Disadvantages of 
       Mentoring -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: A 
       Mentoring Culture for Nurses -- Definition of Mentoring in
       Nursing -- A Guided Experience -- Formal Versus Informal 
       Assignments: Stages of the Mentoring Process -- Mutually 
       Agreed-On Duration -- Positive Outcomes Generated for 
       Mentor and Mentee -- Caring, Culturally Competent, and 
       Respectful Environment -- The Mentoring Culture -- 
       Mentoring Models in Nursing -- Mentoring in Clinical 
       Settings -- Mentoring and Classroom Teaching -- Mentoring 
       Doctoral Students -- Mentoring of Faculty -- Culturally 
       Competent Mentoring -- Examples of Developing Mentoring in
       Nursing -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Coaching
       Each Other to Empower -- Empowerment -- Strategies to 
       Empower Oneself and Others -- Enabling -- Recognition and 
       Pride Generated From Healthy Work Environments -- 
       Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Strategies for 
       Developing Mentorships in Nursing One Size Does Not Fit 
       All -- Characteristics of Effective Mentors and Mentees --
       The Generational Implications For Mentors and Mentees -- 
       Mentoring Models -- Classic Mentoring Model 
505 8  Multiple Mentoring Model -- Peer Mentoring Model -- 
       Mentoring Partnerships -- E-Mentoring -- Paper Mentorships
       -- Multicultural Competence in Mentoring -- Precepting 
       Models -- Role Modeling -- Shadowing Model -- Coaching 
       Models -- Variables to Assist With Mentor-Mentee Pairing -
       - Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: The Mentor 
       Perspective on How Best to Encourage Others -- Mentoring, 
       Preceptin, and Coaching -- Role of the Effective Mentor, 
       Preceptor, and Coach -- Examples of Effectrive and 
       Ineffective Mentoring -- Characteristics of Effective 
       Mentors, Preceptors, and Coaches -- Benefits of Being a 
       Mentor, Preceptor, or Coach -- Conclusion -- References --
       Chapter 6: The Mentee Perspective on How Best to Become 
       Empowered -- Why one Needs Mentoring -- Developing an 
       Effective Relationship for the Mentee -- Choosing 
       Effective Mentors, Preceptors, and Coaches -- Benefits and
       Possible Negatives of Being a Mentee -- Conclusion -- 
       References -- Chapter 7: Need for Evaluation of Mentoring 
       -- Lack of Measurement of Mentoring Outcomes -- 
       Professional Versus Personal Outcomes of Mentoring -- 
       Professional Outcomes -- Personal Outcomes -- Leadership 
       Variables Related to Mentoring -- Strategies to Measure 
       Outcomes of Mentoring -- Examples of Measuring Mentoring 
       Outcomes -- Mentors and Mentees -- Conclusion -- 
       References -- Chapter 8: Building a Mentoring Culture in 
       Nursing: Implications for the Future -- Encouraging to 
       Mentor Others -- Advantages of Early Networking for 
       Building Careers and the Profession -- Creative Incentives
       for Mentors and Mentees -- Impact of Having a Mentoring 
       Culture for The Nursing Profession -- Impact of Having a 
       Mentoring Culture for Work Organizations -- Impact of 
       Having a Mentoring Culture for Mentors and Mentees -- 
       Conclusion -- References -- Annotated Bibliography -- 
       Index 
520    Transformative Learning Theory offers a uniquely inclusive
       methodology across all levels of nursing education for 
       educators and students focused on common nursing arenas 
       and situations. This is the only book to present practical,
       innovative strategies for novice and experienced nurse 
       educators to apply Transformative Learning Theory in 
       various curricula, courses, and learning situations. 
       Geared for adult and returning students, the text 
       addresses common learning issues from both learner and 
       teacher perspectives, enabling educators and students to 
       apply Transformative Learning to evaluate their own 
       authentic transformation throughout their careers. Key 
       Features: Offers a uniquely inclusive theory and 
       methodology "Transformative Learning Theory" across degree
       levels for educators and students Includes practical 
       learning strategies and activities for a broad nursing 
       curriculum Addresses the needs of novice nurse educators 
       with clinical, but limited pedagogical, expertise and 
       experienced nurse educators seeking new frameworks and 
       techniques Provides direct application for classroom, 
       online, or hybrid learning environments Covers all aspects
       of simulation Designed for graduate nursing education 
       courses 
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