Lloyd-Jones, Netta; Walkey, Kate; Agnew, Sue; Kenward, Linda and Campbell, John (2006). Implementing NMC standards for learning, and assessing in practice(2006): a demonstration of effective partnership between a higher education institution and NHS Trust placement partners. NMC , The Nursing and Midwifery Council Website .Full text available as:
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This paper provides an account of the collaborative approach taken to implement professional standards in teaching, learning and assessing in practice for nursing and midwifery. How challenges for effective partnership working between university and placement/practice education provider were overcome are presented. Processes and issues which arose when new national regulatory professional standards of practice education were introduced are highlighted.
The partnership work ensured a robust process to locally interpreting and implementing the NMC Standards for Supporting Learning and Assessing in Practice (2006). This was achieved and resulted in a county wide agreed implementation of the Standards across NHS Oxfordshire and beyond.
The key requirements of the Standards and the challenges identified are presented together with how issues were addressed.
The approach taken by an established partnership working group is described and the products of the process are detailed, including listing 'top tips' for successful partnership working.
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|Date Deposited:||06 Jun 2011 12:34|
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