Using Action Research To Foster Mentor Engagement In The Development of Quality Clinical Placements in Aged Care for Undergaduate Health Care Students

Sharon Andrews, Emma Lea, Marguerite Bramble, Claire Eccleston, Brigit Stratton, Claire Morley, Andrew Robinson

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Abstract

Health care students undertake highly variable clinical placements in aged care facilities (ACFs), with mixed results in terms of student satisfaction. While aged care staff take on the role of student mentor/preceptor they generally have limited opportunity to shape how student placement is structured.
Original languageEnglish
Pages13
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventThe International Psychogeriatric Association International Meeting - Cairns, Australia
Duration: 07 Sep 201211 Sep 2012

Conference

ConferenceThe International Psychogeriatric Association International Meeting
CountryAustralia
CityCairns
Period07/09/1211/09/12

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    Andrews, S., Lea, E., Bramble, M., Eccleston, C., Stratton, B., Morley, C., & Robinson, A. (2012). Using Action Research To Foster Mentor Engagement In The Development of Quality Clinical Placements in Aged Care for Undergaduate Health Care Students. 13. Paper presented at The International Psychogeriatric Association International Meeting, Cairns, Australia.