The ideal role of the nurse teacher in the clinical area: a comparison of the perspectives of mental health, learning difficulties and general nurses.

@article{Brown1998TheIR,
  title={The ideal role of the nurse teacher in the clinical area: a comparison of the perspectives of mental health, learning difficulties and general nurses.},
  author={Nick A. Brown and Simon Forrest and Laurence Pollock},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing},
  year={1998},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={11-9}
}
This paper reports findings from a study that explored trained nurses' and student nurses' perceptions of the nurse teachers' ideal role in the clinical area. Findings demonstrate a dichotomy of opinion regarding the ideal role of the nurse teacher in the clinical area that relates to the nursing specialties in which trained nurses work. Trained nurses working in general nursing areas favoured a product-focused, inspectorate supervisory role for nurse teachers. Conversely, trained nurses… CONTINUE READING