Chapter 7. Individual Accounts
Published Online: 16 APR 2008
Copyright © 2001 Whurr Publishers Ltd
Caring for Madness: The Role of Personal Experience in the Training of Mental Health Nurses
How to Cite
Ramsamy, S. (2001) Individual Accounts, in Caring for Madness: The Role of Personal Experience in the Training of Mental Health Nurses, Whurr Publishers Ltd, Philadelphia, PA, USA. doi: 10.1002/9780470699256.ch7
- Published Online: 16 APR 2008
- Published Print: 12 FEB 2001
Print ISBN: 9781861562005
Online ISBN: 9780470699256
- common foundation programme;
- mental health;
- self-directed learning;
- clinical placements;
- clinical staff
The prelims comprise:
Category 1: The Relevance of Experience to Training
Theory and Practice: How Do Students Bridge the Gap?
The Role of Mentorship/Supervision: How Do Students Learn within this Mode? This Question Targets the Perceptions of Self and Other During the 3-year Course. The Subcategories Were:
Learning in the Clinical Setting: How the Students Relate to the Real-life Learning environment
How Do Students Perceive their Relationship with Others in Clinical Settings?
What Effect Does Training Have on the Students?