The changing role and work of British nurse tutors: a study within two demonstration Project 2000 districts

The changing role and work of British nurse tutors: a study within two demonstration Project 2000... This study was designed to describe the main changes in the role and work of nurse tutors brought about by Project 2000 initiatives, with a view to exploring what the work of nurse tutors would be in the future It was centred upon two demonstration Project 2000 districts, chosen to provide contrasts Data were collected over a 15‐month period from a range of stake‐holders, but with the priority on nurse tutors themselves, using semi‐structured individual and group interviews The results showed that, in future, the role and work of nurse tutors would adapt to reflect the integration into a higher educational environment The main changes expected include alternative approaches to teaching and learning, for example student‐centred teaching and open modes of study, greater subject specialization, more teaching across ‘schools’, larger class involvement, more effective educational organization and management, closer liaison with the service provider units, and more effective time management The study found that nurse tutors would be required to diversify their work through new initiatives, to undertake consultancy and research and to compete more for resources — developments which were not universally welcomed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Advanced Nursing Wiley

The changing role and work of British nurse tutors: a study within two demonstration Project 2000 districts

Journal of Advanced Nursing, Volume 23 (2) – Feb 1, 1996

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Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1996 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
ISSN
0309-2402
eISSN
1365-2648
DOI
10.1111/j.1365-2648.1996.tb02684.x
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Abstract

This study was designed to describe the main changes in the role and work of nurse tutors brought about by Project 2000 initiatives, with a view to exploring what the work of nurse tutors would be in the future It was centred upon two demonstration Project 2000 districts, chosen to provide contrasts Data were collected over a 15‐month period from a range of stake‐holders, but with the priority on nurse tutors themselves, using semi‐structured individual and group interviews The results showed that, in future, the role and work of nurse tutors would adapt to reflect the integration into a higher educational environment The main changes expected include alternative approaches to teaching and learning, for example student‐centred teaching and open modes of study, greater subject specialization, more teaching across ‘schools’, larger class involvement, more effective educational organization and management, closer liaison with the service provider units, and more effective time management The study found that nurse tutors would be required to diversify their work through new initiatives, to undertake consultancy and research and to compete more for resources — developments which were not universally welcomed

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Published: Feb 1, 1996

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