Mentoring In Nursing

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An overview of the benefits of a mentoring program for nursing students. Brought to you by the University of Michigan School of Nursing.

Author: Valerie Y. Marsh, MSN, RN

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  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Match-Review of data base for similar values, background interest and professional development


    Group E-mail search for mentors


    Challenges-
    presented to the mentor/mentee matching process- matching what the mentee is looking for to a mentor, Mentees changing their mind during the process of selection, or changing jobs.

    Rewards-obtained by mentor/mentee matching process- rewards when the 1zt contact was made and a contract was signed
  • Many nurses find new and innovative ideas that create change in nursing practice, these ideas may have never come to be if someone did not encourage an innovative idea for research or theory.
  • Many nurses find new and innovative ideas that create change in nursing practice, these ideas may have never come to be if someone did not encourage an innovative idea for research or theory.
  • Many nurses find new and innovative ideas that create change in nursing practice, these ideas may have never come to be if someone did not encourage an innovative idea for research or theory.
  • Many nurses find new and innovative ideas that create change in nursing practice, these ideas may have never come to be if someone did not encourage an innovative idea for research or theory.
  • Nursing leadership roles will l be filled with nurses that are not qualified for the positions
  • Nursing leadership roles will l be filled with nurses that are not qualified for the positions
  • Nursing leadership roles will l be filled with nurses that are not qualified for the positions
  • Mentoring In Nursing

    1. 1. THE BENEFITS OF MENTORING IN NURSING Valerie Y. Marsh MSN, RN University of Michigan School of Nursing
    2. 2. 27.1% of new nurses leave nursing in the first year Pricewaterhouse Cooper Health Report (2007)
    3. 3. WHY?
    4. 4. Exhaustion
    5. 5. Frustration
    6. 6. Confusion
    7. 7. Nurses NEED Mentors
    8. 8. What does a mentor provide?
    9. 9. SUPPORT
    10. 10. WHEN?
    11. 11. During School
    12. 12. After Graduation
    13. 13. WHO WE ARE
    14. 14. The University of Michigan School of Nursing Second Career Alumni Mentoring Program
    15. 15. PURPOSE Foster mentorships that help transition second career nursing students into the nursing profession.
    16. 16. STRATEGY Mentors are matched with 1 students early in their education
    17. 17. STRATEGY Mentors help provide 2 guidance and direction during the students education
    18. 18. STRATEGY Upon graduation, mentors 3 provide advice and support to help young nurses grow
    19. 19. WHAT WE DO
    20. 20. RECRUIT MENTORS
    21. 21. TRAIN MENTORS
    22. 22. MATCH STUDENTS WITH MENTORS
    23. 23. MENTOR THE MENTORS
    24. 24. PROVIDE RESOLUTION
    25. 25. WHY WE DO IT
    26. 26. Commitment to training the best nurses in the country.
    27. 27. Goals of the University of Michigan Second Career Alumni Mentoring Program
    28. 28. Helps retain the next generation of nurses
    29. 29. Improves leadership skills
    30. 30. Enhances career development
    31. 31. Promotes Diversity
    32. 32. Improves Practical Knowledge of Young Nurses
    33. 33. Helps promote research in the nursing profession
    34. 34. Promotes camaraderie and trust among nurses
    35. 35. Mentoring creates a safety net for young nurses when they meet difficulties
    36. 36. Provides an opportunity for students to test out ideas
    37. 37. It provides a forum for candid feedback
    38. 38. It accelerates learning and decreases stress ..... the mentee is free to go forward with their objectives
    39. 39. WHY YOU SHOULD HELP
    40. 40. Nurses are leaving the nursing work force within the first six months of their nursing career
    41. 41. Lack of mentors in nursing will cause a decrease in nursing leadership and career advancement in the nursing profession
    42. 42. Nurses may become complacent and suffer burn out - leaving for a different career
    43. 43. WHAT WILL MENTORING ACCOMPLISH
    44. 44. Satisfaction from Helping Others
    45. 45. It expands the dreams of a new nurse to see the things as they can be in the future
    46. 46. It creates the opportunity to share your knowledge and leave a legacy
    47. 47. WHAT TO DO NEXT
    48. 48. If you’ve already made the commitment to be a mentor, take the next step... 50
    49. 49. ...contact your mentee. 51
    50. 50. If you are unfamiliar with the program or haven’t yet made a commitment... 52
    51. 51. Contact the: UM School of Nursing Office of Academic Affairs (734) 764-7188 Suite 1174, 400 N. Ingalls Ann Arbor, MI 48109 53
    52. 52. For further information about mentoring check out: UMHS Nursing Center for Professional Development and Mentoring http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/cpdm/index.htm 54
    53. 53. References • Benner,P., Tanner,C., & Chelsa,C., (1996) Expertise in Nursing Practice • Calarco, M (2007) U of M Mentor Action Day Power Point Presentation • Jacobi, M,.(1991) Mentoring and Undergraduate Academic Success: A Literature Review • Johnson,W.B.,Ridley,C.R.,(2004), The Elements of Mentoring, Palgrave Macmillan, NY, NY • Mendleson, J.L., Barnes, A.K., Horn, G. (1989), "The Guiding Light to Corporate Culture", Personal Administrator, Vol. 34 No.July, pp.70-2. • pricewaterhouse coopers Health Report (2007), What Works: Healing The Health Care Staffing Shortage • Roberts,L.M.,Spreitzer,G.,Dutton,J,Quinn,R.,Heapy,E.,Barker,B., (2005)How to Play to Your Strengths Harvard Business • White, H.L. (1990), "The SELF Method of Mentoring", Bureaucrat, Vol. 19 No.Spring, pp.45-8 • William O. Walker, M.D.*, Patrick C. Kelly, COL MC USA†, Roderick F. Hume, Jr., M.D‡,Mentoring for the New Millennium

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