Coaching Impact Circle: A Framework for Organisational Development
Liz Westcott, DCM, MSc, Nursing, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, United Kingdom
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Westcott, Liz (2016-03-21)Session presented on Sunday, November 8, 2015: This presentation will share the results of empirical research undertaken into the role that coaching is playing in the development of nurse managers. Background: The role of ...
Values-based interprofessional education: Why these are so important for patient care and nursing education Westcott, LizResults of research to understand concepts of values based practice and interprofessional education and how they can be embedded within a nursing and broader health care curriculum to improve patient care.
Luiking, Marie-Louise; Patel, Harshida; Lomba, Maria Lurdes; Merrell, Joy; Westcott, Liz; Scammell, Janet M. E.; Apostolo, Joao Luis AlvesThis session will inform you about strategies which the European Regional members are using to influence policy, education, research and practice at all levels. These valuable initiatives may be transferable to your region ...
Nickitas, Donna M. Costello (2017-09-26)The purpose of this educational activity is to provide a professional model for career development ensuring the learner identifies, appreciates, and creates successful pathways to selecting ideal mentors and advisors.
Case study: Using innovative curriculum design and interdisciplinary, international collaboration to develop a nurse practitioner leader to impact global health outcomes Davis, Sandra L.; Mills, Ellen M.; Schade, Diane (2012-9-12)The world is becoming smaller. We are now touched by human conditions that were once foreign and far-removed. Technology and transportation provide access to people and places that were once inaccessible. Increasing numbers ...