It records their initial expectations of mentoring their experiences during the mentoring processes and their evaluation of the process thereafter.
Mentoring in the NHS: A case study based analysis New entrants into the profession whether at nursing or clinical level are traditionally mentored by established colleagues.
This is not only done so as to ensure that best practice is followed but also to introduce them into the culture of the organisation and the institution in question.
The underlying reasons behind refusing to eat may however be complex requiring careful and repeated assessment of the social and psychological state of the patient in question.
This dissertation uses not only secondary research but also interviews with nurses to evaluate both best theoretical practice and practice reality techniques to overcome this most distressing of conditions within the elderly.