Mentorstvo medicinskih sester in njihovi pogledi na učinkovitost prakse univerzitetnih študentov

  • Monika Govekar-Okoliš Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta
  • Nataša Kermavnar Univerzitetni klinični center Ljubljana
Ključne besede: mentorstvo medicinskih sester, mentorji medicinskih sester, pogledi, univerzitetni študenti, praksa

Povzetek

Članek opisuje poglede medicinskih sester na učinkovitost njihovega mentorstva univerzitetnim študentom zdravstvene nege v eni od javnih bolnišnic v Sloveniji. To področje je najmanj raziskano, zlasti pri ocenjevanju učinkov mentorstva medicinskih sester. Namen kvantitativne študije je ugotoviti položaj in učinke mentorstva medicinskih sester za študente v času njihove prakse. Uporabljena je bila deskriptivna metoda empiričnega raziskovanja. Raziskava je temeljila na analizi vprašalnika za mentorje. Cilj je bil ugotoviti poglede mentorjev, medicinskih sester, na učinkovitost mentorstva, kako povečati učinkovitost mentorstva in kako mentorji ocenjujejo svoje kompetence, težave itd. Ugotovitve raziskave prinašajo nova spoznanja in pomembna priporočila, kako izboljšati mentorstvo v zdravstveni praksi študentov. Raziskava je pokazala, da mentorji potrebujejo pedagoško in andragoško znanje. Rezultati so pomembni za izboljšanje kakovosti mentorstva medicinskih sester ter pozitivno vplivajo na njihovo nadaljnje izobraževanje in strokovni razvoj. V prihodnje bi bilo tudi priporočljivo vzpostaviti slovensko, evropsko in mednarodno mrežo mentorstva medicinskih sester za študente. To bi spodbudilo mednarodno sodelovanje mentorjev medicinskih sester, povečalo učinkovitost njihovega mentorstva ter izboljšalo zdravstveno prakso in zaposlovanje študentov.

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Govekar-OkolišM., & KermavnarN. (2020). Mentorstvo medicinskih sester in njihovi pogledi na učinkovitost prakse univerzitetnih študentov. Andragoška Spoznanja, 26(2), 87-103. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.26.2.87-103