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A Summary of Progress concerning the Eight Domains of Mentorship 1.) a. A mentor in the purest sense acts as a trusted ally and adviser typically older and with greater professional advancement. The mentor demonstrates responsibility for the development of a younger professional; instrumental in the process of education as in the context of the truest root of the word 'educere', to bring out from within.
b. An understanding of work preferences is integral to developing a bond of understanding between the student, the mentor and the demands of the nursing profession itself. In addition to the outgrowth of trusting working relationships among professionals, the mentorship development program provides a 'safety net' to blunt the consequences of learners' errors. This supervision allows me to learn from my mistakes safely, while at the same time advancing to greater positions of responsibility to achieve integration. c. During internship, the practicalities of classroom fundamentals come into play as a physical reality. While it has long been said that hands-on training is the only means to achieve true comprehension of a functional task; having the intellectual background provides a stronger basis for 'jumping in' to new learning environments. It gives my supervisor-mentor an easier point of reference to begin the induction to new departments, and new learning environments as needed. ...
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