Consider your rote as a mentor in your clinical setting; how do you ensure the needs of learners are met alongside, Vou the learning opportunities available for learners?
When I first met Jane I asked how she felt about coming to theatre and took time to talk through an Placement can offer which is the same (nursing care) as many other experiences; I also highlighted t placement and how her perioperative experience should help her to become a better nurse caring (Jokelainen et al 2011). l asked Jane to share her expectations of me as her mentor and we discuss might not always be working with Jane; however I will ensure that she is well supported. I told an of the time and, when I assign colleagues to work with her during my absence, I will be gaining fe( (Nursing and Midwifery Council 2008) . Jane said that my approach made her feel well supported arrangements. I reiterated that I understand that some students can find a perioperative placem suitable ongoing support. I also said that I would ensure that, if something particularly interestin 'observe the case. When working clinically I ensured that Jane worked with me, I needed to dete /comfortable and was enjoying the experience.