Free Course - Building Research Competence in Nursing Through Mentoring

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    the purpose of this course is to explore how mentoring can be used to build research competence in nursing in various professional and geographic settings. discrete projects, multiple mentor sources, and mutually beneficial peer relationships can enable mentoring across ones career. psychosocial dimensions of mentoring support creative work. when scholarly productivity with funded research is the desired outcome, intense involvement of a protg with an expert researcher is essential.
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    VickyRN has '16' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Gerontological, cardiac, med-surg, peds'. From 'Under the shadow of His wings...'; Joined Mar '01; Posts: 12,049; Likes: 6,484.

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    Good course about mentoring.

    How does one actually go about finding a mentor in the workplace or elsewhere outside of school? Do you just walk up to someone and use the "M" word?

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