Cited in the 2015 Willis review on nurse education as an exemplary system-wide approach for supporting learning in practice, Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP) is an innovative coaching model that empowers students to take the lead in their practice through creating positive learning cultures.
Collaborative Learning in Practice provides a detailed description of the CLiP model and explains how coaching can be integrated into a range of learning conversations. Written by an experienced team of practitioners, this unique text describes the theoretical basis of the CLiPmodel, highlights potential pitfalls and successes, and offers practical guidance on implementation. A wealth of real-world case studies demonstrates how the CLiPmodel works in a range of professional and practice settings, considering healthcare education, research and leadership. This authoritative book:
Provides an overview of the innovative CLiP model of practice-based learning, linked to the NMC standards for student supervision and assessment
Offers numerous real-life examples of how to implement and evaluate CLIP in practice
Explores the use of reverse mentoring to update and share knowledge collaboratively
Discusses how coaching approaches such as GROW and OSCAR can enhance learning experiences
Includes access to online learning tools including self-assessment tests, additional practical scenarios and case studies, and links to further reading
Developing practitioner knowledge and skill through an accessible, reader-friendly approach,Collaborative Learning in Practice is an essential resource for nursing and allied healthcare educators, nursing and healthcare students, and practice mentors, supervisors, and assessors in clinical environments.