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Her teaching is driven by the need to develop practitioners who can have sensitive and compassionate conversations with people who are faced with end-of-life situations. Alison Trenerry is the education, quality and learning environment lead at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. Her role focuses on enhancing the learning experience in the clinical practice setting for students and on the support of mentors and educators who work closely with students who over three years are developing their competencies for registration.

An introduction to clinical decision-making in practice Mary-Jane Baker 8. Advanced decision-making: involving patients and relatives in decisions on care Jackie Bridges Section 4: Leadership, management and team working 9. Effective leadership, management and team working skills Yvonne Middlewick 10. Enhancing and developing leadership, management and team working skills in the community setting Heather Bain and Mark Rawlinson 11. Leadership, management and team working in an acute care setting Debbie Goode and Pauline Black Section 5: Achieving competencies: simulation, working with mentors and learning when working abroad 12.

He is a leading solution-focused therapist and heads one of the few training courses in solution focused brief therapy in the UK. Steve has a range of skills in developing tailor-made education for practitioners in this area as well as progressing research to improve the patient experience. Cathy Sullivan is a lecturer at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton. She has a professional background in adult nursing and mental health practice. She is keenly interested in learning in practice and believes that a practice experience is not just the place where students put ‘theory into practice’ but is most essentially the time where the principles of practice are learned, as well as giving students an opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills already gained.

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