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The focus of this book is mentoring within educational and health care settings, where nursing students and professional nurses must learn how to assess and negotiate multiple systems. Entering a new system, whether it is an educational environment or a health care environment, is conceptualized as a new culture. This book discusses various perspectives of mentoring, and, as the individual reader reflects upon the provided TIPS (thoughts, ideas, possible strategies), it presents strategies unique to each person regarding how to maximize the mentoring experience within a specific mentor structure.
In this book, we have provided practical advice for how to mentor students at all levels within the educational system as well as new and seasoned nurses within health care systems as they assume new roles. Mentees/protégés will learn how to request and apply guidance from their mentors. Students will also receive advice on seeking out mentors and resolving issues when the relationships are not meeting their needs. As the environments in which we find ourselves become increasingly global, students and nurses in the United States and those coming to the United States have a variety of expectations and fears coupled with cultural, gender, and religious considerations that affect how they will function in a new society.
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Dr. Susan Baxley, PhD, RN, graduated with a bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Texas System School of Nursing. Her master of science is from Texas Woman s University, and her PhD is from the University of Texas at Arlington. During her education, she received scholarships and the Ferne and Evan Kyba dissertation fellowship to assist with her studies. She also received an award from Southern Nursing Research Society for the podcast "What Is a Nurse Scientist?" Baxley's research and publications have focused on Mexican women and mentoring. Baxley has practiced nursing for more than 45 years, specializing in maternal-infant health.
Dr. Kristina Ibitayo, PhD, RN, is a graduate from Hesston College (ADN), and her education at the University of Texas at Tyler includes a bachelor of science in journalism, bachelor of science in nursing, master of science in nursing, and a master of science in human resource development. Her PhD in nursing is from the University of Texas at Arlington. She was recognized as a University Scholar and included in Who s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Scholarships and funding for her studies include the Mary Lou Bond dissertation fellowship. Ibitayo has practiced nursing in a variety of settings and roles over the past 28 years.
Dr. Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN, is a graduate of Bethel Deaconess Hospital (diploma), Texas Christian University (bachelor of science in nursing), the University of Pittsburgh (master of nursing), the University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing (PhD) and the School of Nurse Midwifery at El Centro Medico in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. She practiced nurse-midwifery in central Mexico before beginning her professional career as a faculty member, which has spanned teaching at all educational levels. As an educational administrator, she served as assistant dean and associate dean (University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing [UTACON]) and as interim dean (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences School of Nursing). She was the founding associate dean of the PhD in Nursing program at UTACON, which has had an active mentoring program for students since its inception.Review:
Increasingly, nursing leaders are aware that we all function within a truly global village. This book offers numerous reality-based insights backed by existing scientific evidence that will prove beneficial for mentors as well as mentees at all educational levels, with consideration of the culture of organizations as well as the culture of ethnicity. --Nancy C. Sharts-Hopko, PhD, RN, FAAN Professor and Director, PhD Program Villanova University College of Nursing
Mentoring nurses is an investment in the future of our profession. Mentors and protégés alike will find this book to be a valuable addition to their library, gleaning insight and wisdom from nursing leaders about the value of mentoring, regardless of career stage. A unique and important contribution of this book is its emphasis on the influence of culture in the mentoring relationship. --Judith A. Halstead, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN Professor of Nursing Director, Office of Online Education Indiana University
Without a doubt, a must-have book on global mentoring. This book offers easy-to-read content and interpretation that allow the reader to gain an understanding of how valuable mentorship is for both the mentor and mentee. --Jose Alejandro, PhD, MBA, RN-BC, CCM, FACHE Executive Director of Case Management, Steward Health Care System Former President, National Association of Hispanic Nurses Treasurer, Case Management Society of America
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