Supporting nursing, midwifery and allied health professional students to raise concerns with the quality of care

14 July 2016

This literature review set out to review the evidence relating to nursing, midwifery and AHP students raising concerns about poor clinical practice/care.

The review gives consideration of the following issues based on the academic literature:

  • The UK policy drivers and public expectations for nursing, midwifery and AHP students
  • Evidence in relation to barriers (and enablers) for students raising concerns
  • The effect of workplace learning environments in terms of context and culture on reporting, including the impact of conflict between staff and positive team working practices
  • The impact of higher education support mechanisms, including personal tutoring, link lecturers and practice education roles, in facilitating or hindering reporting
  • The effect of student attributes and the use and impact of practice and education based support mechanisms in generating confidence to report
  • Identification and analysis of the processes, mechanisms and strategies currently available in raising concerns with particular reference to good practice

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One response to “Supporting nursing, midwifery and allied health professional students to raise concerns with the quality of care”

  1. tichaona danha says:

    This is a very useful and informative literature review that i think is very important to all students especially 3rd years almost qualifying .I believe that every education and hospital placements should have this document for reference

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