Embedded training for undergraduate children’s nursing students to increase self-leadership, personal autonomy and emotional agility skills.

Conference poster


Hewitt, C. (2021). Embedded training for undergraduate children’s nursing students to increase self-leadership, personal autonomy and emotional agility skills. NET19.
AuthorsHewitt, C.
TypeConference poster
Abstract

Undergraduate student nurse programmes are multifaceted and can trigger stress, anxiety and burnout, with many students not seeking support to help with these challenges. There
are many barriers to seeking support during undergraduate nurse training. In an attempt to eliminate these barriers, London South Bank University embedded a session ‘Self
Leadership and Personal Autonomy for Children’s Nurses’, into the curriculum for 2nd year student children’s nurses. This poster presentation, delivered by a mental health and
wellbeing team aims to investigate if and how students benefitted from the curriculum embedded session and what future support students would find helpful during their
Nursing training

Year2021
Web address (URL)https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/NETCon19
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Online04 Sep 2019
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Deposited30 Jun 2021
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