Elizabeth Tudor

Elizabeth is Practice Education Facilitator in the Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. She began her career in nursing in 1977, qualifying as a State Enrolled Nurse working in surgery. She then retrained as a Mental Health Nurse in 1980 specialising in older adult nursing, predominantly dementia care. In 2003 she became involved in developing the assistant practitioner role across the Trust. She qualified as a lecturer / practice educator in 2005 and was heavily involved in teaching an in-house mentorship programme and supporting mentors in practice which has evolved into the implementation of the NMC Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment. Elizabeth is currently working to increase student capacity across the Trust.

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Mental Health Placements

A handy pocket guide to help mental health nursing students prepare for their practice placements.

Placements can be daunting to the unprepared. This pocket guide is designed to make mental health placements more enjoyable and less stressful and to help student nurses get the most out of their practice learning experience.

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