The 4th school for clinical mentors




College of Nursing Jesenice has successfully concluded a three-day 4th school for clinical mentors:
Advanced knowledge for the delivery of quality cooperation with nursing care students – professional ethics and continuing professional development.

Date: 13., 14., 15. September 2011

Location of event: College of Nursing Jesenice

Target group: clinical mentors in clinical placements, students

Thematic areas:
- basic ethical principles and ethics in modern society,
- patients` rights,
- ethical perspectives of therapeutic communication,
- ethical theories in nursing care,
- types of nurses responsibilities,
- ethics and communication in health care,
- respecting the ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence and nonmaleficence in psychiatric nursing care,
- a patient`s right to prevent and relieve suffering,
- surrogate motherhood – an ethical dilemma,
- a patient`s right to self-determination – a case study of dementia patient,
- discrimination of vulnerable groups in nursing care,
- ethical communication, different perspectives (I, team, patient, relatives),
- ethical communication skills,
- self-reflection of ethical decision-making.

The invited lecturers came from home and other international universities (University of Aberdeen, University of the West of Scotland).

College of nursing Jesenice has applied the school`s program to the following public tender that was published by Ministry of higher education, science and technology: Implementation of Bologna process – co financing of the foreign experts` inclusion into the pedagogical process in the years 2011, 2012 and 2013 in the framework of Operational human resource development program for the period of 2007 – 2013 – development priority 3. “Human resource development and lifelong learning” - priority orientation 3.3 “Quality, competitiveness and responsiveness of the higher education”.

The application of the project to the public tender was successful.


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