Scroll down for university and other web sites, e-books and healthcare databases.
The University of Manchester mentor handbook is available to download/print here.
University library websites for mentors:
The University of Manchester Library
Can be used by – mentorship students registered at the University of Manchester; all Trust staff: the NHS membership scheme is available free of charge to any member of the North West NHS workforce on production of their NHS identification card.
Manchester Metropolitan University
Can be used by – mentorship students registered at Manchester Metropolitan University.
University of Salford Library
Can be used by – mentorship students registered at University of Salford; mentors, associate mentors and practice education lecturers, who work with University of Salford students, can borrow books and have some limited access to online resources from “walk in” computers in the University of Salford Library.
University of Bolton Library
Can be used by – mentorship students registered at the University of Bolton.
Learning materials commissioned by the Making Practice Based Learning Work project – free for educational purposes.
Royal College of Nursing – keyword search for mentor to see resources such as Guidance for mentors of student nurses and midwives: an RCN toolkit.
University of Stirling – references for mentors
University of Nottingham – information for mentors
Nursing and Midwifery Council – search for mentorship to find standards, case studies etc
NHS Evidence – NHS Evidence provides access to clinical information – local, regional, national and international. Information includes evidence, guidance and Government policy. Use your NHS Athens password to access online books, journals and databases.
Databases via NHS Evidence:
|AMED||Allied health professions, complementary medicine|
|BNI||Nursing, midwifery, health visitors|
|CINAHL||Nursing and allied health|
|EMBASE||General medical, pharmacology with European focus|
|HEALTH BUSINESS ELITE||Healthcare administration and institution management|
|HMIC||Health service management and administration – UK focus|
|PsycINFO||Psychiatry, psychology, social sciences|