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Pictured ahead of the run on June 12 are Eileen Boyle, health care assistant, Claire Stokes clinical facilitator, Sister Julie Baines, Sister Pauline Spelman and Dr Nasrally.
The fact that educators are not involved in service delivery, and the lack of clinical facilitators assisting midwifery students and staff in the work environment, contribute to problems in the training of midwives.
15,16,10) They are also responsible for informing the health provider about individual students attending the clinical placements, their level of attainment and the clinical facilitator responsible for the placement.
This potential is more likely to be realized if such data are provided in a multiphased, education-based approach, preferably with physician and clinical facilitators.
2004) Role of a clinical facilitator in introducing an integrated care pathway for the care of the dying.
Miss Nottingham, from Earlsdon, Coventry, began her career as a nurse and worked her way up to become clinical facilitator, where she helped other people return to nursing.
All five will be supported by a clinical facilitator to help them adapt to working in a UK hospital.