In this podcast we explore a coaching style model to support learners in the workplace, which James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been using on its wards.
Learn how the trust has used the CLiP (Collaborative Learning in Practice) model to increase placement capacity and still provide a good experience for their students.
Hear from Sharon Crowle, head of education and practice development at James Paget and Karen Thom, a clinical educator at the trust, about the strengths of this coaching model compared to traditional one to one mentoring and the impact it has had on the quality of learning.
Listen to the views of students who have experienced the coaching model first-hand and how they feel it has benefitted them. There is also advice to other trusts who may wish to adopt the CLiP model. Listen below or directly on SoundCloud.