A mentoring needs assessment validating mentorship in nursing education
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We will search electronic databases (for example, MEDLINE, CINAHL, ERIC) and gray literature (for example, conference proceedings, key journals, relevant organizational websites) for relevant citations.Although the early efforts addressing healthy work environments focused on the clinical practice setting, more recent efforts have also considered the work environment in academic settings. Vol15No01Man06 Key words: Work environments, salaries, benefits, workload, collegial, professional development, support, marketing, recognition, leadership, tool kit, National League for Nursing, NLN The focus on healthy work environments began in clinical settings with the goals of improving patient safety, enhancing the recruitment and retention of nurses, and promoting excellence in clinical practice.The National League for Nursing has focused on work environments in academia and has published the Healthful Work Environment Tool Kit that can be used by applicants for faculty positions, current faculty members, and nurse administrators to assess an academic work environment. Disch (2002) defined a healthy work environment as “a work setting in which policies, procedures and systems are designed so that employees are able to meet organizational objectives and achieve personal satisfaction in their work” (p. This definition emphasizes the external factors that impact satisfaction; it focuses on those things that are under the influence of the organization.The model is intended to be generalizable for faculty teaching in a variety of academic nursing institution types and sizes.Mentoring that integrates the six themes assists faculty members to better navigate the academic environment and more easily transition to new roles and responsibilities.