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Guidelines and role delineation within a structured mentorship program for nurse anesthesia curriculums

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Guidelines and role delineation within a structured mentorship program for nurse anesthesia curriculums
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Brander
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Reve Brander
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Meringer
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Patricia
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1989-
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Patricia Meringer
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Pallaria
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Thomas
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Thomas Pallaria
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Advisory Committee
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chair
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McLaughlin
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Michael
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co-chair
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Rutgers University
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School of Nursing - RBHS
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The journey from Registered Nurse to Student Nurse Anesthetist is inundated with mental, physical, and emotional stress. Mentorship within the anesthesia community is an untapped resource that has the potential to enhance not only the wellness of the individuals involved but improve the quality of care provided by anesthesia providers by creating a foundation that molds strong leaders and the clinical educators of tomorrow. The SRNA mentorship program at Rutgers University is a student driven system that encourages mentee-mentor relationships to cultivate peer learning, professionalism, and wellness. The current program is lacking formalized guidelines for multiple roles within the mentorship curriculum which can negatively influence mentorship outcomes. The purpose of this project is to create and evaluate the effectiveness of a mentorship program handbook that can be utilized by any individual or institution to implement, maintain, and sustain a successful mentorship program that not only promotes wellness, but produces strong leaders and clinical educators. The study intervention consists of the creation and dissemination of an available handbook, which outlines the intricate details of the Mentorship Program within the Student Nurse Anesthesia community at Rutgers University. A total of 63 surveys were collected from both pre and post surveys between the first, second, and third year students in the program. As a result of the mentorship handbook, there was a significant increase in the roles, responsibilities, and definitive outline of the mentorship program. There was also a significant positive correlation between education and interest in leadership roles such as the Mentorship Coordinator, which could potentially transition into leadership roles within the professional practice. In addition, there is a significant positive correlation between this education and student adherence to the mentorship program, which in turn, develops into positive outcomes for the profession.
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Mentorship
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Nurse Anesthesia
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Mentoring in nursing
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Nurse anesthetists -- Education (Continuing education)
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Includes bibliographical references
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