To enhance student engagement and collaboration, educators need to enable learning. The sixth edition of Teaching and Learning the Practice of Nursing provides educators with solutions on how to address 21st century challenges. It has been written with global and local contexts in mind. In their approach, the team of experts draws from traditional and contemporary learning theories to direct educators on how best to monitor and support student progress in a nurturing way. A new feature in this edition is the introduction of activities to enhance the rich content. This feature will further encourage educators to reflect seriously on their practice. Also included are three new chapters: • Inter-professional education; • Ethics in teaching and learning; and • Quality assurance in health education. This essential resource is suitable for all educators working in the field of nursing and healthcare education; it will expand their thinking and skills in mentoring and supporting future nurse leaders. Professor Judith Bruce is the head of the School of Therapeutic Sciences at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. She has more than 30 years of experience in the education of nurses and nurse educators, half of which was spent in the higher education sector. Professor Hester Klopper is the Deputy Vice Chancellor: Strategic Initiatives and Internationalisation at the University of Stellenbosch with a vast experience in nursing education. Contributors: Professor Yvonne Botma, Professor Felicity Daniels and Professor Fikile Mtshali This eBook is in ePDF format, which enables you to: • View the entire book offline on desktop or tablet; • Search for and highlight text; and • Add and edit personal notes directly in your eBook.