Giving Feedback: 3 Models for Giving Effective Feedback

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With new graduate nurses starting in hospitals around Australia over the next few weeks, it’s a good time to think about how we give feedback that is both professionally delivered, and effectively received.

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<p>With new graduate nurses starting in hospitals around Australia over the next few weeks, it’s a good time to think about how we give feedback that is both professionally delivered, and effectively received. Feedback helps motivate the person to perform well and also clarifies any deviations between the preferred and the actual behaviour of the individual by giving the person information on their performance. Not only is it essential for professional growth, it provides direction and increases the confidence, motivation and self esteem of the individual (Matua et al. 2014; Rose &amp; Best 2005). New graduate nurses not only need constructive </p>

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Sally Moyle
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Sally Moyle is a rehabilitation nurse educator with Epworth HealthCare. She has completed her masters of nursing (clinical nursing and teaching) and has experience in many nursing sectors including rehabilitation, orthopaedic, neurosurgery, emergency, aged care and general surgery. Sally is passionate about education in nursing in order to produce the best nurses possible.
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04 May 2020
It is really good to be able to do little bitesize learning opportunities. It is far easier to fit these in between working and life in general. Great resources.
Glenda Goodwin
28 Jun 2019
Good to refresh on giving feedback, also links to other tools for feedback
Bina Baniya
04 Apr 2021
Great resource
Elissa Lewis
31 Jan 2021
A simple overview of ways to effectively give feedback both positive and negative in ways which don’t negatively affect the new learner.
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30 Nov 2021
Very useful and easily applicable.
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08 Dec 2020
The article was succinct and provided helpful information regarding the delivery of feedback.
Robyn Lydster
01 Feb 2021
Valuable information on how to utilise feedback practices, resulting in positive outcomes.
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