Solution Orientated Learning: An innovative approach that promotes motivation and resilience

Catharine Jenkins, Carole Germaine

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    This article explores the use of Solution Orientated Learning (SOL) as an approach to coping with formal learning and practice development needs. The article explains each step of the SOL process and gives examples related to student and qualified nurses? experiences. Time Out activities give opportunities to apply theory to practice. The authors propose that wider application of the SOL principles can support nurses in building resilience. Aim: To empower readers with the tools and strategies that will enable them to apply the SOL approach to meet academic and practice learning needs Intended Learning Outcomes After reading and participating in this CPD learning you?ll be able to: ? Clarify your goals ? Build your own and others? motivation ? Use the SOL approach to design achievable steps that will take you to your desired learning outcomes ? Collaborate with other people in mutually supportive peer learning experiences ? Feel in control of your learning and empowered with strategies to enable you to meet future learning goals
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)51-58
    Number of pages8
    JournalMental Health Practice
    Issue number9
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 30 Sept 2018


    • educational methods
    • nursing students
    • peer support


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