Canadians Consistently Rank `Health Care’ And `Education’ As Priorities For Our Society.

Need to answer this assignment question using the topics of HR Training and Development, Mentoring concepts. And this should be based on the abstracts of articles provided in the file attached below.
Canadians consistently rank `health care’ and `education’ as priorities for our society. In health-care settings, people are engaged in a wide variety of professions and occupations, all of which need to work together effectively, and with mutual respect, in order to achieve the highest level of quality patient care. Although nurses, nurse practitioners, and other professional staff such as therapists (i.e the `T’s—e.g physiotherapists, respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, etc.) often have the greatest contact time with patients—and perform critically important service—physicians and surgeons have higher status and pay, which can lead to friction and conflict if they `pull rank’ with other professionals in the health-care team. Also, health care training programs focus upon diagnosis and procedure and often ignore interpersonal and communication skills that would enable them to not only work more effectively with patients but also to more harmoniously and competently interact with fellow members of their healthcare team.
Based upon your readings of course concepts, and personal experiences with health care providers, discuss `realistic’ and effective mentoring strategies that might be implemented in health-care settings

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