There can be several factors linked to nurses’ desire to work in the aged care Sydney sector after their graduation. A new Australian study cites the key factors which are crucial in attracting aged care workers to the sector. The opportunity to exchange feedback with their mentors, supportive personal care workers and a positive learning environment are the three crucial factors which increases the likelihood of graduates working in Aged care Sydney sector.
To facilitate a positive placement experience, care workers need to effectively work with and mentor students. When graduate students are well supported by the care workers, they are more likely to consider working in the aged care Sydney sector.
A positive teaching and learning environment is a significant factor which refers to the student’s perception about the assessment of their skills and effectiveness of feedback. There should also be adequate opportunities for mentor and student’s feedback exchange during the placement process.