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First Autumn Newsletter 2018

Dear Nightingale friends, it is approaching to our Network meeting and Conference in Bodö, the 10-12th of October. I am happy to inform that two partner-cities in Spain are registered, two from Sweden, almost all partners from Norway and the  Nightingale´s from Switzerland will come. Only

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Summer Newsletter

Dear Nightingal friends, as you can read in this (but also in other) Nightingale newsletter partners get prizes, make research, delivers lectures etc. but most of you let people that otherwise would not met  meet. Meetings were you talk WITH other instead of ABOUT each other. Meetings

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A typology of school-based mentoring relationship quality

Implications for recruiting and retaining volunteer mentors Barbara J.McMorrisa, Jennifer L.Doty, Lindsey M.Weiler, Kara J.Beckman and DiegoGarcia-Huidobro Abstract A critical component of successful mentoring programs is the quality of relationships. In school-based settings, relationship quality measures tend to rely on single, unidimensional indicators reported by

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(click on the photo to enlarge it) First of all the BIGGEST thanks to the Barcelona team for arranging this very nice and interesting 7th Nightingale Conference,“Opportunities in mentoring: Education 360°. I think partners agree that this conference gave us opportunities to learn, explore and

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“I really wanted her to have a Big Sister”

Mentoring programs often  focus on the mentor-mentee dyad. But this  research study show interest of the parent or caregiver in the mentoring relationship. Semi-structured qualitative interviews were made in a Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program to explore reasons why they wanted mentors for their

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March/April

The Nightingale Day the 24th of February was celebrated by: Trondheim, Norway In cooperation with the student organization BARIS, the Nightingale of Trondheim arranged a day for the mentor kids and the mentors to be out sliding and playing in the snow. BARIS brought sausages