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Preceptorship

Preceptorship is a period of structured transition for newly-qualified healthcare professionals (preceptees) lasting up to one year, during which support is given by a Preceptor – providing supervision, mentoring and support to develop confidence, refine skills and build the right values and behaviours to continue  career development and ensure delivery of excellent care. We are committed to continue developing high-quality programmes of support, working closely with trusts across the region and providing funding to help expand and enhance existing programmes across nursing,midwifery and allied health professions. We have been working to coordinate across local providers, building an understanding of existing practice across organisations, identifying areas of good practice and innovations which can be shared with others, helping to create more standardised and interdisciplinary programmes of support.


We are committed to continue developing high-quality programmes of support, working closely with trusts across the region and providing funding to help expand  and enhance existing programmes across nursing,midwifery and allied health professions.  We have been working to coordinate across local providers, building an understanding of existing practice across organisations, identifying areas of good practice and innovations which can be shared with others, helping to create more standardised and interdisciplinary programmes of support.

Preceptees

We would like to hear your voice, if you are currently on a Preceptorship Programme in Thames Valley please visit our survey.

The purpose of the survey is to:

  • Hear your voice
  • Develop an understanding of the transition period from student to registered practitioner
  • Identify themes to help your transition experience

Preceptorship Joint Sharing Event 

Through Preceptorship Joint Sharing Events we have an opportunity to showcase initiatives from across Thames Valley and Wessex, including the use of the very latest simulation equipment to support newly-qualified professionals, developing areas outside of clinical practice such as resilience training critical thinking and problem solving skills, communication skills and understanding of human factors.  Creative use of technology and new learning resources available will be highlighted, from online training packages and tools to help a healthcare professional give great care.

 

Useful Links

Our Preceptee Survey

Preceptorship Framework

Flying Start (Preceptorship Learning Resources)

Talent Hub and Healthcare Leadership Model:

Leadership Programmes

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