Preceptorship at EPUT
At EPUT we have an established multi-professional programme of support that is delivered to our newly qualified, return to practice and internationally recruited registered Nursing and Allied Health Professional staff.
Each newly qualified registered professional is allocated a Preceptor who will be an experienced qualified professional who will offer support, guidance and mentoring.
A profession specific workbook will be allocated to guide the preceptorship process and encourage continuing professional development and reflection with the aim of ensuring a good foundation in your first year of practice.
In addition there are monthly study days provided where you will receive learning on a variety of topics as well as peer support and guidance.
Topics covered in the sessions (2021-2022) include:
- Research and evidence based practice
- Audit and compliance
- Team Dynamics
- Emotional Intelligence
- Effective communication
- Understanding conflict and how to resolve this
- Peer support with learning activities
- Time management
- Staff management
- Clinical leadership and leadership in community
- Developing skills and competence
- Clinical supervision
- Restrictive practice
- Reflective practice
- Safeguarding- principles, pathway and champions
- Professional boundaries
- Quality improvement
- Delivering safe care
- Building resilience
- Managing self
- Team working
- Safe staffing
- Managing change
- Career pathways
- Career development
- Inter-professional learning
Lead Student Education Facilitator for Preceptorship