The sessions are taught by a range of expert speakers from across the professional groups including nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, radiography, and occupational therapy.
The multi-professional nature of the expert speakers ensures that both study days are interesting and informative. The course aims to enhance the preceptees understanding of their profession and the role it plays in working as part of the multi-disciplinary team and the importance of good communication with patients and staff.
The study days are linked to the 6Cs and topics include; Introduction to preceptorship and portfolio, communication, self- awareness, good practice in documentation, team work, assertiveness, human factors, caring registered practitioner, professionalism, problem solving, dementia, bereavement service and the patient experience.
Band 5 adult and children’s nurses, midwives, occupational therapists, physiotherapist, dieticians, radiographers, speech and language therapists, and operating department practitioners. Evidence shows that multi-professional education and learning promotes collaborative team working in clinical practice; this is central to safe, high quality patient care.
2 face to face study days between 08.45 to 17.00.
Successful completion of a pre-registration course of education leading to entry on a professional register (NMC/HCPC). The course is mainly aimed at new registrants within their first year of practice. However it is also aimed at:
- Return to practice healthcare practitioners;
- International recruits entering the NMC/HCPC register;
- Those entering a new field of practice e.g. transitioning from community to acute hospital care.
The course is comprised of 2 consecutive study days. You will find upcoming course dates on easylearning.
Email: [email protected]
Carmel O’Gorman Preceptorship Lead 0121 424 9864 (Int 49864)