New Clinical Preceptor Training
Kaiser Permanente-Washington and the UW School of Nursing launch updated preceptor curriculum.
With funding from a US Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention (NEPQR) training grant, a team of faculty and staff from the UW School of Nursing partnered with Kaiser Permanente-Washington (KP-WA) to co-develop and pilot an updated preceptor training curriculum at KP-WA in May 2019. Two additional trainings have been provided to KP-WA nurses and medical assistants over the summer and two more trainings will be offered this fall. In addition to preceptor training, the grant team will provide interprofessional team training at three KP-WA outpatient clinics in the Puget Sound area that will precept UW Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) students.
To access our free online Interprofessional Preceptor Toolkit, visit https://collaborate.uw.edu/resources-and-training/online-training-and-toolkits/interprofessional-preceptor-toolkit/.
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