Preceptor Foundations Workshop (FY2023)

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Preceptor Foundations Workshop (FY2023)

Multiple Dates * Venue: 4700 Bohannon Drive Menlo Park CA 94025-(HC)

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Stanford Medicine Children's Health 4700 Bohannon Drive Menlo Park, CA 94025

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Preceptor Foundations Workshop

DESCRIPTION

This course describes the roles and responsibilities, characteristics and key skills of an effective preceptor.

Greetings,

Thank you all for your interest in pursuing your preceptor competency as developed and available through the preceptor program and committee at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. This course describes the roles and responsibilities, characteristics and key skills of an effective preceptor.

Below you will find a list of prerequisites as well as in course requirements that you will need to adhere to in order to receive full credit for your course completion.

Prerequisites:

  • Online LinkedIn Learning
  • Leading with Improv
  • Developing a learning mindset
  • Adult Learning

In- Course Requirements:

  • Adhere to HR guidelines
  • Participant to remain muted to avoid excess noise unless asking questions during lectures but should be unmuted during breakout group activities
  • Camera must be turned on and participant be present for the duration of the course
  • Professional attire must be worn and maintained throughout course
  • Participation in group activities is required as your input is valuable to all learners participating in the course.

After course requirements:

  • Complete survey
  • Complete 6 month follow up survey
  • Complete and maintain ongoing competency requirements.

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe ethical challenges associated within the Preceptor relationship and how to mitigate them.
  • Understand preceptor roles and responsibilities, including policy and competency requirements and validation.
  • Identify 4 ways to assess or develop critical thinking the preceptee.
  • Describe the strategies that can be used to communicate or give feedback effectively.
  • Discuss and apply concepts to mitigate and prevent bullying or conflict within Preceptor/Preceptee relationship.
  • Describe ethical challenges associated within the Preceptor relationship and how to mitigate them.
  • ​Develop understanding about how to establish a strong therapeutic interpersonal peer to peer relationship in the Preceptor role.​
  • Apply knowledge, skills and attitudes gained from this workshop to their preceptor role.
  • Discuss how implicit bias (attitudes or opinions regarding – race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status or other characteristics) that could impact the preceptor/preceptee relationship and how this indirectly impacts patient care outcomes.

REGISTRATION and FEES

  • This FREE training is exclusively offered to Stanford Medicine Children's Health employees. For employment verification, please register using your stanfordchildrens.org work email and SCH employee ID number.
  • Stanford Medicine Children's Health RNs = FREE with RN continuing education (CE) credits

CHANGES ON REGISTRATION

  • View and manage your registration by logging in to EventBrite.
  • Cancellation: Submit your request at least 3 business days before the class starts.
  • Transfers: Cancel the original registration and sign up for the new class/session.
  • Waitlist: Order of approval on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • CPE&I Cancellation: Schedules, venues and details are subject to change and cancellation. Registered participants will be provided with as much advance notice as possible if this should occur.

CONTACT US

For registration assistance and inquiries about the classes we offer, email us at CPEILearning@stanfordchildrens.org.