The Preceptor Education Program is an online interprofessional program with eight interactive learning modules. The modules are available on this website or through eCampus Ontario as an open education resource. Each module takes 30-45 minutes to complete. The modules include downloadable resources, learning exercises, video case scenarios and references. Learning is self-directed. Complete modules in any order; however, it is recommended learners complete them sequentially from modules 1 to 8. Generate a certificate of completion and complete an optional feedback survey for each module. The program is designed to support students and preceptors in health professions programs as they work together to provide learning environments that will prepare students for the real world of professional practice.
To set the stage for a successful placement, it is important that both student and preceptor engage in some preparation prior to its start.
Start or extend your understanding of anti-oppressive practices, and their application in health-care settings.
Write learning objectives while considering the strategies, supports, resources and proof required for successful achievement.
Learn the tenets of reflective practice and ways to integrate reflective practice into the preceptor-student relationship.
Practical tips and strategies for students and preceptors to ensure feedback and evaluation are a positive and rewarding experience.
Understand the conflicts within preceptor-student relationships and develop strategies to recognize, prevent and manage conflicts.
This is the third edition of PEP released Sept 2022
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