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Health Sciences Preceptor Development Series

We are happy to announce our new NOSM Health Sciences Preceptor Development Series!

This will be a twelve part series offered throughout the year with different monthly topics to help you develop your knowledge and skill as a preceptor to our learners. This new series will replace the Preceptor 101 sessions that have been offered in the past.

Sessions will initially be offered in live, virtual, small groups facilitated by our Clinical Learning Liaisons. In time, self-directed sessions for each topic will be available to complete at your own pace. In-person sessions will also be available once we are on the other side of the current pandemic and able to resume site visits.

Each session is designed to be completed in 60 minutes and enrollment for each session is capped at 12 participants. Each month we will initially offer two sessions and will add sessions based on enrollment demand. Where there are between 6 and 12 people interested in a particular session at one site, private virtual sessions can be scheduled.

After completing each session, you will receive a certificate for your professional development records.

For more information, please contact Cara Green, Manager, Northern Ontario Dietetic Internship Program at cagreen@nosm.ca.

2021 Session Calendar

November 2021 – RSVP – Fostering Clinical Reasoning in Learners

 

Self-Guided Preceptor Development Series

Our Health Sciences Preceptor Development Series is a twelve part series offered throughout the year with different monthly topics to help you develop your knowledge and skill as a preceptor to our learners. New self-directed modules will be published each month at the conclusion of the live session offerings. Each session is designed to be completed in 60 minutes. In addition to our live, virtual sessions, you can also participate in our self-directed modules.

After completing each session and the reflection exercise, you will receive a certificate for your professional development records.

For more information, please contact Cara Green, Manager, Northern Ontario Dietetic Internship Program at cagreen@nosm.ca.

Session #1: Proactively Identifying & Managing Potential Challenges of Being a Preceptor

Session #2: Preparing for Your Learner’s Placement (Establishing the Teaching Environment)

Session #3: Welcoming the Learner (Orientation to Site, Team, Caseload & Community)

Session #4: Building an Effective Learner-Preceptor Relationship

Session #5: Supporting the Learner’s Learning Needs

Session #6: Giving and Receiving Feedback with your Learner

Session #7: Learning Assessment & Evaluation (Formative & Summative)

Session #9: Fostering Reflective Practice in Learners

Session #10: Fostering Community Engaged Interprofessional Learning (CEIL)

Session #11: Fostering Clinical Reasoning in Learners