Category list : Preceptorship
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Nursing shortages in England are “unlikely to improve” without seriously ramping up efforts to recruit more students and stop those already in the workforce from leaving.
To attract newly qualified nurses, employers need to offer high-quality preceptor support, says Bill Whitehead, while newly qualified nurses need to shop around for good preceptorship in their first job
A chief nurse has expressed her joy after being presented with her OBE for services to nursing by Prince William.
The midwifery regulator is seeking views on whether preceptorship should be made mandatory for newly qualified midwives.
Newly qualified nurses and midwives will be mentored by recently retired NHS staff, under a pilot scheme due to launch in Scotland next year.
A new initiative has been introduced by a hospital trust in the South West to help identify and better support newly qualified members of staff during their first year of work.
Newly qualified nurses need better support in their first job if workforce retention is to improve, according to interim findings from a major new study.
A free digital tool designed to help nurses progress in their careers has been launched in London along with voluntary standards for preceptorships, as part of efforts to keep the capital’s nursing staff in the profession.
‘Refreshed’ preceptorship programme launched in ScotlandVideoSubscription
A continuing professional development programme for newly-qualified nurses and midwives in Scotland has been relaunched today.
North East London NHS Foundation Trust’s chief nurse wants all her nurses to be “dual-competent” in both physical and mental health within the next five to 10 years.