Nurse Preceptor Training: Skills for Successful Precepting
Appropriately and well-trained nurse preceptors significantly improve key aspects of practice like safety and quality, as well as positively impacting retention and satisfaction. Successful precepting helps foster a collaborative environment and can inspire confidence in new nurses.
The MOLN Nurse Preceptor Training is an interactive workshop using, lecture, role play and discussion to examine the role of preceptor and provide new preceptors with the skills needed to fulfill this important role. Attendees will explore the different teaching/learning styles and how understanding those principles can improve preceptee outcomes and improve the effectiveness of the orientation. This one-day training will address how to become an effective communicator and how to provide feedback and instruction to help prepare new nurses to practice independently.
- Describe the role of preceptor and mentor.
- Identify the attributes of an effective preceptor.
- Recognize different teaching/learning styles
- Describe adult learning principles
- Utilize effective communication and feedback practices
About the Instructor
Sharon Roy, RN, BAN
Sharon Roy is currently employed in the emergency department at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby, Minnesota and is entering her 33rd year of nursing. Roy has a varied history of nursing experience working in long-term care, pediatric critical care, adult critical care, emergency medicine along with an extensive experience as a nursing educator. She has taught throughout the state of Minnesota as a presenter for HCMC’s trauma services, has presented internationally, and most recently was involved in the development of the simulation center at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center.
Roy brings with her the unique experience of practicing in a metropolitan setting and at a critical care access (CAH) hospital. Sharon Roy is known for her engaging and down to earth teaching style sharing her real-life experiences precepting as a staff nurse, a critical care nurse, a nurse educator, and a charge nurse.
Ridgeview Medical Center
500 S. Maple Street
Waconia, MN 55387
Registration fee is $139 per person. Advance registration is required, and space is limited. You do not have to be a MOLN member to register.
For questions contact email@example.com. To register click link above. Online registration closes June 23. Event flyer
Cancellations after June 23, 2019 are not eligible for a refund. No-shows will be billed for any unpaid registration fees. You may choose to send someone in your place. Contact Kimberley at firstname.lastname@example.org with any changes.
The hours spent in this training session may be used to meet continuing education requirements of the Minnesota Board of Nursing.