Below are resources to help any clinical staff who are preceptors or are considering becoming a preceptor.
This project developed three open-access online learning resources to help preceptors help students to present effective case presentations.Project lead: Joyce Bruce, Saskatchewan Polytechnic
This project developed three videos featuring key concepts from the e-tips training modules to support preceptor professional development in the areas of giving feedback, fostering clinical reasoning and enhancing teaching skills.Project lead: Natasha Hubbard-Murdoch, Saskatchewan Polytechnic
This project developed three videos demonstrating effective preceptor-student interactions that address issues of cultural and power imbalances, student anxiety, and advocating for better communication and feedback.Project Lead: Kathy Rodger, University of Saskatchewan
The following list is a sample of articles related to the preceptor experience. The articles touch upon a variety of topics: the importance of preceptorship, the perspective of preceptors, preceptor preparation and education, acknowledgement of preceptors, preceptor accountability, and more. The sample of articles include several different health science disciplines. Many of the articles below can be accessed through the SHA Library.
Preceptor Education ProgramThe Preceptor Education Program is an online interprofessional program created by the University of Western Ontario and the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, that consists of nine interactive learning modules.
Alberta Health Services Preceptor ModulesAlberta Health Services has an information page for preceptors. Many resources are housed there including four preceptor training modules. The module topics are: