The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) defines a preceptorship as 'a period to guide and support all newly qualified practitioners to make the transition from student to develop their practice further'.
NES, in collaboration with all stakeholders (?), started work on the development of a Scottish Preceptorship Framework in March 2020.
The framework will provide a consistent approach to preceptorship for:
This work was paused due to COVID-19 pandemic but will re-commence September 2020, in partnership with key stakeholders.
Flying Start NHS is the national development programme for all newly qualified nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (AHPs), to be completed in the first year of practice.
It is designed to help support the transition from pre-registered student to qualified, confident and capable health professionals with the help of a local facilitator and supporting educational structure.
The programme supports learning and development for all newly qualified practitioners working in all sectors and settings across Scotland, and aims to:
More information, or register at Flying Start TURAS
Last updated: 25/09/2020