Building Learning Culture: considerations for preceptors

Creating better working environments

The lecture duration is 36min.

0.75 CPD Points, 0.75 CME credits approval pending, 0.75 CEUs.
Accredited by CPDUK, Provider Pending and CBRN.

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Sybil Hoiss
Leader of Strategic Initiatives, British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council
Lecture Summary

As preceptors integrate neuroleadership principles of Dr. David Rock’s SCARF framework, intentional storytelling, and crisis resource management concepts into communication with students and fellow co-workers, learning culture is enhanced. As preceptors engage in this style of communication and support, they can improve retention and recruitment, promote psychological safety with students and fellow staff, and create an environment people want to work in. Practical examples for how to do this are provided to guide preceptor development. This ultimately translates into better working environments for staff and patients and families benefit in their outcomes and experience.

Target Audience

Critical Care Nurses
Trainee Critical Care Doctors

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to:

  • Differentiate Preceptor from Mentor
  • Perform a Preceptor Self-Assessment
  • Integrate SCARF framework into student interactions to build learning culture
  • Integrate Storytelling and Crisis Resource Management principles to build learning culture
  • Identify benefits of being a preceptor