Innovation to co-create a preceptor metric
This workshop is part of Education Week at Unity Health. The overarching theme of the 2022 Education Week is Ignite, Innovate and Include: Creating the Future of Healthcare through Education. This workshop is intended for Unity Health supervisors and preceptors only.
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This workshop is part of Education Week at Unity Health. The overarching theme of the 2022 Education Week is Ignite, Innovate and Include: Creating the Future of Healthcare through Education.
Join us for an interactive and generative 1-hour workshop to co-create a preceptor metric that measures, matters, and celebrates your work as preceptors and supervisors. This session will build off work done at the site-level to provide the basis for describing preceptor experience at Unity Health. By understanding what preceptors and supervisors value in their work in teaching and learning environments, we will begin surfaces ways to capture and measure our collective preceptor story.
Please note: As an Education Week at Unity Health event, priority for registration is for Unity Health Toronto Staff, Physicians and Learners across all health professions as well as Patient and Family Partners.
This workshop is not a part of the CFD Stepping Stones Program.
Preceptor Experience Matters: Innovation to co-create a preceptor metric
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