Preceptor Academy

two nurses_smallHospital staff vacancy and turnover are at record levels. Your organization doesn’t have to be a statistic. Trained preceptors can make the difference. Preceptors are vital to the success of our health care organizations and workforce retention. The Missouri Preceptor Academy is a program designed for registered nurses and allied health clinicians to gain the training necessary to guide new employees, recent graduates and students through the onboarding and competence validation process. Preceptor programs have been shown to reduce turnover and the high costs associated with hiring and retaining staff. The Missouri Preceptor Academy is offered at multiple venues, so register for the event closest to your hospital to save time and money!

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Dates and Locations


Central Missouri Areas

Wednesday, July 11
Boone Hospital Center
1600 East Broadway
Columbia
573/815-8000
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Thursday, July 19
Perry County Memorial Hospital
434 North West Street
Perryville
573/547-2536
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Tuesday, Oct. 16
Fitzgibbon Hospital
2305 South Highway 65
Marshall
660/886-7431
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Kansas City Metro Area

Friday, May 18
Liberty Hospital
Doctors Office Bldg., Room 2
2525 Glenn Hendren Dr.
Liberty
816/792-7092
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Tuesday, Sept. 11
St. Mary’s Medical Center
Education Center
201 Northwest R D Mize Road
Blue Springs
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Thursday, Nov. 1
Centerpoint Medical Center
19600 East 39th Street
Independence
816/698-7000
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St. Louis Metro Area

Wednesday, May 16
BJC Learning Institute
Lower Level Auditorium
8300 Eager Rd.
St. Louis
314/273-0840
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Tuesday, Sept. 18
St. Anthony’s Medical Center
10010 Kennerly Rd.
St. Louis
314/525-4511
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Monday, Nov. 12
BJC Learning Institute
Lower Level Auditorium
8300 Eager Rd.
St. Louis
314/273-0840
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Preceptor Newsletters

Preceptor News is a monthly newsletter for participants in the Preceptor academies. The articles in Preceptor News provide nurses and health professionals serving as preceptors with tips and advice in mentoring new nurses and health care employees. For past issues not listed below, please contact Jean Klindt.


2018 Issues

May: Patience
April: Building a Preceptee's Trust
March: The Practice of Self Reflection
February: Successful Preceptors
January: Preceptors and EBP

2017 Issues

December: Putting the J-O-Y in Practice
November: The Multigenerational Nursing Workforce
October: Literature Update
September: The Dilemma of Information Overload
August: Minority Growing Pains: Men in Nursing
July: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
June: Preceptors' Role in Process Improvement
May: What is mindfulness?
April: Protecting Our Preceptee's From Violence
March: Moral Distress in Nursing
February: Multitasking vs. Single-Tasking
January: How Can We Positively Impact Professional Behavior?