Good morning all
We are currently reviewing our clinical supervision models/roles. The current discussion is how do we recognise and reward preceptors in today's workplace, is it necessary to recognise or reward preceptors or is it "part of the job?
Given tight budgets (or no budget), reduction in supported study leave, and a higher demand for undergrad/post grad placements etc how do other health care services or do they recognise and reward preceptors?
Would appreciate any comments or examples from other services.
Gill O'Connor, Clinical Education Team, Alice Springs