We’re pleased to announce the launch of a Community of Practice site for the Maine Nursing Preceptor Education Program (MPNEP).
Many of our program graduates expressed an interest in connecting with each other after the workshop sessions were completed. This site is created to provide an easy to use, on-line tool for over 800 MPNEP program graduates to stay connected, to share information and to continue to learn from each other. By remaining connected, MPNEP graduates can share success stories, discuss challenges, post questions and provide helpful tools and solutions on everyday topics important to preceptors. There is a great deal of preceptor knowledge and talent across the care settings and counties in Maine to share. A Community of Practice provides a timely and valuable forum for MPNEP preceptors.
Please visit this webpage to see a listing of journals, resources and photos from previous program years. If you are a program graduate you can also access our LinkedIn discussion forum by clicking on the button below. You will need to create a LinkedIn account by following a few easy steps or login to your existing account to join this private group. If there is something else you would like us to share please use the contact form on our website. We look forward to hearing from you.
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