Thank you for visiting The Maine Nursing Preceptor Education Program webpage.
The Lunder-Dineen Maine Nurse Preceptor Education program began in 2015 and this year marks the 5th year of meeting the professional development needs of nurses interested in assuming the role and responsibilities of a preceptor. Our program is led by our Advisory Team of Nurse Leaders representing nursing education and clinical practice across the continuum of care. We appreciate and value the guidance, oversight and expertise each member of the team brings to this program.
This statewide program is provided free of cost for course participants, through funding provided by the Lunder Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine. This year, we’re looking forward to welcoming nurse managers and school nurses to the learning audience. Nurse managers and school nurses will be joining the cohorts of registered nurses interested in obtaining the knowledge and skills to assume the preceptor role and clinical nurse educators interested in further developing their knowledge and skills, to work in partnership with RN program attendees from their organizations, to guide and support the on-going development of new preceptors. Visit the spring 2019 page to learn more about the upcoming program and qualifications and criteria for participation. Click here to learn more about the program’s background, funding and copyright.
Additionally, by clicking the tabs to your right, you can also meet our talented state-wide advisory team, read testimonials about the program, and view past participating organizations.
Check back in late February to register for the spring program.
Our Advisory Team