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A Blueprint to Train, Retain, and Inspire Maine’s Nursing Workforce

What is the Maine Nursing Preceptor Education Program?

Since 2015, this free professional development program has guided nurses as they assume the role and responsibilities of a preceptor.

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How Does This Program Benefit Your Organization?

We help your organization train and retain confident, skilled nurse preceptors. In turn, they cultivate excellence in new nurses across your care teams.

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Program Impact

Click to view our latest interactive infographic. The data in this infographic was collected in 2019 and 2020 from participants in the Maine Nursing Preceptor Education Program (MNPEP). Survey components included a pre-program registration survey, a workshop evaluation, and a post-program evaluation. The survey was administered by the MGH Education Department.

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How Does This Program Work?

We provide dynamic education, ongoing practice support, and access to experts who can help nurses troubleshoot real-world challenges.

Community of Practice

Stay connected, share best practices, ask questions, and extend your growth through this vibrant community of program graduates.

Participating Organizations in Maine

Health systems and practices across Maine know that collaborative, interprofessional practice can deliver progress against public health challenges and give patients pathways to health.

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Meet Our Advisory Team

This team represents nurse leaders from practice and academia across settings in Maine.

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"Our experienced long term care nurses who have attended the Maine Nurse Preceptor Education Program have become even more valuable members of our team."

Allyson Miller, RN

Maine Veterans’ Homes

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MNPEP Resources

Access helpful resources for the Maine Nursing Preceptor Education Program

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