Preceptorship

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital are proud to offer a comprehensive preceptorship programme to support you at the start of your career.
We want you to be able to deliver the highest standards of care to our patients by enabling you to have a range of learning opportunities to develop into a confident and competent practitioner.

What can you expect from your preceptorship?

You will be assigned an appropriately trained preceptor, who will support and work with you throughout your preceptorship.

You will have access to the Clinical Skills Programme with bespoke IV drug administration day for newly qualified staff and you will also be able to attend four tailored sessions for your continuing professional development (CPD).

If you have leadership aspirations your preceptorship could be used to commence the first step on the ladder of the NHS Leadership Academy.

Induction

Your first two weeks at the NNUH will consist of an induction into the trust.

This involves a range of supernumerary clinical and non-clinical days and will include an orientation into your clinical area and the hospital, chance to meet our Chief Nurse, group workshops and skills training in blood transfusions, nutrition, medicine management and dementia awareness.

This is also you the opportunity for you to ask any questions or concerns you may have.

We'd love you to join us!

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is one of the largest employers in Norfolk, our staff work together to provide care for our local population.

We have a huge variety of roles, with opportunity for development and career progression.

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