Preceptorship scheme aims to give new nurses a flying start
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Preceptorship scheme aims to give new nurses a flying start

Alison Moore Freelance health journalist

Newly qualified nurses who are starting out in London can look forward to good quality preceptorship thanks to a new framework, which standardises the support offered by employers’ programmes

Many nurses will remember fondly their early days of practice. Friendships that last for life, the first night shift and the fun of being part of a team can make the first months memorable.

Nursing Standard. 32, 22, 18-20. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.22.18.s17

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