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Preceptor Issues Forum

April 15, 2015

1pm to 4pm

Azusa Pacific University

606 E. Huntington Drive, Conference Room 201

Monrovia, CA

For more details and to register click on the links below:

Meeting Announcement

Meeting Registration Form

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
  Welcome to the Los Angeles Nursing Resource Center  
 

Serving the Los Angeles Region.

The Los Angeles Nursing Resource Center provides two centralized, customer-focused nursing education services for schools of nursing and clinical agencies within the Los Angeles Region, the goal of which is to significantly improve the quality of nursing care.

CCPS - The Centralized Clinical Placement System

The Centralized Clinical Placement System streamlines the nursing student clinical placements process, with the long-term effects of increasing student capacity at local schools.

CFRC - The Centralized Faculty Resource Center

The Centralized Faculty Resource Center improves the utilization of existing and new clinical faculty, increasing the student capacity at nursing schools. CFRC provides a forum for interested nurses to easily locate resources on becoming a nurse educator. Create your profile and submit in response to posted vacant faculty positions.

 
 
 
     
 
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  Clinical Placement Schedule  
 

Fall/Winter 2015 Planning Cycle

February 16 – March 6, 2015
Hospitals review, confirm and extend availability through December 31, 2015 for both cohort and preceptor programs. We understand some hospitals will need to modify future availability if census and building plans change. These changes can be done as needed throughout the year.

March 9 – March 27, 2015
(Preceptor requests due April 17)
Schools make requests for all courses that start Mid-August 2015 through the end of the fall or winter terms (courses that usually end by December 31)

March 30 – April 17, 2015
(Preceptor placement decisions due May 8)
Hospitals review proposed requests and make placement decisions. Hospitals are encouraged to accept long-standing/historic placements and to decline proposals they know they cannot accommodate as quickly as possible, as a courtesy to schools.