The following topics will be covered:
- Overview of preceptorship and mentoring
- Concept of preceptorship
- Competencies of preceptors
- Developing a preceptorship programme
- Practical session: designing and presenting a mentoring session
For more information, please refer to the course brochure.
The two-day course aims to equip Registered Nurses with the knowledge and skills to help novice/student nurses to adapt and apply their learning to practice in a given environment.
Registered Nurses working in nursing homes, hospices or community hospitals who care for patients with life-limiting conditions.
Ms Lydia Quah Mei Hwei
Staff Nurse (RN), Dover Park Hospice
Bachelor of Science (Nursing), National University of Singapore (NUS)
Specialized Diploma in Palliative Care Nursing, Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)
Lydia is a Staff Nurse in Dover Park Hospice, since joining he graduated from the National University of Singapore. Palliative care is a calling as she can have a significant impact on the journey for both the patients and their families by helping in ensuring a quality end-of-life for patients and facilitating closure for the families.
She had completed her specialized diploma in Palliative Care Nursing in 2018 to enhance her knowledge and skills in Palliative Care. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science (Health Practice) Clinical Leadership Major at Curtin University, Singapore.
Course fees before subsidy: $310.30 per person (including GST)
*Prevailing course fee subsidy for staff working in eligible Community Care organisations. Payable course fees including GST:
– Singaporean/PR: $31.03 (90% subsidy)
– Non-Singaporean/PR: $170.67 (45% subsidy)
Dates: 2 and 3 September 2019
Time: 9am – 5pm
Venue: Dover Park Hospice, 10 Jalan Tan Tock Seng, Singapore 308436