Developing an education pathway for newly registered practitioners


Great Ormond Street Hospital utilised evidence that if organisations can retain staff beyond their two years in the job, they are more likely to retain them for more than five years.

Implementing a two-year programme to incorporate education and development for newly registered clinical practitioners, including support from identified preceptors, a dedicated team of educators providing pastoral, holistic and clinical development, study days and development days. The trust has seen success in improving retention rates and received excellent feedback from the attendees.

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