E-Learning Modules

The e-learning modules below are designed for clinical educators, whether they are new to their educator roles or are interested in a refresher. These Preceptor Education Program (PEP) Modules are provided by the University of Western Ontario, Fanshawe College and the Middlesex-London Health Unit (PHRED Program). Note, there is audio content in these modules. 

Module 2: Anti-Oppressive Practices

This interactive module will increase preceptor’s and student’s understanding of the importance of anti-oppressive practices. Learners will critically examine their positionality and the influence it has on their relationships with others and will develop goals to continue in their journey of understanding.

Module 3: Developing Learning Objectives

This module will outline the steps required to write a well-developed learning objective while considering the strategies, supports, resources and proof required for successful achievement. Within this module, experiential opportunities support learners in writing their own clinical placement learning objectives.

Module 5: Reflective Practice

This interactive learning module will explore various types of reflection that can enhance individual professional practice and deepen learning within preceptorships. The learning journey is continual so we invite you to revisit this module as part of your own personal professional development as each time you review, you may rediscover new knowledge about yourself and your practice.

Module 6: Feedback and Evaluation

In this module, learners will explore both the process of providing/receiving feedback and a format for outcome evaluations is included. Peer coaching as an alternative approach to feedback is briefly explained. Key attributes of supportive learning environments will be reviewed, and tips for providing constructive feedback will be shared.

Module 7: Successfully Navigating Conflicts

This interactive learning module will help preceptors and students understand conflicts within preceptor-student relationships and develop strategies to recognize, prevent and manage conflicts.

McCorquodale, L., Ferguson, K., Doralp, S., Jenkins, K., Moosa, T., Moodie, S., Smith, K., Relouw, H., Thambinathan, V., Glista, D., Connelly, D., Wilson, J., McQueen, K., Whitehead, J., Bossers, A., & Kinsella, E.A. (2022). Preceptor Education Program for health professionals and students. (3rd ed.) www.preceptor.ca. London, ON: Western University.

The UBC Clinical Education team is currently revising its own modules for clinical educators and will update this page once they are available.