Before beginning any of the modules, please register here. It only takes one minute to register. Registration is free. Registration also allows you to receive ANCC or NAPNAP credits once you complete each module.
Educational modules have been developed by NYU Meyers faculty with expertise in a variety of clinical education subject matter with the goal of enhancing the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes (KSA) of NP preceptors to prepare NP students to be ‘practice-ready’ upon graduation.
The Knowledge, Process, and Practice (KPP) model is an evidence-based online educational framework for the ‘busy professional’ enabling the individual to personally identify areas of personal knowledge strengths and gaps to clinically educate NP students (Knowledge (KPP).
In the Knowledge domain, the preceptor completes a self-test that identifies areas in which the knowledge level is high, and no further actions are needed.
If the knowledge is new and not previously encountered, then the preceptor is directed to brief interactive learning modules that can be completed in small 5-minute sessions or in one larger session (60 minutes). Once a total of 60-minutes is completed for a learning module, the NP will receive 1 Contact Hour credit that can be applied to recertification from NAPNAP.