CCPS PLACEMENT CYCLE DATES

Spring/Summer 2019 PLANNING CYCLE

August 13 to August 31, 2018
Clinical facilities review and update availability for both cohort and preceptor programs. We understand some clinical facilities will need to modify future availability if census and building plans change. These changes can be done as needed throughout the year.

September 4 to September 21, 2018
(Preceptor requests due November 9)
Schools make requests for all courses that start January 2019 through the end of the spring/summer terms. (Courses that usually end by August 31)

September 24 to October 12, 2018
(Preceptor placement decisions due December 7)
Clinical facilities review proposed requests and make placement decisions. Clinical facilities 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. 



<h3>Community-driven enhancement</h3>

Community-driven enhancement


<h3>Community-driven enhancement</h3>

Community-driven enhancement


<h3>Setup, training, and support</h3>

Setup, training, and support


<h3>Regional view of placement data</h3>

Regional view of placement data


<h3>Nationwide community of users</h3>

Nationwide community of users


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CENTRALIZED CLINICAL PLACEMENT SYSTEM 2.0

The new CCPS (2.0) offers a modern and responsive design, simplified navigation, improved processes for making and responding to placement requests, and dashboards to view key activity. CCPS 2.0 will be in use starting Fall 2018 placement cycle.

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CENTRALIZED CLINICAL PLACEMENT SYSTEM 1.0

Centralized Clinical Placement System 1.0 (CCPS 1.0) will continue to be available as a reference for all schools and hospital as the region transitions to CCPS 2.0. All placement activity for Fall 2018 forward would be scheduled in CCPS 2.0.

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BAY AREA SIMULATION COLLABORATIVE

The Bay Area Simulation Collaborative (BASC) is comprised of representatives from schools of nursing and hospitals in the ten Bay Area counties. HealthImpact and the California Simulation Alliance (CSA) provide leadership for the BASC and is one of seven regional simulation collaborative in California. The initial project was the third component of the Bay Area Nursing Resource Center.

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About Us

The Nursing Resource Center is an internet-based service that helps maximize nursing education capacity by streamlining placements and exposing new opportunities for school and clinical provider relationships.

Contact Us

Mary Dickow, MPA, FAAN
Statewide Director, California Action Coalition
E: mary@healthimpact.org




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