Fall/Winter 2017 Planning Cycle:
January 30 – February 17, 2017
Hospitals review, confirm and extend availability through August 31, 2018 for both cohort and preceptor programs. We understand some hospitals will need to modify future availability if census and building plans change. These changes can be done as needed throughout the year.
February 20 – March 31, 2017 (Preceptor requests due April 21)
Schools make requests for all courses that start Mid-August 2017 through the end of the fall or winter terms (courses that usually end by December 31).
April 3 – April 21, 2017 (Preceptor placement decisions due May 12)
Hospitals review proposed requests and make placement decisions. Hospitals 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.
Update on the Enhanced CCPS:
As we get closer to completing our development of CCPS (2.0), we will be scheduling opportunities to
help you get familiar with the new features and share your thoughts and ideas.
Regions will be able to move to the new CCPS upon request after the project is
complete, with assistance from our team to make the transition smooth and seamless.
While we are finishing the development process, some of the activities we have planned include:
We will be working with your regional coordinators to select the right time for your region to transition to the new CCPS.
Once your region requests to begin the implementation process, you should expect regular updates related to learning about new features,
signing up for training opportunities, and migrating your data from the current CCPS.
We are committed to ensuring that migrating data from the current to the new CCPS is as simple as possible, and are in the process of developing
streamlined data collection and uploading processes related to both provider and school data as well as Historical Placement cycles.
The Centralized Clinical Placement System is an internet-based tool designed to
help address and improve the growing nursing shortage problem. Underutilization
of existing clinical placement sites for nursing students and an inefficient clinical
placement system combine to form one of the barriers to increasing the number of
This system brings together school and clinical agency information in a centralized,
online format. This enables schools and clinical agencies to achieve a higher level
of operating performance: (i) schools can rapidly match clinical placement opportunities
for student cohorts (group of 8-10 students) and (ii) clinical agencies can effectively
manage a single schedule (for all participating schools) while increasing the number
of students within their agency, which provides direct observation and potential
identification of future employees.
Thank you to the Betty Irene Moore Nursing Initiative for their financial support
for this project.
Customer Support Desk
ccpshelp@BayAreaNRC.org (866) 325-3222 ext.123
Mary Dickow (415) 307-9476
Kathy DeGuerre (916) 325-1853