Thank you for agreeing to participate as a preceptor for a student in our Nurse Practitioner program at the University of Toronto’s Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. The preceptor role is fundamental to helping the student learn, experience, and practice in an environment that is supportive and safe for both the student and the patients. We appreciate your time, your professional commitment, and your willingness to share your knowledge. For a copy of the Preceptor Manual, click here.
As a token of our appreciation, we provide an honorarium payment to each preceptor, except when agencies prohibit payment. The honorarium payment can be designated to the individual preceptor or the site. Honoraria are not provided for NP Advisors.
We request honorarium payments forms for new preceptors (or returning preceptors with any updates to previously submitted information) at the start of each term.
Returning preceptors who have any changes to their information (i.e. address, name, banking information) should submit a new honorarium payment form. Due to the volume of payment forms received by our office, we are not able to check on individual files in a timely manner. If returning preceptors are uncertain that their previous information in UofT’s financial system is current and correct, we suggest they re-submit their information.
Click here to access the honorarium and small supplier certification forms.
THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT Winter 2020 HONORARIUM PAYMENT FORMS
January 31, 2020
Completed forms must be submitted via email to email@example.com
Maximum honoraria provided per course are as follows:
NUR 1101, 1102, 1114 (spring/summer) $500.00 max. 80 hours
NUR 1115, 1116, 1117 (fall) $1,250 max. 250 hours
NUR 1215, 1216, 1217 (winter) $1,250 max. 250 hours
NUR 1221, 1222, 1223 (spring/summer) $1,000.00 max. 200 hours
Honorarium payments are issued after the practicum experience concludes and the term has been completed. Payments are contingent on the preceptor’s evaluation of our student, the completion of payment forms (for new preceptors), and the approval of final grades. Typically the payments are issued in the first month of the subsequent term. We issue payments September, January, and May each year. Any late forms will be captured in the next term’s payments.