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The Role of the Preceptor: A Guide for Nurse Educators, Clinicians, and…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0826137156, Paperback)
Thoroughly updated, this practical "how-to" guide provides a useful and easy-to-follow framework for developing and implementing preceptor programs, for learning to precept students, and for facilitating the development of expertise in both preceptors and preceptees. The contributor list includes specialists within a wide spectrum of clinical nursing settings who have expertise in preceptor program development. This text is essential to nursing faculty and nursing clinicians who want to set up preceptor programs, guide student experiences, or help orient novice practitioners to the practice setting. It explains the differences between precepting and mentoring or teaching; provides insights into preceptor programs; and explores internships, residencies, and mentoring.
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"This book contains two new chapters on preceptorship in home care settings and distance learning programs. It exemplifies the second edition of this how-to guide for nursing faculty and clinicians. Flynn and Stack provide a useful and easy-to-follow framework for not only developing and implementing preceptor programs, but also for learning how to precept students and facilitate the development of nursing expertise in both preceptors and preceptees. This second edition includes information on precepting, mentoring, and teaching; a model preceptor program, which includes charts, tables; and a special section on internships, residencies, and mentoring in the nursing program. Overall, the concept of how preceptorship aids in nursing education is shown throughout this book" - Provided by the Publisher.
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