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preceptorships

an appointment as a preceptor.
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The preceptorship model of CTL, that was in place to support GRNs, was becoming more difficult to manage in this unit due to a number of issues, including larger numbers of part time staff and a lack of trained and consistently available preceptors.
Whether or not the challenges experienced by students during rural preceptorships deter them from seeking employment in that setting is unclear.
Curricular and program outcomes of clinical preceptorship courses have not been evaluated within the context of the Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice (American Association of Colleges of Nursing [AACN] ,2008; Rebeschi & Aronson, 2009).
Two of the most obvious (and potentially the most damaging) involve preceptorships and access of pharmaceutical representatives to physicians.
An Australian midwife, McKenna (2003) writes "unlike mentoring, preceptorships are primarily clinical teaching roles that are used to support the transition of mentees and graduates into new clinical environments" (p.
Finger SD, Pape TM 2002 Invitational theory and perioperative nursing preceptorships AORN Journal 76 (4) 630, 633-636, 638-642
internships, preceptorships, and competency development.
Weill Cornell, which is a principal academic affiliate of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, offers an innovative curriculum that integrates the teaching of basic and clinical sciences, problem-based learning, office-based preceptorships, and primary care and doctoring courses.
Blanchard to practice medicine in Louisiana during his three preceptorships, Broadlawns exposed itself to pitfalls inherent in those actions and should be reasonably required to defend itself in a Louisiana court.
Preceptorships with community physicians have been incorporated into medical curricula to foster interest in generalist careers.
Many career centers facilitate establishment of internships and preceptorships.