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preceptorships

an appointment as a preceptor.
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The AACN Confidence Survey was administered prior to graduation to BSN students who completed the traditional senior clinical course during the fall or winter semesters in the 2010-2011 academic year (IV = 118), and again to students who completed the newly revised senior clinical preceptorship course in the fall or winter semesters in the 2011-2012 academic year (N = 127).
You have to rely on everyone and they on you": Interdependence and the team-based rural nursing preceptorship
In addition, there is another important group of industrial representatives who do preceptorships.
Preceptorship is somewhat easier to differentiate from both mentoring and clinical supervision because it is framed within a hospital setting and is instituted for specific purposes and periods of time.
Preceptorship has been described as "among the most stressful of student experiences", operating within what can be a tense environment, bringing together "two complete strangers (student and preceptor) in a professional relationship that may potentially lead to conflict, dissatisfaction and disenchantment for both parties'".
A number of medical schools have implemented community preceptorships with generalist physicians to influence students' career choices toward generalist careers.
Complex behaviours in the preceptorship experience such as performance evaluation can thus be a key challenge for these preceptors.
Conclusion The preceptorship model presented in this article has been developed to reflect the complex influences on how preceptorships are enacted.
However, in the medical literature, a review of the impact of students on rural practitioners found reduced professional isolation, increased identification with precepting peers and increased interaction with the medical school to be positive impacts of rural preceptorships on preceptors (Waiters, Worley, Prideaux, Rolfe & Keaney, 2005).
This schedule was selected following a focus group with employers that took place at the university and centered on the logistics of when, and in which units, the preceptorships would be provided.
The Medical College, which is a principal academic affiliate of New York-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.
As the shortage of primary care physicians continues to grow and nurse practitioners play an even larger role in patient care, we are committed to creating advancement opportunities for clinicians through a growing program of preceptorships, residencies, scholarships and grants.