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The "Golden Rules" for Preceptors and Preceptees

WEB39 l 1.00 contact hrs
by Diana Swihart, PhD, MSN, DMin, APN CS, RN-BC and Solimar Figueroa, RN, CNOR, MSN, MHA
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Objectives:
The purpose of this program is to review important components of the preceptor and preceptee roles and applied strategies for serving as a preceptor to enhance the clinical performance and knowledge of the next generation of nurses. After attending this webinar, participants will be able to —
  • Identify at least three ways preceptors can create a respectful and collaborative environment.
  • State at least three important components of the preceptor role.
  • Discuss strategies for serving as a preceptor to enhance the clinical performance and knowledge of the next generation of nurses.

This course will be updated or discontinued on or before 10/25/2014

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