"The Faculty-Preceptor Relationship”
In our current nurse practitioner (NP)
clinical education model, the preceptor is at the heart of the clinical
experience. Faculty members must rely on
a preceptor to give each student opportunities to gain new knowledge and to
develop clinical skills, just as the preceptor must rely on the faculty member
to give information about the program and to offer guidance on the preceptor
role. A strong faculty-preceptor
relationship translates into a positive clinical experience for the NP
student. As programs face increasing
challenges in obtaining and retaining preceptors, the impetus is even greater
for the faculty member to assume a more significant role in building the
Webinar presentation is the first of more to come on this extremely important
topic. This session will address three
elements for fostering a positive preceptor relationship:
communication for effective student assessment;
with difficult students in the clinical setting; and
panel of speakers from the Frontier Nursing University will share their work in
developing a resilient preceptor program.
Rhonda Arthur, DNP, CNM, WHNP-BC, FNP-BC, Program Director of
Family Nursing, Frontier Nursing University
Julie Marfell, DNP, APRN,
Dean of Nursing, Frontier Nursing University; Treasurer and Board Member,
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. (Moderator)
Tonya Nicholson, DNP, CNM, WHNP-BC, Program Director of
Midwifery & Women’s Health, Frontier Nursing University.
need both a phone line and separate Internet connection, and a Java-enabled Internet
The archived version of the Webinar is not eligible for continuing education credit.
Please purchase the archived program of this Webinar in the NONPF store. You may also submit the attached registration form to the NONPF office.
$125 Member Only - Archived Program only (no CE available)
$150 Non-Members - Archived Program (CE not available)