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Fast Facts for the Nurse Preceptor: Keys to a Successful Preceptorship in a Nutshell

Ciocco, Maggie RN
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Edition: 1st
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
ISBN: 0-8261-2522-0 (0826125220)
ISBN-13: 978-0-8261-2522-4 (9780826125224)
New Edition: 0-8261-3601-X
Binding: Softcover
Copyright: 2016
Publish Date: 09/15
Bookstore Series: Fast Facts (Springer Publishing) (See all titles)
Weight: 0.44 Lbs.
Pages: 172
Subject Class: N-A (Nursing Administration and Education)
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A New Edition of this Title is Available
Doody Star Rating: 3
Return Policy: Returns accepted up to 6 months provided no other recalls or return restrictions apply.
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Class Specifications
ISSN Series: Fast Facts
Discipline: Nursing
Subject Definition: Education, Nursing; Clinical Competence
NLM Class: WY 18
LC Class: RT42
Abstract: Dedicated and competent nurse preceptors are vital to the success of health care organizations and to the retention of nurses in the profession. Yet clinical teaching and supervision is a skill that must be developed; a knowledgeable and experienced practitioner does not automatically become a successful nurse preceptor. This pithy reference guide for nurses in the preceptor role is brimming with information about how to successfully educate, protect, socialize, and evaluate nurses transitioning into a new environment. In an easy-access, bulleted format, this resource helps preceptors to establish clinical objectives, execute evaluation and feedback techniques, identify role responsibilities, develop positive communication skills, and develop effective teaching/learning strategies. The guide addresses the qualities of a good preceptor, communication and delegation skills, and the importance of evidence-based practice for the preceptor role. It discusses how to prepare new nurses for the reality shock of entering a new arena, and how to recognize and help the preceptee who is struggling. Nurse preceptors will gain insight into how to assist preceptees in organizing their clinical day and prioritizing their responsibilities. From suggestions in conflict resolution and bullying to aids in developing critical thinking skills to advice on completing relevant documentation, this guide helps new nurse preceptors to provide a well-orchestrated orientation that will ensure a positive experience for novice nurses and the subsequent delivery of quality, patient-centered care. Sample competency forms and clinical tools add to the book.s utility, as well.

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