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Fast Facts for the Nurse Preceptor: Keys to Providing a Sucessful Preceptorship

Ciocco, Maggie RN
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Edition: 2nd
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
ISBN: 0-8261-3601-X (082613601X)
ISBN-13: 978-0-8261-3601-5 (9780826136015)
Old Edition: 0-8261-2522-0
Binding: Softcover
Copyright: 2020
Publish Date: 09/20
Bookstore Series: Fast Facts (Springer Publishing) (See all titles)
Weight: 0.54 Lbs.
Pages: 206
Subject Class: N-A (Nursing Administration and Education)
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: This quick-access guide for novice nurse preceptors walks through, step-by-step, how to successfully orient new nurses to the hospital environment. Preceptors are key to staff retention, job satisfaction, improved quality of care, patient safety and transition to practice. For the busy novice nurse preceptor who believes they do not have the time or preparation to be a nurse preceptor, Fast Facts for the Nurse Preceptor, Second Edition explains all the requisites for demonstrating, guiding, and mentoring new nurses through the process of delivering safe, evidence-based, patient-centered care. The second edition builds upon the foundation of the first to address more complicated challenges preceptors face. While reviewing the basics like shift organization, prioritization, communication, delegation, and conflict resolution, this orientation guide delineates the essential qualities of a competent preceptor and their primary responsibilities. It discusses the knowledge and skills a successful preceptor must impart to new nurses while acclimating to a variety of teaching and learning styles. Chapters discuss how to recognize the warning signs of a struggling preceptee, work through a preceptee's "transition shock," and help new nurses to develop critical thinking skills. Abundant case studies highlight common and challenging precepting situations.

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