I just wonder if nurses get paid more by becoming preceptors?
I would feel bad if my preceptor is a victim whom is randomly selected without compensation .....I just would like someone who is willing to do it. It does not matter whether they are motivated by monetary gain or their desire to teach.
Where I work, it seem to me that my preceptors change every two weeks
I still do not or will never get a permanent preceptor.
I am jealous of some other new nurses who have a permanent preceptor. I just wonder if the manager just said "you have to precept such and such new nurse this week".... and then that nurse had no choice but to do it... this is not appropriate especially in critical care setting.
I am just curious but it is not appropriate to ask them :chuckle