What is it about her report that doesn't make sense? I guess I don't understand how a report wouldn't make sense. I mean...you're giving a report on PMH, allergies, full code, current issues/asst...is she just not organized? That should be an easy fix, but for someone that cannot take constructive criticism, it won't be. You're going to have to mention the report issues as well as her, and you could say it like this to the manager..."While her experience is valued on this unit, I think because of that, she has a harder time taking constructive criticism, and learning to improve and ask questions about things she does not know. Because of this, I'm concerned for patient safety." Your manager will know what that means lol, and you're saying it in a diplomatic way. Is there any way you can tell your manager this ahead of time, and then when the time comes for the meeting, he/she can broach the subject?
If your preceptee gives you attitude, you can just tell her flat out: It's a patient safety issue, and you need to ask questions when you don't know something, and need to tend to patients needs first rather than just running to break. I mean...seriously....if a patient is having an acute issue, you don't just run to break; that's a real patient safety issue.
Sorry you're having to deal with this, but I guess that goes with the territory sometimes, probably why many people don't precept lol. Hoping your next orientee is eager to learn, and humble. You really have to be in this profession for patient safety. I would like to precept in the future once I'm more experienced, but there are going to be some people like you mention that don't make it a very enjoyable experience lol.