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- Jul 9, '10 by an2onhow long do you have to complete them?
- Jul 9, '10 by thigginsiiAbsolutely wonderful article!!!! Huge Kudos......I'm truly inspired! Everyone should read this regardless of what stage in nursing they are in.
- Jul 11, '10 by livelaughlove09I thought this was pretty spot on and simply points out what this clinical instructor expects from his students, which was pretty much what my nursing instructors expect from me, and is not unreasonable. Nursing school is a very difficult and stressful time. As for the yelling part, it really didn't even jump out at me, but yeah I'd be pretty upset if any of my instructors, clinical or not, yelled at me, but I'd probably be more upset at myself because I would have had to do something pretty wrong. I'm a good student, and I feel I'm good in the clinical atmosphere as well, but I put my heart and soul into everything nursing whether it be an exam, a quiz, preparations for clinicals, or actual client care. I only wish my clinical prep took 8 hours, lol more like 12 for me. But when anyone comes at me with questions about issues with my client, I try to be prepared enough to be able to answer them. They say this will improve over time, that it won't take as long the more experience you have. I love the discussions and encouragement from this forum.
- Dec 8, '11 by inoj08so inspiring! ^^_ i wish my clinical instructors were like you. Keep inspiring people! KUDOS!
- Dec 12, '11 by KyndallI'm beginning my first semester of nursing school in January and it's good to have insight and tips from a nursing instructor. Thanks, this was great! =) It makes me a little nervous though.
- Jun 24, '12 by marty6001Every summer I come back and re-read this article I wrote. I love teaching students, and yet, just tonight we were having a discussion on the unit I work as an APRN on and they were saying how evil I must be in clinical with students. I respond the same everytime. It's not evil to be "that preceptor"... You all had one of those. The one who pushes and pushes you to stop asking how and start asking why. I did. She changed my life. And because of her, I push and push to make the next nurse one who will change the world. Are they changing the world, the hundreds of students I have taught, I sure hope so!!!
- Jun 24, '12 by GitanoRNenlightening article for future students, thank for sharing....aloha~
- Jun 24, '12 by mrskennedyQuote from ebailey1218I loved everything you had to say, but your last item made me smile. I am so excited to start school - I worked so hard to get here!
I agree. And my hard work will continue not just in the program, but after school as well. I only hope to make a difference in the many lives I will encounter throughout my nursing career.
Also, I hope to have an instructor as dedicated as you are.