I am trying to find all of my options for an FNP program that finds preceptors/ comes with preceptors for their students.
I am in Utah and cannot move in the next few years. I know about the precepting status of the brick and mortar schools around me. I know about a few other schools that are outside of Utah and would only require me on campus a few times a year. That is doable for me. I have asked these schools if they provide preceptors and some say yes. I am right now wondering though if that "yes" is only for students in the city where the school is- IE would they still find preceptors for distance learning students out of state?
I have been researching this for a while and have a good list going, but would like any additions anyone has.
Here is what I have so far:
Westminster (UT) and the University of Utah both provide preceptors. Arizona State University provides preceptors. University of Arizona does not. Georgetown provides preceptors. University of Cincinnati, Loyola New Orleans, USA, UAB, and Frontier do not. OSU only provides preceptors to students in Ohio. Loyola in Chicago does (but I am not sure this is a DL program.)
Schools I am wondering about- are they DL programs that will find preceptors for you where you are?- Vanderbuilt, Samuel Merritt, Yale, Duke, John Hopkins, Simmons, UConn, University of Michigan Ann Arbor
If anyone knows of a distance learning program that provides preceptors for you (where you live) I would love to hear about it.
Thank you in advance!