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  1. pinkdoves

    Tips For Being A Preceptor

    For some unknown reason my supervisors have selected me to be a preceptor for the nurse interns coming this Summer. I have only a little over a year of experience and have never been a preceptor before. Also, as a new nurse, I had THE WORST experienc...
  2. NightNerd

    Setting my orientee up for failure?

    I'm precepting a new grad who will be on nights (I'm day shift - lack of evidence staff on nights meant that I was chosen to precept for her first several weeks). We are in week eight by now, and I'm starting to feel like I've failed her. 😔 I'm hopin...
  3. Hardhands

    Preceptor is a bully....

    OK so here is the background: I'm a new grad starting in the ER were I worked as a CNA for the last year of school. I am 40 years old and a guy. I was assigned a preceptor who I knew would be tough but I have discovered that she is an abusi...
  4. I'm an FNP and I want to share some advice that I assumed was obvious, but apparently is not. I started precepting students this fall and I had four over the semester. Two were rock stars - one is just graduating and I recommended her for a job with ...
  5. I've been a nurse for the past 5-6 years; back ground PH, Ambulatory care, and case manager for patients that are transferred to acute care inpatient/obs, snf, and back etc. My new job is hospital inpatient cm. This hospital is very new to me; servic...
  6. Welcome student NPs and prospective student NPs! Part 2 This is the second part of a two part series, if you haven't read the first installment, start there, if you have, welcome back. First off, a little about me. I am a board-certified Family Nurse...
  7. bas22

    To My Preceptor

    Throughout my orientation, I found not just a preceptor, but a mentor, a colleague and a friend. I am forever grateful that, for me, she provided a safe environment free of hostility and judgment - but one conducive to teaching, learning and growing....
  8. traumaRUs

    Preceptors and Preceptees

    Being a preceptor is one of the most important roles a nurse can fill. It’s a vital role as nurses transition to practice whether new grad or experienced nurse. allnurses.com's Community Manager, Mary Watts, BSN, RN interviewed Kelly Powers, PhD, RN,...
  9. Hi I need help on making a wise decision. I just started my career as an LPN and my first week has been hell. I was hoping this dream job would focus on patient care but so far it has been gossiping, a lack of respect from colleagues due to my precep...