Exploring nurse preceptors' perceptions of benefits and support of and commitment to the preceptor role in the Western Cape Province.

@article{Cloete2014ExploringNP,
  title={Exploring nurse preceptors' perceptions of benefits and support of and commitment to the preceptor role in the Western Cape Province.},
  author={Inez S Cloete and June D Jeggels},
  journal={Curationis},
  year={2014},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={1281}
}
BACKGROUND A preceptor is a specialised tutor who provides practical training to students in the practice setting. They are frequently used to orientate nursing students to prepare them for their duties as professional nurses. In the Western Cape Province professional nurses attend a training programme to prepare them for the role of preceptor. After completion of the training it is unclear how the trained nurse preceptors perceive their preparation for the role. The perceptions of preceptors… CONTINUE READING

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