Lessons students and new graduates could teach: a phenomenological study that reveals insights on the essence of building a supportive learning culture through preceptorship.

@article{Kelly2013LessonsSA,
  title={Lessons students and new graduates could teach: a phenomenological study that reveals insights on the essence of building a supportive learning culture through preceptorship.},
  author={Jennifer N Kelly and Margaret McAllister},
  journal={Contemporary nurse},
  year={2013},
  volume={44 2},
  pages={
          170-7
        }
}
Nursing educators engage in many practices and one of the most important is preceptorship. However, evidence underpinning preceptorship is scant. Indeed some critics suggest that the planning, delivery and evaluation of preceptorship programmes rarely involves the people they are designed to assist - namely students. This qualitative study, part of a larger phenomenology of the experience of students and new graduates, included the exploration and description of students' experiences of… CONTINUE READING
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