The preceptor model of clinical instruction: the lived experiences of students, preceptors, and faculty-of-record.

Abstract

The preceptor model of clinical instruction will become increasingly popular due to the cost of undergraduate education, the scholarly demands of research and teaching, and an interest in developing new partnerships among students, clinicians, and teachers. It is quite timely, therefore, that nurse researchers reveal the nature and utility of this… (More)

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@article{Nehls1997ThePM, title={The preceptor model of clinical instruction: the lived experiences of students, preceptors, and faculty-of-record.}, author={Nicole Nehls and Mohammed Iqbal Rather and Mary Guyette}, journal={The Journal of nursing education}, year={1997}, volume={36 5}, pages={220-7} }