We don’t stay new nurses forever. And some of our earliest Fresh RNs are now precepting newbies of their own! In this episode we discuss when to start precepting, your role as a preceptor, and the challenges that come along with it.
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This is my third and final post in my nursey series about precepting new graduate nurses. Here’s the link to the first post. Here’s the link to the second post. Thanks for catching up! Onward.. Once your orientee has mastered caring for 1-2 patients, it’s time to start putting the on the heat. Phase three is […]
Hello good friend! Welcome to my second post in a series of three about how to become an awesome nursing preceptor. Please keep in mind that this is aimed towards the orientation of a new graduate nurse on a general medical-surgical floor. However, it’s pretty general so it can be adapted to fit the needs […]
I was very fortunate to have some amazing preceptors both when I started nursing and again when I transitioned into critical care. I’ve also had the privilege of precepting people myself. I pray I was a tiny fraction of the awesome that my preceptors were to me. Because of an awesome question I received via […]