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preceptor

US a practising physician giving practical training to a medical student
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The Preceptor, for such he was in rank, walked not in a line with the Grand Master, but just so far behind that Beaumanoir could speak to him without turning round his head.
Thou wert right to give me knowledge of it,'' said the Grand Master; ``in our presence a Preceptor is but as a common compeer of our Order, who may not walk according to his own will, but to that of his Master even according to the text,
Meanwhile, the Grand Master ordered to his presence the Preceptor of Templestowe.
Yes; but you are alluding to a peril from which he freed himself, by causing the nurse and preceptor to disappear," answered Aramis, quietly.
Well," resumed the young man, "this is why I suspected they had killed my nurse and my preceptor - "
My preceptor was in his room on the first floor, just over me.
Very likely she was in the garden; for my preceptor came hastily downstairs.
And as paper,' remarked my preceptor, 'naturally unfolds in water, the young man would not be surprised at finding nothing, after all, but the letter wide open.
We found him engaged with a not very hopeful pupil--a stubborn little girl with a sulky forehead, a deep voice, and an inanimate, dissatisfied mama--whose case was certainly not rendered more hopeful by the confusion into which we threw her preceptor.
And because we have all to pass through a state of infancy to manhood, and have been of necessity, for a length of time, governed by our desires and preceptors (whose dictates were frequently conflicting, while neither perhaps always counseled us for the best), I farther concluded that it is almost impossible that our judgments can be so correct or solid as they would have been, had our reason been mature from the moment of our birth, and had we always been guided by it alone.
Under the guidance of my new preceptors I entered with the greatest diligence into the search of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the latter soon obtained my undivided attention.
2012) found in their study of 159 undergraduate nursing students that compared the facilitator model to the preceptor model, that while both models of clinical supervision have positive effects on the clinical learning environment, nursing students overall perceived the facilitation model as a better approach for the development of critical thinking, linking theory to practice and improved clinical competence.