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preceptor

US a practising physician giving practical training to a medical student
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Based upon the information given regarding preceptorship/mentorship (Table 1), ODP 'A' felt that they would have benefited more from receiving a preceptorship programme rather than mentorship.
Various institutions have addressed the issue of preceptorship in different ways.
As defined by the ADHA Web site, "The word preceptorship comes from the word preceptor, which means teacher or instructor.
Adkins kindly agreed to assist me with the preceptorship, and I am very grateful that she allowed me this unique opportunity to learn.
The radiologist serving as the chief preceptor completes an overall evaluation of the RA's cognitive, psychomotor and affective skills at the end of the RA's preceptorship.
Blanchard to practice medicine in Louisiana during his three preceptorships, Broadlawns exposed itself to pitfalls inherent in those actions and should be reasonably required to defend itself in a Louisiana court.
The system includes scheduling, managing and recording results of preceptorship events/documenting proof of applied skills.
Nurse-returners will be made very welcome at the open day but newly-qualified staff are also in demand and the North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust have devised a competency- based preceptorship programme to assist them in building up their careers.
Taking a rural preceptorship as a medical school senior.
Do you have a structured preceptorship or do you fly by the seat of your pants?
A preceptorship program was designed to attract health care providers to rural areas, and the community held its first youth summit in February.