He Integrative Clinical Preceptor Model: A New Method for Teaching Undergraduate Community Health Nursing Students1538-9855 (2005)
The Integrative Clinical Preceptor Model was designed to provide a framework for undergraduate clinical education in community health nursing. The model is based on reciprocal collaboration between students, preceptors, and faculty. Implementation of the model has resulted in individualized, population-focused experiences for students based on the principles of service-learning, empowered preceptors who are able to increase their scope of service, and increased productivity for the faculty in research and scholarship. The authors describe the collaborative partnership between a school of nursing and nurses in community health settings that has resulted in excellent clinical experiences for undergraduate nursing students.
Publication DateJanuary 31, 2005
Citation InformationSharon D. Loury, Sharon Mallette, Martha K. Engelke and Alta Andrews. "He Integrative Clinical Preceptor Model: A New Method for Teaching Undergraduate Community Health Nursing Students" 1538-9855 Vol. 30 Iss. 1 (2005) p. 21 - 26 ISSN: Nurse Educator
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