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Resources for Preceptors/Clinical Faculty


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Being a Preceptor
Being a Preceptor

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Clinical Skills
Clinical Skills

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  • Rich, H. (2007). Moulage recipes – Includes recipes for fake blood, sweat, vomit, and pallor.

  • Basic Moulage Recipes – Includes recipes for fake blood, blood clots, circumoral cyanosis, edema, infiltrated IV site, stool, meconium, urine



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Clinical Teaching Aids
Clinical Teaching Aids

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Communication with Students
Communication with Students

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Continuing Education
Continuing Education

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  • AME’s online CEUs through Digital Chalk, including The Preceptor as Educator Series and collaborative offerings with NACPM.

  • The Midwives’ Association of Washington State (MAWS) maintains a list of CEU opportunities for midwives.



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Preceptor/Student Contracts
Preceptor/Student Contracts

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Setting Boundaries
Setting Boundaries

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  • Psychology Department, University of Rhode Island. (n.d.) Healthy Boundaries for Teachers. Kingston, RI: Women Against Sexual Harassment.

  • Yonge, O. (2007). Preceptorship Rural Boundaries: Student PerspectiveOnline Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care 7(1), 5-12. This is one part of a grounded theory project that examined the perspectives of preceptors and students in a rural setting. This article looks at preceptors’ perceptions regarding teaching and boundaries in rural settings.

  • Yonge, O. (2009). Meaning of Boundaries to Rural PreceptorsOnline Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care 9(1), 15-22. This is the second part of a grounded theory study that explored the perceptions of both students and preceptors regarding the student-preceptor relationship in a rural setting and the boundaries that must be developed to ensure it is successful.

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