University of Virginia School of Nursing

Proud to be a Preceptor

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Preceptors are experienced clinicians who supervise nursing students in a clinical setting giving them practical experience with patients. This year, 246 preceptors in dozens of Virginia hospitals and clinics are working one-to-one with nursing students to nurture their skills and confidence.

Preparing for clinical teaching and precepting

Your work means a great deal to us, and to your students. As a key member of the School of Nursing team, we thank you for nurturing the next generation of nursing professionals with clarity, compassion and purpose.

Preceptors

Please review:

New Clinical Faculty

  1. Orientation Manual for clinical faculty and GTAs
  2. Guidelines for Course and Clinical Faculty in the Faculty/Staff Handbook (NetBadge login required)

Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs)

  1. Orientation Manual for clinical faculty and GTAs
  2. Guidelines for Course and Clinical Faculty in the Faculty/Staff Handbook (NetBadge login required)
  3. Review the GTA & GRA Handbook 2015-2016

Evaluations

Sample versions of the evaluation forms described in the orientation manuals:

 

Questions?