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.

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

Preceptors for Pre-Licensure Students:

Please review:

Preceptors for Advanced Practice Students:

New to precepting? Check out this preceptor toolkit from AANP.

Please note: preceptor resumes/CVs are kept on file to comply with program accreditation requirements. This information will not be shared with anyone other than our accrediting bodies.

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?