Nurse Preceptor Training
— Offered by College of Education and Health Professions and Eleanor Mann School of Nursing —
Staff nurses are essential to the professional formation of student nurses. In this series of courses, participants will learn about the roles and competencies associated with precepting nursing students. Information is provided on assessing student learning needs and how to foster a growth mindset. Participants will learn about strategies and techniques useful to create an effective environment for learning.
The Preceptor Role
Learning Activities and Evaluation
Collaboration, Communication, and Socialization
- After completing course 1, the learner will report an increase in knowledge of the nurse preceptor role to meet the learning needs of the student nurse.
- After completing course 2, the learner will report an increase in knowledge of effective teaching and evaluation methods.
- After completing course 3, the learner will report an increase in knowledge of the professional socialization of student nurses.
DNP, RN, Gero-BC
Lori Murray is a Teaching Assistant Professor within Eleanor Mann School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas. She has practiced as a registered nurse for 25 years and has taught nursing students for 17 years. Lori has served in various administrative positions in both clinical and education settings.
Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, University of Arkansas, is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.