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Core Preceptor CIass I Core Preceptor CIass I

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e are delighted you are here!
Aligned with the strategic initiatives.
This role is valued by Saint Mary's
leadership Team.
%e History of Precepting.
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et's reflect on the environment.
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It's aII about YOU
citement
Fears
Anieties
Confidence builders / busters
Objectives
#eflect on the impact of the environment.
Prepare the groundwork for a successful
and positive eperience serving as a
preceptor.
dentify the role and responsibilities of
serving as a unit-based preceptor.
State the process for documenting the
clinical performance of the orientee.
dentify your personal communication style
using the DSC format.
W eneraI Statement love
nursing .
W Learning / %eacing StyIe
auditory / kinesthetic
W DiSC ProfiIe
W ConfIict ResoIution StyIe
owl / turtle
W Meyer-Briggs F
W urse ane Doe
W years of solid nursing
eperience
W raduated from SSU in
with a BS
W perience ntermediate
ntensive Care with a focus on
eurosciences, Quality
W Passion about nursing
Preceptor ProfiIe
Saint Mary's HealthCare: Nursing
Unit is _____
DiSC
hat is your communication Style?
ursery PIants
at is Preceptorsip?
A formally planned arrangement in
which an eperience nurse is paired
with an ineperienced nurse to
facilitate learning in a clinical setting
(ockhart, 2004)
#eview ob Description
Scope and Standards of
Practice
Standard 0. Collegiality
Standard . eadership
Many RoIes .
One Profession
Teacher
Facilitator
Mentor
Colleague
#ole Model
valuator
Socializer
Coach
pert Clinician
Consultant
Friend
elcoming
Committee
Putting te RoIe into
Practice
eadership pectations of the Preceptor
Make them feel welcomed and invited
Keep a balance between a careful eye and
fostering independence
Validate assessments (accountability)
Open, honest, mature dialogue about +/-
Unit routine as it relates to strict adherence to
P&P, SOC, and standards of practice
Building a strong foundation of their professional
practice is first important then move to speed
and efficiency
Pat Benner's %eory of
ovice to Expert
%ake te ood . eed
out te Bad
#eflect back to a time when you were
on orientation..
RefIections
group exercise
hat was your most positive
eperience? egative eperience?
hat did you like best about your
relationship with your preceptor? ike
least?
How did the mood / attitude of your
preceptor influence your learning?
%ooIs
Collaborative eercise
Your strengths
Team's strengths
DesirabIe QuaIities of a
Preceptor
Friendly . creates a welcoming
environment
Demonstrates the five pillars of Saint Mary's
ursing
udes passion about nursing
Solid clinical skills
oal orientated
Positive
Customer Service oriented
Confident / honest / accountable / integrity.
Scope of Practice
is eac nurse aIike?
#egistered urse eperienced
# #esident
raduate urse ntern
Student urse
urse tern
PCAs
BuIb to Bud
%he expectations they hear
n on Time / Out on Time
oal set for day . collaborative
Take a Break (mandatory 20 min
uninterrupted)
Complete, accurate, thorough assessments
documented in a #eal Time Fashion
ork Completed
Have a little bit of fun / socialize
Comfortable at that patient load
Time to review P&P / dentify resources
Passing Medications
IndependentIy
Successfully passed medication test
Have Michigan icense
Deemed competent & qualified by
preceptor
Be able to describe "independent
double check
Documentation %ooIs
Clinical ournals
oal setting
Cerner Documentation
Requirements for
Preceptor
Meds
Documentation
Your role as a
documentation
resource
%ank you..
For creating a warm welcoming
environment!