4 Preceptor Personality Types
Prisca Smith | Scrubs Magazine
The reality is that a good or bad preceptor makes or breaks orientation for a new nurse. So what have I learned? As a nurse on orientation, it is really, really important that I (1) give my preceptor a fair chance and really try to work with them, (2) work hard from the start and try to do as much as possible while I have someone as a back-up and (3) know when to confront a bad preceptor-orientee situation and/or ask for a new preceptor.
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