Preceptors come together for Workshop and Recognition Day
The School welcomed more than 90 community preceptors to Helen Wood Hall April 28 to recognize them for their contributions and provide free educational sessions.
Preceptors are critical to nursing education, usually spending eight to 16 hours a week over the course of a 14-week semester working one on one with students. Many have served as preceptors continuous semesters year after year.Two awards were given during the event. Mary Beth McCann was named Outstanding Preceptor of the Year, and Mel Callan was recognized as this year’s Distinguished Alumna Preceptor.
Multimedia in this Issue:
View a slideshow of the event.
Nursing and medical school students partner to learn teamwork
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