Graduate Clinical Preceptors

Graduate Clinical Preceptors


Preceptors are only used in the graduate program. The clinical preceptorship is a clinical experience that allows students the opportunity to apply knowledge gained in the didactic portion of the program to patient care management or educational setting. Practice in the clinical setting provides Pittsburg State students with the opportunity to observe and actively participate in the delivery of health care and to incorporate advanced practice concepts. Preceptors actively practicing in clinical settings are qualified to facilitate the development of students in the advance practice role.

 

Family Nurse Practitioner Preceptor Handbook

Graduate Clinical Preceptor Packet

Contact Information:

Dr. Karen Johnson
kajohnson@pittstate.edu
Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing
108 McPherson Hall
Pittsburg State University

Tracey Mussa
Executive Assistant
Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing
102 McPherson Hall
Pittsburg State University

Phone: 620-235-4431
Fax: 620-235-4449

  • Graduate Preceptor Training Modules

Preceptor Portal Vignettes

  • Precepting the Primary Care NP Student (5:58)  https://vimeo.com/118248476
    Watch NP faculty actors play the roles of the NP and preceptor in the primary care setting. Pick up tips on reasonable expectations for the student role.

  • Working with the Overly Confident NP Student (7:21)  https://vimeo.com/118248471
    This vignette offers preceptors strategies on how to recognize and work with the overly confident and confrontational NP student.

  • Working with the Overly Sensitive NP Student (9:18)  https://vimeo.com/118248472
    This vignette offers preceptors strategies on how to overcome the challenges of working with the overly sensitive NP student.

  • Precepting in a Busy Clinic (12.32) 
    https://vimeo.com/153056353
    This vignette offers guidance to the preceptor for the student clinical experience when working in a busy clinic.