Scroll down to learn more about the North Dakota Center for Nursing’s preceptor platforms including resources for APRN Preceptors and Nurse Preceptors.
With the guidance of the preceptor committee the North Dakota Center for Nursing developed two programs to address the needs of preceptors and academic institutions in North Dakota.
The APRN Preceptor program was developed specifically with the Advanced Practice Registered Nursing in mind. APRNs who are interested in serving as a preceptor are asked to register with the ND APRN Preceptor Bureau. This listing helps the APRN program faculty match up willing preceptors with students. An additional component to the program is a continuing nursing education (CNE) activity where participants can earn ND Board of Nursing approved contact hours. Along with the CNE activity there is a listing of additional resources for further learning. If you are an APRN and are interested in serving as a preceptor clink on the link below.
Click here to access the APRN Preceptor Bureau
Newly added is a CNE activity for the Nurse Preceptor titled Key Preceptor Concepts: What you need to know to be a successful preceptor. In addition a flyer was developed for student nurses to hand out to their preceptor at the beginning of a clinical experience. This flyer briefly outlines what the preceptor can expect of the student, contact for the academic faculty, and teaching pointers for the preceptors. If you are a nurse preceptor and would like to complete the CNE activity click on the link below and register:
Click here to access the Nurse Preceptor Page