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SON Preceptors

The University of Mississippi School of Nursing faculty members would like to extend warm appreciation to each of you who have agreed to serve as a clinical preceptors for students from the University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Nursing. Your willingness to mentor these students is one of the highest forms of professionalism.

In this role, you become the facilitator, educator, expert and role model for the students' experiences in a clinical setting. SON students benefit from your knowledge, expertise, confidence, dedication and leadership skills.

Undergraduate:

Contact the program director or education administrator for electronic copies of the preceptor manual or evaluation forms for undergraduate program.

APRN tracks:

The SON Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) Preceptor Orientation Manual is provided to help guide current and new preceptors for any of our five APRN nurse practitioner tracks (including adult-gerontology acute care, acute/primary care pediatric; family; neonatal; family psychiatric/mental health). Contact the education administrator with any questions, or for evaluation forms for the post-graduate APRN tracks. View the Medatrax page for more information about preceptor tracking.

Graduate:

The Nurse Educator (NED) Preceptor Orientation Manual and Nursing and Health Care Administrator (NHCA) Preceptor Orientation Manual is provided to help guide current and new preceptors for our educator and administrator MSN tracks. Contact the education administrator with any questions, or for evaluation forms for the post-graduate tracks.

Doctoral:

Contact the education administrator for electronic copies of the preceptor manual or evaluation forms for the DNP program.