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说说如何找NP PRECEPTOR
写在最前面
There are definitely people out there willing to help, but start early so
you have time to find them.
建议提前一年就开始联系PRECEPTOR,有的NP学生甚至说自己是找好了所有的PRECEPTOR
才注册NP PROGRAM,交学费,当然你不用那么AGGRESSIVE,但是提前一年就联系
PRECEPTOR是有必要的。有的PRECEPTOR临时换工作,或者需要请假做手术,度假,或者
出去做medical mission,PRECEPTOR也是一大堆破事。还有的PRECEPTOR在你开始前的
一个星期突然告诉学校,他不能PRECEPT学生了,由于种种原因。有的NP学生就只能等
一个学期,浪费一个学期的时间。
学校说是会帮你找PRECEPTOR,但是实际上要求你自己先找,要求提前三五个月就找到
PRECEPTOR.我去过本州的NP 协会的DINNER,认识人,问那些刚刚毕业的NP在那儿做的
OB/GYN ROTATION.因为最难找的就是OB/GYN。结果我回去打电话,接收学生的OB/GYN医
生已经是booked through 2018,要知道我是在2016年问的。然后我去FACEBOOk还有
LINKEDIN找那种GROUP,和那些NP学生交流
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4662882
https://www.facebook.com/groups/341808936001309/
一个本地NP学生的OB/GYN医生接收NP学生,同时有五个学生!!!我做过的儿科的
ROTATION的医生诊所,介绍给我认识的一个NP学生,她打电话去问,居然也是BOOKED
UNTIL 2018.还有的医生诊所只接收本地学校的NP学生,还有的医生诊所要收一千美金
PRECEPT一个学生。我后来就在YELP 上搜我家附近的OB/GYN医生,然后EMAIl他们,结
果居然找到一个离家很近,开车LOCAL 10分钟的OB/GYN医生.我们学校也帮我找到一个
OB/GYN医生,不过居然在最后一分钟CANCEL,我们学校过去已经送了两个学生去实习过
了。我只好把自己在YELP上找到的OB/GYN赶紧送去学校批准,PAPER WORK也要至少两个
星期,如果是医院或者大的MEDICAL GROUP,半年甚至一年都是常事。因为有的医院管
这个的人一个季度才开一次会议,你说能不慢吗?还有就是去OB/GYN 的专业协会网站
找医生,和他们联系。还有我感觉那种FQHC应该比较容易接收学生。搜索自己家附近的
FQHC 然后和他们联系。这些地方都是缺医少药,比较容易让学生去HANDS ON.另外就是
认识的医生介绍,比如你做了FAMILY PRACTICE, 你就问那个家庭医生他认识的妇产科
医生能不能接收学生,或者你做了儿科,就问儿科医生他认识的妇产科医生有没有接收
学生的? 他们这些人互相都认识的,都会卖三分面子。我还广发EMAIl给所有我找到的
妇产科医生.
我发的EMAIl的模板是这样的,大家肯定比我更会写。我是抛砖引玉了。
FNP student referred by Dr. XXX look for OB rotation
Dear Dr. XXX:
This is xxx. I am a FNP student at XXX university. How are you doing?
Sorry to bother you, the reason for my email is that I want to see if you
can help me with my women's health rotation. It is kind of hard for me to
find somebody cause I never worked in women's health area.
I had been an RN for more than xx years, right now I am working at Xxxx
Medical Center. I live in Palo Alto and I speak native mandarin. I am in the
second semester of my FNP program. I just finished a family practice
rotation with Dr. XXX who graduated from XXX university. Dr. XXX referred me
to you and told me you are a very good physician, I would get a good women'
s health rotation at your place.
Per my FNP curriculum, I need to do a xx week women's health rotation,
doesn't have to be an OB/GYN - could be an NP or PA that see a significant
amount of women's health patients.Women's Health is everything from family
planning, birth control, pap smears, etc. That is from November 2017 to
January 2018. I need 2 days a week, for a total of xxx hours.
My cell is xxxxxxxxx. Attached please find my resume.
Any of your help and response will be highly appreciated!
Sincerely
Yours
下面几个医院有NP的ROTATION PROGRAM,不过都需要你提前一年去联系,申请。 因为
你学校需要建立affiliate agreement.
https://www.dignityhealth.org/arizona/locations/stjosephs/about-us/research-
and-education/education/for-nurse-practitioners
https://www.bannerhealth.com/health-professionals/for-students/coordination/
rotation-scheduling
http://www.mayo.edu/mayo-clinic-school-of-health-sciences/careers/nurse-practitioner/nurse-practitioner-clinical-rotation-arizona
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/caremorestudentapplication
https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/careers/college-students
[email protected]
Prepare for your future at MinuteClinic
MinuteClinic has partnered with FNP and PA programs throughout the nation to
provide a premier preceptor program for students. Our preceptor program is
designed to educate students about clinical processes as well as about
retail clinics and their role in the changing world of heath care.
Interested in a preceptorship in your state?  
下面是一些找NP ROTATION过来人的经验之谈
From the perspective of someone who both went through a NP program and now
precepts several students a year, there is much wrong with students finding
their own preceptors. My facility has now stopped taking students from all
but three local brick-and-mortar programs; this is because between the
physician, one other NP, and myself we had over sixty (63 to be exact)
phones calls, letters, and emails looking for placements just for this
summer semester. There are now headhunting agencies that try and find
preceptors for profit. There are students so desperate to find spots they
take poor quality placements. 
As to your point about everyone being a nurse and knowing other nurses and
docs, that's not quite true for many NP students. It's great if you do but I
would venture that many don't know enough NPs and docs to have a full
complement of placements in the required areas of distribution. Even if you
happen to know the exact people you need, you then need to hope their
facility will allow them to take you as a student and your schedule matches.
On top of that, a fair percentage of students have no nursing experience.
It is a prevailing issue with NP education that some schools leave the task
of finding preceptors to students. Some of us, fortunately, didn't have that
problem since our programs arranged our clinical sites for us. Since you're
already in the middle of the program, some strategies have been helpful to
other students in your situation:
- a student membership in your state NP organization can assist in you in
networking with NP's in your area and hopefully someone can point you to the
right person who is willing to precept you.
- sometimes just writing letters isn't enough. Some students actually called
, visited, and physically followed-up on their request to providers and
their clinics in order to secure clinical placement.
- in the future, a good tip is to start the process early. As many students
in your area seek providers who are willing to precept, the existing
preceptor pool becomes smaller and the ones who ask early are at an
advantage.
On a larger scale, I think it's time for students and NP's to unite with a
single voice to end this kind of exploitation in our educational preparation
. The days of "backwoods novice" training with whoever is willing to train
NP students have lost relevance in a time when health care is becoming more
complex, NP's are assuming independent roles, and the general public is
becoming more critical of how their providers are trained.
One thing that was most difficult was finding preceptors. The best advice I
can offer is what my mentor shared with me. Create a folder with your resume
' (how do I get the accent over the e?), To add to the resume', provide some
information about the school (usually can get from their "about us" page),
as well as what is expected during your class: what will be covered and what
is expected from the clinical rotation. During my searches, this helped as
the clinic and preceptor had SOME idea of what I was expected to do and
learn.a cover letter stating concisely what your needs are [Pediatric
rotation, 144 hours, which amounts to 2 8-hour days across 10 weeks or
something like that], and how to contact you. My husband made up some
business cards for me on Vista print [cheap but effective!] that states my
name, title, status as an FNP student, and my phone and email address. I
made up several packets and put them in colored file folders and went door
to door. (It's harder to ignore the student in person than on the phone).&#
160;
I also go to the local advanced practice nurse association dinners (usually
free for students) and network there. I just went last night and have two
leads on my women's health rotation. Don't be afraid to make repeated calls.
Treat this like a job search and be persistent! But be kind,
respectful, and patient. Don't take rejection personally. It's usually not
you, it's them.
The OBGYN rotation was my hardest to secure. A month before I was about to
start my rotation, the FNP I was going to be with switched from a community
women's health practice to nephrology. Talk about being blindsided. 
Like you, I cold called a few places and was turned down. As men we have a
rough go of it. What eventually worked for me was I asked my preceptor for
my first rotation (who is a PCP) if he knew any OBGYN's that would be
willing to train me. Since he refers to them all the time, he gave me a few
and specifically told me to tell them "I sent you". Instead of calling, I
went to their office and told them I am a student working with "blah blah
blah" and he referred me to you because he thought I would get a good women'
s health rotation. Flattery and coming with the backing of someone that
provides them with business was the trick. Taking this approach I had 3/4
people he suggested accept me, and ended up having my pick of the litter.&#
160;
If anything, go to a place in person. It's easier to reject someone over the
phone when it's a faceless voice. If you show up looking presentable and
let them see you, it makes it harder for them to shoo you away.
https://www.enpnetwork.com/nurse-practitioner-preceptors
I made a small presentation...letter of intro including information on my
past experiences, why I had returned to school for my degree, and why I was
looking at this particular practice (butter em up). Anyway, I also included
a copy of the school's basic philosophy and a rundown on the class that I
would be doing the rotation in the particular office. I then got all dressed
up and made cold calls to the OFFICE MANAGER. I quickly explained why I was
there and asked if I could leave my portfolio for the practitioner to
review and then could I call in x days to find out if there was a
possibility of me coming in or talking on the telephone to the practitioner.
I did really well on ALL my sites EXCEPT women's health. I live in a
predominately older community and the CNM who was at the health department
up and retired 3 months prior to my rotation. I scrambled around and was
unsuccessful finding an actual OB/GYN office, but was able to utilize one of
my regular sites and worked with the female practitioners. May not have
gotten to see a lot of infections and stuff, but I became proficient in pap
smears and pelvics and was able to follow through the course without any
major difficulty.
http://midlevelu.com/blog/how-find-clinical-preceptor-your-nurse-practitioner-program
http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/nursing/administration/studentservices/documents/graduate/Tips_for_Securing_Clinical_Preceptor_and%20Site.pdf
加州NP的专业协会网站
http://canpweb.org/
下面是一个大学的NP的所有的clinical site
http://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/con/students/clinicalagencies.html
下面是加州一个大学的NP 的所有CLINICAL SITE
http://www4.csudh.edu/Assets/CSUDH-Sites/SON/docs/forms/BSN/MSN%20clinical%20site%20list%202-14-17.xlsx
下面是加州的MIDWIFE的网站。
http://california.midwife.org
http://www.cpcaannualconference.com/uploads/8/1/4/9/81491828/2016_cpca_ac_attendee_roster.pdf
把上面的CPCA PDF文件中的各个加州参加者的email发个遍, 保证能有收获,这些人都是
自己医疗机构的管理者或者CEO, 要搞个实习应该问题不大。
https://www.oshpd.ca.gov/documents/HWDD/SLRP/SLRP-Practice-Sites-List.xls
这个也是一个很好的名单,挨着发email,把加州的EMAIl个遍
下面这个需要提前至少一年联系,政府机构嘛,出名的慢吞吞。
-Please note the following 4 updated required documents.
N-WOC
TQCVL Letter
Non-Citizen TQCVL
N-SF 61
Agency Contact: Jason [email protected]
See website for updated documents:
http://www.longbeach.va.gov/careers/ Nursing.asp
REQUIRED FORMS: 1. Clinical Rotation Communication Checklist (MUST BE
COMPLETED BY THE INSTRUCTOR PRIOR TO TURN IN OF STUDENT FORMS BELOW) 2.
Trainee Qualifications and Credentials Verification Letter (TQCVL) 2.
Application Form (VA Form 10- 2850D) 3. WOC Appointment Request Letter 4.
AIS Form (Make sure this form is completely typed. Also, ensure you fill in
the Start Date and Termination Date (End Date)). 5. VHA Mandatory Training (
Certificates of Training)(See the attached Self Enroll Health Trainee
Instructions) 6. PIV Form I have attached the required forms to this email.
Forms must be submitted at least 6 weeks prior to the anticipated rotation
start date. Once all the forms are correctly filled out and signed, scan the
forms in the order listed above individually by student to a PDF file.
Email me each scanned student .pdf file (Example: williams.pdf) or you may
mail or hand carry the completed forms. I will contact you via email once
all of the students have been processed through Nursing Education and are
ready for inprocessing through HR.
Instructions for VA Long Beach Fingerprinting(HR, building 165, walk-in
hours 8:30am - 4:00pm): - US Citizens ensure you bring two (2) forms of
valid, unexpired, government identification. - NON-Citizens: One (1) form of
Identification must be your green card, resident alien card, or VISA. -
NATURALIZED Citizens: One (1) form of identification must be a US Passport
or the letter with your picture stating you are a US Citizen. PLEASE NOTE:
At the end of the rotation the Learner's Perception Survey memorandum needs
to be completed/signed by the student and emailed back to me. The Learner's
Perception Survey (LPS) is a mandatory requirement for all nursing students
rotating through the VA Long Beach Healthcare System for clinical assignment
. Link for the Learner's Perception Survey:
http://www.va.gov/oaa/surveys/
Nursing Student Process
Welcome, Academic Affiliates!
Share in our mission to honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional
health care that improves their health and well-being.
VA Long Beach Healthcare System (VALBHS) looks forward to providing
rewarding experiences for your nursing students that will build strong
clinical skills.
On this page, you will find the necessary documents to process their
applications. They will also need to complete the Learner’s Perception
Survey near the end of their clinical rotation, a requirement for all
nursing students rotating through VALBHS for clinical assignments.
For those that are members of the Orange County Consortium, please continue
to include appropriate Orange County Consortium documents.
Kind reminders:
1. All clinical and/or preceptorship must be pre-approved by the Supervisor
of Nursing Education and Research Service before any paperwork is initiated.
a. For Non- Orange County Consortium members, please request approval by
submitting an email to [email protected] with a c/c to [email protected]
.gov.
2. All nursing students must be processed through Nursing Education. This
includes all degrees: DNP, MSN (all specialties), BSN and ADNs.
3. Please work with your clinical coordinator to complete and submit the
paperwork involved.
a. Refer to this website prior to each clinical to ensure latest documents
are used; the site is updated periodically.
b. All forms must be submitted to and reviewed by the VALB Academic
Affiliations Coordinator 6 weeks prior to the anticipated start date. This
date is not negotiable. Failure to comply will jeopardize your clinical
start date
4. Individual solicitations by the students or by the instructor are
prohibited.
a. Any contact from student and/or instructor will be referred back to the
school to work through the established process.
Noah Wagner is the Nursing Education and Research Service Secretary, and he
will be your point of contact. He can be reached at [email protected]
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Lynette Fox, MSN, APRN-BC, NE-BC, CPHQ
Chief, Nursing Education and Research Service
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l**n
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说说如何找NP PRECEPTOR
写在最前面
There are definitely people out there willing to help, but start early so
you have time to find them.
建议提前一年就开始联系PRECEPTOR,有的NP学生甚至说自己是找好了所有的PRECEPTOR
才注册NP PROGRAM,交学费,当然你不用那么AGGRESSIVE,但是提前一年就联系
PRECEPTOR是有必要的。有的PRECEPTOR临时换工作,或者需要请假做手术,度假,或者
出去做medical mission,PRECEPTOR也是一大堆破事。还有的PRECEPTOR在你开始前的
一个星期突然告诉学校,他不能PRECEPT学生了,由于种种原因。有的NP学生就只能等
一个学期,浪费一个学期的时间。
学校说是会帮你找PRECEPTOR,但是实际上要求你自己先找,要求提前三五个月就找到
PRECEPTOR.我去过本州的NP 协会的DINNER,认识人,问那些刚刚毕业的NP在那儿做的
OB/GYN ROTATION.因为最难找的就是OB/GYN。结果我回去打电话,接收学生的OB/GYN医
生已经是booked through 2018,要知道我是在2016年问的。然后我去FACEBOOk还有
LINKEDIN找那种GROUP,和那些NP学生交流
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4662882
https://www.facebook.com/groups/341808936001309/
一个本地NP学生的OB/GYN医生接收NP学生,同时有五个学生!!!我做过的儿科的
ROTATION的医生诊所,介绍给我认识的一个NP学生,她打电话去问,居然也是BOOKED
UNTIL 2018.还有的医生诊所只接收本地学校的NP学生,还有的医生诊所要收一千美金
PRECEPT一个学生。我后来就在YELP 上搜我家附近的OB/GYN医生,然后EMAIl他们,结
果居然找到一个离家很近,开车LOCAL 10分钟的OB/GYN医生.我们学校也帮我找到一个
OB/GYN医生,不过居然在最后一分钟CANCEL,我们学校过去已经送了两个学生去实习过
了。我只好把自己在YELP上找到的OB/GYN赶紧送去学校批准,PAPER WORK也要至少两个
星期,如果是医院或者大的MEDICAL GROUP,半年甚至一年都是常事。因为有的医院管
这个的人一个季度才开一次会议,你说能不慢吗?还有就是去OB/GYN 的专业协会网站
找医生,和他们联系。还有我感觉那种FQHC应该比较容易接收学生。搜索自己家附近的
FQHC 然后和他们联系。这些地方都是缺医少药,比较容易让学生去HANDS ON.另外就是
认识的医生介绍,比如你做了FAMILY PRACTICE, 你就问那个家庭医生他认识的妇产科
医生能不能接收学生,或者你做了儿科,就问儿科医生他认识的妇产科医生有没有接收
学生的? 他们这些人互相都认识的,都会卖三分面子。我还广发EMAIl给所有我找到的
妇产科医生.
我发的EMAIl的模板是这样的,大家肯定比我更会写。我是抛砖引玉了。
FNP student referred by Dr. XXX look for OB rotation
Dear Dr. XXX:
This is xxx. I am a FNP student at XXX university. How are you doing?
Sorry to bother you, the reason for my email is that I want to see if you
can help me with my women's health rotation. It is kind of hard for me to
find somebody cause I never worked in women's health area.
I had been an RN for more than xx years, right now I am working at Xxxx
Medical Center. I live in Palo Alto and I speak native mandarin. I am in the
second semester of my FNP program. I just finished a family practice
rotation with Dr. XXX who graduated from XXX university. Dr. XXX referred me
to you and told me you are a very good physician, I would get a good women'
s health rotation at your place.
Per my FNP curriculum, I need to do a xx week women's health rotation,
doesn't have to be an OB/GYN - could be an NP or PA that see a significant
amount of women's health patients.Women's Health is everything from family
planning, birth control, pap smears, etc. That is from November 2017 to
January 2018. I need 2 days a week, for a total of xxx hours.
My cell is xxxxxxxxx. Attached please find my resume.
Any of your help and response will be highly appreciated!
Sincerely
Yours
下面几个医院有NP的ROTATION PROGRAM,不过都需要你提前一年去联系,申请。 因为
你学校需要建立affiliate agreement.
https://www.dignityhealth.org/arizona/locations/stjosephs/about-us/research-
and-education/education/for-nurse-practitioners
https://www.bannerhealth.com/health-professionals/for-students/coordination/
rotation-scheduling
http://www.mayo.edu/mayo-clinic-school-of-health-sciences/careers/nurse-practitioner/nurse-practitioner-clinical-rotation-arizona
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/caremorestudentapplication
https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/careers/college-students
[email protected]
Prepare for your future at MinuteClinic
MinuteClinic has partnered with FNP and PA programs throughout the nation to
provide a premier preceptor program for students. Our preceptor program is
designed to educate students about clinical processes as well as about
retail clinics and their role in the changing world of heath care.
Interested in a preceptorship in your state?  
下面是一些找NP ROTATION过来人的经验之谈
From the perspective of someone who both went through a NP program and now
precepts several students a year, there is much wrong with students finding
their own preceptors. My facility has now stopped taking students from all
but three local brick-and-mortar programs; this is because between the
physician, one other NP, and myself we had over sixty (63 to be exact)
phones calls, letters, and emails looking for placements just for this
summer semester. There are now headhunting agencies that try and find
preceptors for profit. There are students so desperate to find spots they
take poor quality placements. 
As to your point about everyone being a nurse and knowing other nurses and
docs, that's not quite true for many NP students. It's great if you do but I
would venture that many don't know enough NPs and docs to have a full
complement of placements in the required areas of distribution. Even if you
happen to know the exact people you need, you then need to hope their
facility will allow them to take you as a student and your schedule matches.
On top of that, a fair percentage of students have no nursing experience.
It is a prevailing issue with NP education that some schools leave the task
of finding preceptors to students. Some of us, fortunately, didn't have that
problem since our programs arranged our clinical sites for us. Since you're
already in the middle of the program, some strategies have been helpful to
other students in your situation:
- a student membership in your state NP organization can assist in you in
networking with NP's in your area and hopefully someone can point you to the
right person who is willing to precept you.
- sometimes just writing letters isn't enough. Some students actually called
, visited, and physically followed-up on their request to providers and
their clinics in order to secure clinical placement.
- in the future, a good tip is to start the process early. As many students
in your area seek providers who are willing to precept, the existing
preceptor pool becomes smaller and the ones who ask early are at an
advantage.
On a larger scale, I think it's time for students and NP's to unite with a
single voice to end this kind of exploitation in our educational preparation
. The days of "backwoods novice" training with whoever is willing to train
NP students have lost relevance in a time when health care is becoming more
complex, NP's are assuming independent roles, and the general public is
becoming more critical of how their providers are trained.
One thing that was most difficult was finding preceptors. The best advice I
can offer is what my mentor shared with me. Create a folder with your resume
' (how do I get the accent over the e?), To add to the resume', provide some
information about the school (usually can get from their "about us" page),
as well as what is expected during your class: what will be covered and what
is expected from the clinical rotation. During my searches, this helped as
the clinic and preceptor had SOME idea of what I was expected to do and
learn.a cover letter stating concisely what your needs are [Pediatric
rotation, 144 hours, which amounts to 2 8-hour days across 10 weeks or
something like that], and how to contact you. My husband made up some
business cards for me on Vista print [cheap but effective!] that states my
name, title, status as an FNP student, and my phone and email address. I
made up several packets and put them in colored file folders and went door
to door. (It's harder to ignore the student in person than on the phone).&#
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I also go to the local advanced practice nurse association dinners (usually
free for students) and network there. I just went last night and have two
leads on my women's health rotation. Don't be afraid to make repeated calls.
Treat this like a job search and be persistent! But be kind,
respectful, and patient. Don't take rejection personally. It's usually not
you, it's them.
The OBGYN rotation was my hardest to secure. A month before I was about to
start my rotation, the FNP I was going to be with switched from a community
women's health practice to nephrology. Talk about being blindsided. 
Like you, I cold called a few places and was turned down. As men we have a
rough go of it. What eventually worked for me was I asked my preceptor for
my first rotation (who is a PCP) if he knew any OBGYN's that would be
willing to train me. Since he refers to them all the time, he gave me a few
and specifically told me to tell them "I sent you". Instead of calling, I
went to their office and told them I am a student working with "blah blah
blah" and he referred me to you because he thought I would get a good women'
s health rotation. Flattery and coming with the backing of someone that
provides them with business was the trick. Taking this approach I had 3/4
people he suggested accept me, and ended up having my pick of the litter.&#
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If anything, go to a place in person. It's easier to reject someone over the
phone when it's a faceless voice. If you show up looking presentable and
let them see you, it makes it harder for them to shoo you away.
https://www.enpnetwork.com/nurse-practitioner-preceptors
I made a small presentation...letter of intro including information on my
past experiences, why I had returned to school for my degree, and why I was
looking at this particular practice (butter em up). Anyway, I also included
a copy of the school's basic philosophy and a rundown on the class that I
would be doing the rotation in the particular office. I then got all dressed
up and made cold calls to the OFFICE MANAGER. I quickly explained why I was
there and asked if I could leave my portfolio for the practitioner to
review and then could I call in x days to find out if there was a
possibility of me coming in or talking on the telephone to the practitioner.
I did really well on ALL my sites EXCEPT women's health. I live in a
predominately older community and the CNM who was at the health department
up and retired 3 months prior to my rotation. I scrambled around and was
unsuccessful finding an actual OB/GYN office, but was able to utilize one of
my regular sites and worked with the female practitioners. May not have
gotten to see a lot of infections and stuff, but I became proficient in pap
smears and pelvics and was able to follow through the course without any
major difficulty.
http://midlevelu.com/blog/how-find-clinical-preceptor-your-nurse-practitioner-program
http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/nursing/administration/studentservices/documents/graduate/Tips_for_Securing_Clinical_Preceptor_and%20Site.pdf
加州NP的专业协会网站
http://canpweb.org/
下面是一个大学的NP的所有的clinical site
http://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/con/students/clinicalagencies.html
下面是加州一个大学的NP 的所有CLINICAL SITE
http://www4.csudh.edu/Assets/CSUDH-Sites/SON/docs/forms/BSN/MSN%20clinical%20site%20list%202-14-17.xlsx
下面是加州的MIDWIFE的网站。
http://california.midwife.org
http://www.cpcaannualconference.com/uploads/8/1/4/9/81491828/2016_cpca_ac_attendee_roster.pdf
把上面的CPCA PDF文件中的各个加州参加者的email发个遍, 保证能有收获,这些人都是
自己医疗机构的管理者或者CEO, 要搞个实习应该问题不大。
https://www.oshpd.ca.gov/documents/HWDD/SLRP/SLRP-Practice-Sites-List.xls
这个也是一个很好的名单,挨着发email,把加州的EMAIl个遍
下面这个需要提前至少一年联系,政府机构嘛,出名的慢吞吞。
-Please note the following 4 updated required documents.
N-WOC
TQCVL Letter
Non-Citizen TQCVL
N-SF 61
Agency Contact: Jason [email protected]
See website for updated documents:
http://www.longbeach.va.gov/careers/ Nursing.asp
REQUIRED FORMS: 1. Clinical Rotation Communication Checklist (MUST BE
COMPLETED BY THE INSTRUCTOR PRIOR TO TURN IN OF STUDENT FORMS BELOW) 2.
Trainee Qualifications and Credentials Verification Letter (TQCVL) 2.
Application Form (VA Form 10- 2850D) 3. WOC Appointment Request Letter 4.
AIS Form (Make sure this form is completely typed. Also, ensure you fill in
the Start Date and Termination Date (End Date)). 5. VHA Mandatory Training (
Certificates of Training)(See the attached Self Enroll Health Trainee
Instructions) 6. PIV Form I have attached the required forms to this email.
Forms must be submitted at least 6 weeks prior to the anticipated rotation
start date. Once all the forms are correctly filled out and signed, scan the
forms in the order listed above individually by student to a PDF file.
Email me each scanned student .pdf file (Example: williams.pdf) or you may
mail or hand carry the completed forms. I will contact you via email once
all of the students have been processed through Nursing Education and are
ready for inprocessing through HR.
Instructions for VA Long Beach Fingerprinting(HR, building 165, walk-in
hours 8:30am - 4:00pm): - US Citizens ensure you bring two (2) forms of
valid, unexpired, government identification. - NON-Citizens: One (1) form of
Identification must be your green card, resident alien card, or VISA. -
NATURALIZED Citizens: One (1) form of identification must be a US Passport
or the letter with your picture stating you are a US Citizen. PLEASE NOTE:
At the end of the rotation the Learner's Perception Survey memorandum needs
to be completed/signed by the student and emailed back to me. The Learner's
Perception Survey (LPS) is a mandatory requirement for all nursing students
rotating through the VA Long Beach Healthcare System for clinical assignment
. Link for the Learner's Perception Survey:
http://www.va.gov/oaa/surveys/
Nursing Student Process
Welcome, Academic Affiliates!
Share in our mission to honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional
health care that improves their health and well-being.
VA Long Beach Healthcare System (VALBHS) looks forward to providing
rewarding experiences for your nursing students that will build strong
clinical skills.
On this page, you will find the necessary documents to process their
applications. They will also need to complete the Learner’s Perception
Survey near the end of their clinical rotation, a requirement for all
nursing students rotating through VALBHS for clinical assignments.
For those that are members of the Orange County Consortium, please continue
to include appropriate Orange County Consortium documents.
Kind reminders:
1. All clinical and/or preceptorship must be pre-approved by the Supervisor
of Nursing Education and Research Service before any paperwork is initiated.
a. For Non- Orange County Consortium members, please request approval by
submitting an email to [email protected] with a c/c to [email protected]
.gov.
2. All nursing students must be processed through Nursing Education. This
includes all degrees: DNP, MSN (all specialties), BSN and ADNs.
3. Please work with your clinical coordinator to complete and submit the
paperwork involved.
a. Refer to this website prior to each clinical to ensure latest documents
are used; the site is updated periodically.
b. All forms must be submitted to and reviewed by the VALB Academic
Affiliations Coordinator 6 weeks prior to the anticipated start date. This
date is not negotiable. Failure to comply will jeopardize your clinical
start date
4. Individual solicitations by the students or by the instructor are
prohibited.
a. Any contact from student and/or instructor will be referred back to the
school to work through the established process.
Noah Wagner is the Nursing Education and Research Service Secretary, and he
will be your point of contact. He can be reached at [email protected]
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Lynette Fox, MSN, APRN-BC, NE-BC, CPHQ
Chief, Nursing Education and Research Service
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