Summary: Preceptors Orienting New Nurses

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Discussion Board 5 Preceptors orienting new nurses must have elements of appropriate teaching techniques. Included are knowledge, patience, perseverance, and the ability to provide constructive feedback in an encouraging manner. As noted by (Barry, Murcko, & Brubaker, 2002) “errors are prevented by having the right equipment, the right infrastructure, trained personnel, and work tasks that lend themselves to being done correctly” (p. 16). Having the proper tools to teach new nurses can assist the preceptor with more detailed development of the new nurses. Maintaining encouragement through an error-free concept of care is challenging to not only the new nurse but to all nurses working to provide the best quality of care. Various levels

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