Florida Academy of Audiology
Fort Myers, FL
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In “the old days” being a “clinical supervisor” meant allowing students to get “clock hours” at your site. Today, being a “preceptor” means developing students’ skills and documenting their “competency” levels. This session will explore preceptor responsibilities including: evaluation of student performance, documentation of student performance, setting goals, and communication with the University. We discuss what to expect from students, and how to juggle clinic and student education demands.
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Friedland, Erica and Needleman, Alyssa, "Effective Precepting" (2014). Department of Audiology Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 3.
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