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NUR 670 – Practicum Evaluation of Student by Preceptor

NUR 670 – Practicum Evaluation of Student by Preceptor

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Complete the midterm preceptor evaluation as follows:

1. Please make sure that all current hours have been entered into Typhon and your preceptor has approved all your current hours. This must be done prior to submitting your Midterm Clinical Evaluation. http://www.typhongroup.net/gcu

2. The preceptor will complete the “Nurse Leadership Practicum Final Evaluation of Student by Preceptor” form. Instructor discretion may vary the due date depending on student’s clinical practicum experience.

3. Review the evaluation with your preceptor.

4. Both the student and preceptor will sign electronically, and the preceptor will email one copy to the instructor and one to the student.

5. This form must be submitted directly from the preceptor to the instructor. The student, preceptor, and instructor sign the form electronically. NUR 670 – Practicum Evaluation of Student by Preceptor

6. The student must submit a signed copy to the instructor.

7. Unsigned submissions or those not submitted appropriately do not meet completion criteria.

This is a pass/fail assignment. Students will receive 1 point for the successful completion of the assignment. Failure to successfully complete this assignment will result in failure of the course.

You may submit up to 2 extra credit commentaries on any of the assigned (non-textbook) readings throughout the semester.  Each commentary is worth 2 points of extra credit added to your overall point total for the semester.  To earn these points, you must submit a 3-5 page double-spaced response to a selected assigned research article on Canvas.

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Your commentary should have a clearly stated argument which you then support with logic and additional academic sources.  As long as you critically engage with a reading in an organized, coherent manner that is generally free of grammatical and spelling errors, you will earn both possible points.  Some example prompts for a commentary include (but are not limited to):

  • Explain why the article made an important contribution to the field.
    • Briefly summarize the state of research prior to the article and how the article built off of that foundation and propelled the field forward in a meaningful way. Use class readings or outside sources to support your argument.
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