Precepting Is a Verb: Strategies for Creating an Engaging Clinical Education Experience
Jennifer Phelan, AuD
CEUs: 0.1 AAA CEUs
Duration: 60 minutes
Instructional Level: Beginner
Program Focus: Knowledge
Precepting is more than having a student follow you around in clinic. Precepting is an active endeavor where we support the growth of graduate clinicians. Each clinical encounter has the opportunity to expand their learning beyond the patient appointment. As clinical educators we are tasked with helping students become their own best clinical selves. This webinar will explore adaptive strategies to deepen student learning, way to help them self-assess their processes, and how we can assist them in making connections will be discussed. Practical strategies that can be implemented in any setting will be given.
1. Discuss how a preceptor can best support the growth of graduate clinicians.
2. Explore adaptive strategies for precepting that deepen student learning.
3. Discover how to assist students with self-assessment and making connections.
Jennifer Phelan, AuD, University of South Dakota
Dr. Phelan is an Assistant Professor and the Audiology Clinic Coordinator at the University of South Dakota. Her roles are a mix of all things Jennifer enjoys including providing audiology care to patients in clinic, supporting graduate clinicians, and strengthening evidence-based precepting in audiology.
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