Welcome SDSU FNP Preceptors
Thank you for supporting our SDSU FNP students. We greatly appreciate it.
- Preceptor Handbook
- AANP Recertification Handbook (precepting information - pg. 22)
- Preceptor Form for CE credits
- Featured CEs (2.25)
- Other CEs
Videos Vignettes for Preceptors to View from NONPF
- Precepting the Primary Care NP Student
- Precepting the Acute Care NP Student
- Precepting in a Busy Clinic
- Preparing NP Students for Pediatric Clinical Experiences
- Working with the Overly Confident NP Student
Student/Preceptor Clinical Hours
Spring (N765 - 1st Clinical): 240 hours total - Mid January to the end of April
- Primary Care Provider (Family Health/Peds/Rural Health): 160 hours in 16 weeks. This turns out to be 1 to 2 per days per week depending how the student and preceptor schedules hours.
- Pediatrics (40 hours): These hours count towards primary care.
- Specialty hours (74 hours)
- Dermatology (37 hours)
- ENT (37 hours)
- Simulation (6 hours)
Summer (N768 - 2nd Clinical): 240 hours total - First of May to the end of July
- Primary Care Provider (Family Health/Peds/Rural Health) – 100 to 120 hours
- Specialties – 120 to 140 hours
- Women’s Health
- Mental Health
Fall (N771 - 3rd clinical): 240 hours total - End of August to the end of November
- Primary Care Provider (Family Health/Internal Med/Peds/Rural Health) – 160 hours in 16 weeks.
- Specialties: 74 hours
- Orthopedics (34 hours)
- Women’s Health (40 hours)
- More Peds if not on track.
Spring (N776 - 4th clinical): 300 hours total - Mid January to the end of April
- Primary Care Provider (Family Health/Internal Med/Peds/Rural Health): 200 hours in 16 weeks.
- Specialties: 92 hours
- Emergency Department/Urgent Care/Other Specialties (92 hours)
- Other Specialties
- Mental Health
- Heart Doctors
- Pain Clinic
- Simulation (8 hours)
***** Preceptors (sometimes facility) are paid $10/hour *****