Department of Family Medicine. University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Pubic Health
This website has many different preceptor resources including videos, journal articles, forms and other pages which may be helpful.
Brill, John R. MD. MPH. (ND) University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. ‘Hand’ing Uncertainty. University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. http://www.fammed.wisc.edu/sites/default/files//webfm-uploads/documents/med-student/pcc/uncertainty-pcc.pdf
Parrott, Sarah, DO; Alison Dobbie, MD; Heidi Chumley, MD; James W. Tysinger, PhD. (2006). Evidence-based Office Teaching—The Five-step Microskills Model of Clinical Teaching. Family Medicine. Vol.38, No. 3. P164-167. http://www.stfm.org/fmhub/fm2006/March/Sarah164.pdf
Ridgeway, John. RP. (ND). University of Nebraska Medical Center. “Becoming an Effective Preceptor”. https://app1.unmc.edu/cop/cop/handouts/Ridgway_Handout__John_s_revised_version__Becoming_An_Effective_Preceptor.pdf
University of Memphis. College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. (ND) Characteristics of an Effective Preceptor. http://www.memphis.edu/hss/clnt/pdfs/MS-ClinicalNutrition-PreceptorCharacteristics.pdf
Mountain Area Health Education Center. (ND). Preceptor Development Program. Retrieved from http://www.mahec.net/pdp/lessons_learned.aspx?a=9#LITERATURE – http://www.mahec.net/pdp/lessons_learned.aspx?a=9#LITERATURE