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Precepting: A VA Perspective

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1.  How should a student identify themselves to a patient?
  1. Good morning, I am soon to be Dr. Smith
  2. Good morning, I am Kaylee and I will be working with you today
  3. Good morning, I am Kaylee Smith, an audiology extern working with Dr. Jones today
  4. Hey, let’s test your hearing
2.  When working with a student it is acceptable to:
  1. Be offsite supervising a student
  2. Bill for services using your NPI number when the student saw the patient
  3. Supervise from the other side of the booth
  4. None of the above
3.  It is the responsibility of the preceptor to:
  1. Model professional behavior for the student
  2. Adhere to any university requirements
  3. Ensure the student is providing good patient care
  4. All of the above
4.  Successful preceptorship programs include all of the following, EXCEPT:
  1. Safe and positive environments to learn in
  2. Constant feedback and communication
  3. Identified roles and responsibilities
  4. No measurable outcomes for students and preceptors to monitor their development
5.  “Red flags” for preceptorships include:
  1. An inexperienced Audiologist serving as preceptor
  2. The preceptor having no desire to teach
  3. The preceptor is experiencing burnout
  4. All of the above

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