(1) Learning activities with preceptors may
be included in a curriculum on a limited basis.
(2) The student shall be enrolled in the
course in which the learning activities with preceptors occur and shall not be
compensated by the practice setting during this time.
(3) The process of selection, approval, and
role development of preceptors shall be documented.
(4) The preceptor shall be currently licensed
as a registered nurse and authorized as an advanced practice nurse (if
applicable) according to the Georgia Registered Professional Nurse Practice Act
or the statute in the state/country in which the practice setting is
(5) The preceptor for a
registered nurse student may be a non-nurse provided that the designated
faculty member serves as the co-preceptor.
(6) The preceptor shall be educated at
preferably the same or higher level as the student and have at least one year
of work experience in the practice setting in which the learning activity
(7) The preceptor shall
have the education and/or expertise to enable the learning goals of the
(8) The preceptor shall be
selected collaboratively by the designated faculty member and the registered
nurse responsible for nursing care in the practice setting.
(9) The preceptor shall interact with no more
than two (2) students at any given time.
Each student and preceptor shall have a
readily available, designated faculty member who is responsible for the
learning activities in compliance with Rules
(11) The designated faculty member shall meet
with students and preceptors prior to and throughout the learning activities to
clarify roles, learning goals, and the assessments of outcomes.
Ga. Comp. R.
& Regs. R. 410-8-.06
O.C.G.A. §§ 43-1-25,
entitled "Learning Activities with Preceptors" adopted. F.
Aug. 24, 2015; eff.
Sept. 13, 2015.
Note: Correction of
non-substantive typographical error in Rule History, addition of "Original Rule
entitled "Learning Activities with Preceptors" adopted. F. Aug. 24, 2015; eff.
September 13, 2015." to History
citation. Eff. September 13,