Become a preceptor for the online graduate nursing program at Texas Woman's University. Enhance the education of aspiring advanced practice nurses while furthering the nursing profession.
We're seeking nurse practitioners and physician preceptors from across the country in various disciplines, including:
- Primary care
- Emergency medicine
One of the many advantages of distance learning programs is that students can study the didactic portion of their coursework online from wherever they live. Once the student is prepared to enter the clinical portion of the curriculum, we look locally in their community for the appropriate sites that will meet their requirements.
Contribute to a Top Graduate Nursing Program
Texas Woman's University offers one of the top graduate nursing programs in the country. Our dedicated and experienced faculty and staff facilitate a quality and transformative learning experience that prepares candidates to meet the growing need for primary care nurse practitioners. Students are astute and motivated to achieve their fullest potential — 90% have passed their licensure exam.
We are committed to fostering supportive and immersive learning opportunities. That's why we recognize preceptors as an extension of our team. As a preceptor, you'll play an essential role in educating the next generation of nurse practitioners.
Why Become a Preceptor?
Precepting is your opportunity to shape a new generation of nurses, influence real change in health care and give back to the profession. Texas Woman's University students are experienced, committed and qualified professionals you can trust to provide exceptional care for your patients.
The benefits of precepting include:
- Helping nurses achieve professional growth — Share your valuable knowledge and expertise as you guide students through real-life learning opportunities.
- Reinforcing and strengthening your knowledge — Students learn current clinical best practices, so knowledge-sharing is often a two-way street.
- Enjoying the satisfaction of "paying it forward" — Give back to the profession in which you received mentorship when you were a student.