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Reply To: Questions regarding compensation for precepting
Yes our institution pays a preceptor differential for permanent new hires (travelers and students are exempt) of $2.50.
* They get paid each nurse they precept. Being a preceptor can also be used for their annual review and clinical ladder. * The differential is not based on how long the new RN stays.
—————————— Louis Ruggiero, BSN, RN, CPHON Clinical Educator – Infusion Center Children’s Hospital Los Angeles email@example.com —————————— ——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 07-18-2019 12:35 PM From: Michael Hans Subject: Questions regarding compensation for precepting
Does your hospital pay nurse preceptors anything extra or provide any other type of incentive?
Are they paid per new nurse or as part of a larger program, like a clinical ladder or a preceptor group?
Is the payment or incentive based on retention of the new nurse?
If so, how long must the new nurse stay?
—————————— Michael Hans, MS, BSN, RN-BC, CPON® Nursing Professional Development Educator St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital MS 731 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, TN 38105 p: 901.595.5283 b: 901.595.3578 ext. 1181 f: 901.595.4478 firstname.lastname@example.org ——————————