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Students are socialized into the role of professional nurse in the clinical setting, where accountability is demanded and the consequences of choices and actions are readily apparent. The clinical setting provides opportunities for students to develop, practice, and test these affective outcomes. Clinical education should expose students to strong role models, including nursing faculty members and practicing nurses, who demonstrate a commitment to professional values, and should provide value development opportunities that serve to socialize students to the profession (Weis & Schank, 2002).
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The combination of academic preparation and professional work experience supports the teacher’s credibility and confidence and is particularly important for faculty members who will provide direct, on-site guidance of students in the clinical area. Students often identify the ability to demonstrate nursing care in the clinical setting as an essential skill of an effective clinical instructor (Case & Oermann, 2004; Krafft, 1998; Stokes & Kost, 2004). Clinical teachers should maintain current clinical knowledge through participation in continuing education and practice experience.