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Nurse Practitioner Preceptors for AGNP Programs

At Boise State, we are dedicated to providing each nurse practitioner student with a high quality clinical experience. We value and appreciate the dedicated preceptors who guide, teach, and help prepare students for practice.

  • Preceptors can anticipate a commitment of 128-192 hours over 14 weeks.
  • Preceptors are eligible for status as affiliate faculty at Boise State.
  • Students in clinical rotation are covered by professional liability insurance by Boise State and students are required to maintain personal health insurance.
  • Rotation schedules are based upon the preceptor’s schedule and availability.


View Rotation Schedule and Objectives – Acute Care
View Rotation Schedule and Objectives – Primary Care


View Information for New Preceptors

Preceptor Requirements

  • One year post-licensure experience as a nurse practitioner, physician, or physician assistant.
  • Strong communication, problem solving, teaching, advocacy, conflict resolution, and goal-setting skills.
  • A willingness to provide regular evaluations and to deliver constructive feedback to students.
  • A desire to share your knowledge as a mentor and teach – and to be an advocate for learning.

Contact Us with your Questions

If you are a current preceptor with questions about your student or you are interested in joining our preceptor team, we invite you to contact us.

Portrait of Jennifer Stock

Contact: Jennifer Stock, DNP, FNP-BC
Associate Clinical Professor


Phone: (208) 426-3911


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