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Obinna Odumodu, BSN, SRNA is currently completing his doctorate in anesthesia at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana as of February 2021, when this podcast was published. This podcast will review best practices in precepting and is being utilized as a teaching tool as part of Obi’s doctoral research. Obi was motivated to create this podcast as a tool for helping SRNAs and CRNAs hone their skills as clinical educators. To that end, we review the benefits of preceptor training, the qualities of effective preceptors and how to tailor approaches to teaching novices verses experienced anesthesia trainees. We also touch on adult learning theory, how to create positive learning environments and give effective feedback. Our hope is that this podcast will overcome the barriers of time consuming and costly preceptor training programs and give SRNAs & CRNAs some practical tools to improve their skills as clinical educators. Like any clinical skill – whether it’s placing central lines & arterial lines or mastering an array of airway techniques, clinical education is not something you show up knowing how to do. Being an effective preceptor is something you can get better at and if you’re working with any kind of learner, you owe it to those learners to think about and actually train on how to become a better educator. Being an expert clinical provider does not mean you are an expert clinical educator. It’s two skill sets. Hopefully this podcast will help you develop as a clinical educator.
Obinna Odumodu was born in Texas but at the age of 3, his parents moved back to Nigeria after completing their degrees at Texas A&M University College Station. Obi grew up in Nigeria and when he was 19 years old, he returned to the United States where he completed a Bachelor’s degree in nursing at West Texas A&M University. He worked as a critical care Registered Nurse for over a decade before returning to complete his DNP degree at the University of Saint Francis. Obi is married to Josephine Odumodu and they have four boys. Interestingly, Obi started training in Jujitsu with his boys when they were young and just prior to entering anesthesia school, Obi won a world jujitsu championship in 2017. He plans to continue to train alongside his sons after completing anesthesia school later this year.
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