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School of Health Sciences Holds In-Service for Preceptors

Darby Lewes, a faculty member at Lycoming College, presents 'Portrait of a Student as a Young Wolf' during a workshop at Penn College Solo, who helped to demonstrate behavior shaping during the in-service for the School of Health Sciences' preceptors Participants take part in an 'interpretive dance' led by a peerThe School of Health Sciences offered an in-service for its clinical preceptors April 9. Darby Lewes, an English faculty member at Lycoming College, offered a workshop titled “Portrait of a Student as a Young Wolf: Motivating Students.” The school offers the in-service annually to its preceptors, who can earn continuing education units for their attendance.

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