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  1. Woolforde, Launette EdD, DNP, RN-BC
  2. Mercado, Nicholas R. DrPH, MCHES, HEC-C
  3. Pawelczak, Melissa MD
  4. Callahan, Barbara DNP, MS, ANP-BC, GCNS-BC
  5. Block, Lauren MD, MPH


Interprofessional precepting can advance team-based collaboration. We evaluated the impact of nurse-led precepting of medical students on perceptions of nurse-physician relationships. Forty-six frontline nurses precepted 73 third year medical students in New York for a three-part clinical and classroom experience. Nurse preceptor and medical student attitudes toward healthcare teams and medical student attitudes toward nurse-physician collaboration improved after participation using validated scales. This pilot study suggests nurse-led interprofessional precepting can improve attitudes toward interprofessional collaboration.