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A. The board shall develop a preceptorship awareness campaign that educates medical professionals who are licensed pursuant to this chapter on how to become and the benefits of being a medical preceptor for students.
B. For the purposes of this section:
1. "Medical preceptor" means a medical professional who is licensed pursuant to this chapter and who maintains an active practice in this state.
(a) Means a mentoring experience in which a medical preceptor provides a program of personalized instruction, training and supervision to a student, which may include educating the student about dispensing drugs and devices, to enable the student to obtain a medical professional degree to become licensed pursuant to this chapter.
(b) Does not include mentoring for medical services that are prescribed in section 36-2301.01, subsection C, paragraph 1.
3. "Student" means an individual who is matriculating at the graduate level at an accredited institution of higher education in this state and who is seeking a medical professional degree to become licensed pursuant to this chapter.