This marvelous Facebook post along with its comment section pretty much sums up everything wrong with NP (and DNP) education today, doesn't it? Not only do NP and DNP students have trouble finding preceptors to support their diploma-mill "education", but as at least one commenter points out, the best preceptors may not even have a DNP or be a nurse! Wow, who would've thought that an attending physician with tens of thousands of hours' worth of clinical training and experience would make a better preceptor than a DNP whose one-year "doctorate" consisted of little more than a few fluff online courses and a final thesis/project that is essentially a high school-level essay?