This guide covers the basics of being an effective preceptor. The guide ranges from establishing a teaching environment to broadening student responsibilities.
This article provides preceptors with information on how to provide effective feedback to their students. The article includes various approaches to feedback and factors that influence quality of feedback.
The Preceptor eLearning Course covers a wide range of subjects to understanding your role as a preceptor to building a foundation for effective communication.
This one-page preceptor guide aides in fostering assessment of student knowledge and providing timely feedback to students.
The AACOM provides short videos and presentations on working one-on-one with students in a clinical setting. The link includes student career planning guide and an education scholar module.
Video Modules included:
Five Microskills for the One Minute Preceptor
The Effective Preceptor
Burrell Archived Presentations for Clinical Educators
Critical Components of Clinical Teaching: Concepts and Strategies
Dr. Todd Zakrajsek visited our campus and offered Faculty Development sessions. Todd Zakrajsek is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Associate Director of the Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Zakrajsek is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Faculty Development in the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University and Executive Editor of a new journal, Education in The Health Professions.
Feedback and Learning Climate
Dr. Robert Goldsteen, BCOM Department Chair of Clinical Education presentation focuses on feedback and learning climate. The presentation is focused on clinical education settings and provides various scenarios and appropriate feedback. The presentation also addresses various techniques for feedback.
The Law of Medical Malpractice
Dr. Anthony Levatino, BCOM Professor, presented on the law of medical malpractice. The presentation includes information on legal theories, professional medical conduct, and much more. Dr. Levatino holds both a medical degree and judiciary degree.
The link below is a recorded session by Dr. Levatino:
Invest in Medicine: Prevent Financial Hemorrhage
Dr. Scott Cyrus, BCOM Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. The presentation is a guide for future physicians and common FAQ’s for a future medical practice.
Includes a schedule of upcoming events and a repository of faculty development resources. Videos, slides, and resource links from prior faculty development sessions are posted here.
Includes Burrell course schedule, clerkship syllabi, and commonly used resources for preceptors.