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Preparation to Teach Medical Students

Responsibilities & Resources for Teachers


​Clinical

 

​Non-clinical

For Clinical Preceptors in Clinical Blocks/ Clerkships/ Electives/ Foundations of Doctoring


Block specific goals and learning objectives
Brief statements that describe what students will be expected to demonstrate (knowledge, skills, attitudes) by the end of the learning experience.
 
 
MD Program Competencies
All learning experiences lead to proficiency of defined levels of knowledge, skills, and abilities.
 
 
Teacher Learner Agreement
Students and teachers agree to guiding principles to foster mutual respect in the learning environment, accept responsibilities for their roles in learning, and maintain an appropriate relationship between teacher and learner.
 
 
Standards for Medical Student Supervision
In order for a medical student to participate in the clinical setting, the student must have appropriate supervision from a credentialed medical professional.
 
 
Duty Hours Policy
Medical students follow parameters for their work in the clinical setting, including: total hours, length of single shifts and time betweem shifts.
 
Logging of Required Clinical Experiences
Medical students log required clinical conditions and responsibilities to complete each clerkship and course in Phase III. 
 
5-Minute Clinical Block Orientation
In 5 minutes, prepare yourself for your medical student in the clinical setting.
 
 
Student Polices and Procedures (The “White Book”)
The student handbook contains policies and guidelines for medical students.
 
 
Academy of Medical Educators Training Sessions
The Academy provides online and in-person training on a wide range of learning topics for preclinical and clinical health professions student programs.
 

For Lecturers/ Small group Facilitators/ Lab Instructors/ Scholarly Project Mentors


Block specific goals and learning objectives
Brief statements that describe what students will be expected to demonstrate (knowledge, skills, attitudes) by the end of the learning experience.
 
 
MD Program Competencies
All learning experiences lead to proficiency of defined levels of knowledge, skills, and abilities.
 
 
Teacher Learner Agreement
Students and teachers agree to guiding principles to foster mutual respect in the learning environment, accept responsibilities for their roles in learning, and maintain an appropriate relationship between teacher and learner.
   
Student Polices and Procedures (The “White Book”)
The student handbook contains policies and guidelines for medical students.
 
 
Academy of Medical Educators Training Sessions
The Academy provides online and in-person training on a wide range of learning topics for preclinical and clinical health professions student programs.
 
 
Lecture Recording Policy
In the Essentials Core, lectures are recorded by default. Faculty can request that they are not recorded. This policy also addresses intellectual property and access.