The University of Colorado School of Medicine is dedicated to providing training and development for our teachers who welcome our students into their practices.
Dr. Tai Lockspeiser, Assistant Dean of Assessment, Evaluation and Outcomes, walks you through why we assess students, what type of language is most valuable when constructing your student assessments, why it is important for student grading, and utilizes real examples of former assessments (deidentified) to help identify what makes a good student assessment and how you can improve yours for the future.
Dr. Jennifer Adams, Assistant Dean of Clinical Clerkships, reviews the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Curriculum which occurs during the 2nd year of medical school. This session is particularly beneficial for new faculty preceptors and those who would like a refresher on the Foothills year and how their piece fits into the curriculum as a whole.
LIC faculty provide time-saving tips and tricks while working you’re your LIC student in a busy outpatient clinic.
Faculty expert and Senior Associate Dean of Medical Education, Dr. Shanta Zimmer, reviews key terms in understanding our biases, provides real-life examples to recognize them in the clinical setting, and gives tools on being an effective upstander.
Faculty experts provide tips and tricks to help you guide your LIC students in selecting potential panel patients. Former LIC students provide insights from their experiences and share rewarding panel patient encounters.