Preceptor Resources

Welcome to the CHA/PA Preceptor Page. We want to thank all of our preceptors for their hard work and dedication! Read on for information on the advantages of precepting for CHA/PA, as well as links to evaluations and preceptor resources. Feel free to contact us with any curricular or general feedback, as we value your opinion!

Rotation Syllabi and Objectives

3rd Year

MPAS 6905 Surgery

MPAS 6913 Pediatric Critical & Acute Care

MPAS 6920 Neonatology

MPAS 6930 Primary Care I - Gen Peds focus

MPAS 6932 Inpatient Pediatric Medicine

MPAS 6936 Peds Elective

MPAS 6938 Adolescent Medicine

MPAS 6940 Primary Care II - Family Medicine focus

MPAS 6942 Inpatient Adult Medicine

MPAS 6947 Primary Care III - Women's Health focus

MPAS 6948 Emergency Medicine

MPAS 6952 Rural Track Family Medicine

MPAS 6970 Adult Elective

MPAS 6974 Primary Care IV - Internal Medicine focus

MPAS 6975 Behavioral & Mental Health

Preceptor Assessment of Students​

The CHA/PA program utilizes an improved assessment method for clinical rotations. The process allows preceptors to assess student performance in a developmental approach. The assessment allows students to identify areas of improvement and strengths, guide their future educational goals, and provide a measure of their progress over three clinical years.

Preceptor mentoring a PA student in clinic

Electronic assessments can be accessed at Typhon.

If you are unable to access the electronic assessment from Typhon, please print the appropriate CHA/PA student assessment form below. When complete, please fax to the CHA/PA office at 303-724-1350, attn: Clinical Team or email your scanned assessment to

1st Year Student Preceptor Assessment of Performance

2nd Year Student Preceptor Assessment of Performance

3rd Year Student Preceptor Assessment of Performance

Why precept?

Precepting is an integral piece in CHA/PA's education of PA students. Physicians (MD/DO), PAs, CNMs and Nurse Practitioners can precept. Clinical mentoring offers you the opportunity for professional and personal development while mentoring PA students at various stages of their clinical education. Modeling provided by preceptors, in all types of clinical settings, provides students with a tremendous learning experience.

You may elect to precept our first year students who have basic clinical skills, our second year students who have advanced clinical skills, and/or our third year students who can become an integral member of your provider team.

One of the best ways to identify a future PA colleague for your practice is to provide clinical preceptorships in your office!

One PA student takes another's pulse in a clinic

Interested in Precepting?

Contact the Clinical Team to learn more about precepting opportunities., 303-724-7288.

Child Health Associate/Physician Assistant Program (CHA/PA)

CU Anschutz

Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place

Room E7019

Mail Stop F543

Aurora, CO 80045

(303) 724-7963

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