Clinical Educator or Preceptor
Clinical Educators/Preceptors are responsible for supervising, educating, and evaluating students in the setting of direct patient care.
|Utilize the hierarchy of questioning as a model of teaching and learning||Clinical Teaching|
|Practice questioning in a supportive, non-confrontational manner||Clinical Teaching|
|Help students develop communication skills||Communication Skills|
|Prepare students for working on a multidisciplinary patient care team||Interprofessional Teamwork|
|Act as a role model of professionalism||Professionalism|
|Effectively provide feedback to faculty and students||Giving Effective Feedback|
|Demonstrate expertise in evaluation and grading procedures for both formative and summative assessment based on criteria based competencies||Student Assessment|
|Apply knowledge of school procedures and standards for student promotions||Refer to your local policies & procedures|
|Initiate remediation procedures for students who do not meet the competency requirements||Remediation and the Difficult Learner|
|Continuously assess teaching methodology with a commitment to continuous improvement in teaching technique||Instructional Methodology|
Good overview editorial with recommended resources:
Sullivan GM. Resources for Clinicians Becoming Clinician Educators. Journal of Graduate Medical Education: June 2015, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 153-155.