MSMP was recently approached by Oregon Health & Science University,
and asked to share the following information with our membership on their behalf.
The medical school class of 2020 begin their first clinical experience. We are short of preceptors! We are looking for physicians of all specialties who can accommodate a student in clinic a ½ day a week.
The goal of the preceptorship is to learn about professionalism, communicating with patients and colleagues, learning in a clinical environment and how care is delivered in different settings. Students can apply what they are learning in the classroom to real clinical settings. Students find this the most rewarding experience of their first years of medical school. It helps them remain motivated to stay focused in the classroom.
If you are interested, here is a link to a survey providing additional logistical information, and offering teaching availability for the entire year. Please disperse this to your clinics, as well as any colleagues in the community who might be interested.
Students really do love the preceptorship experience. It builds relationships with clinicians and patients and is an integral component of the curriculum. We cannot make this happen without your generous help and expertise.
Please contact the Preceptorship Coordinator, Lyndsay Dinino email@example.com or the Preceptorship Director, Mark Kinzie MD, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org directly with any questions.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
Lyndsay Dinino, MA | Preceptorship & Narrative Medicine CoordinatorJ. Mark Kinzie MD, PhD
OHSU School of Medicine
Teaching Services Office |CLSB 4A026
(503) 494-5121 | email@example.com
Psychiatry Residency Program Director
Alpha Omega Alpha, OHSU Chapter Councilor
Oregon Health and Science University
503-418-1608 | firstname.lastname@example.org