Learning about information technology in community practice often
may need to be a collaborative process, with students
teaching faculty certain technical skills and faculty helping students
learn how to evaluate and use technology resources appropriately.
In this module, the preceptor will investigate the six primary areas
of information technology academic health centers are focusing on.
They will also consider their own skills and the opportunities available
in the practice for student learning in this topic. Preceptors then
may develop teaching strategies and learning activities.
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- Identify the primary areas of information technology
useful in health professions practice.
- Assess personal and practice-level strengths and weaknesses
in using information technology.
- Work with students to develop and prioritize information
technology learning objectives for the preceptorship.
- Plan learning activities to help students achieve information
technology learning objectives.