A faculty development curriculum in clinical teaching for community practitioners
who serve as preceptors to health professions students

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The following ten on-line learning modules may be completed for continuing education credit. Click for summaries.

1: Setting the Stage:  Learning Environment and Goals
    6: Evidence-Based Care
2: Effective Teaching in the Community Practice
7: Clinician-Patient Relationships
3: Evaluating Performance and Giving Feedback
    8: The Changing Practice Environment: Managing Care
4: Teamwork in Health Care
    9: Health Promotion/Disease Prevention
5: Information Technology
    10: Working with the Community

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EPIC is sponsored in part by FIPSE (the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education: US Dept.of Education Award # P116B70820) and supported by the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers.

Copyright 1998 by the Office of Educational Development, University of North Carolina School of Medicine. All materials subject to this copyright may be photocopied for the noncommercial purpose of scientific or educational advancement.

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FIPSE project group, Office of Educational Development, University of North Carolina School of Medicine. The Expert Preceptor Interactive Curriculum. [Electronic] URL: http://www.med.unc.edu/epic/ (1998, October).

This Resource Successfully Peer Reviewed by MedEdPORTAL on 11/22/05.
MedEdPORTAL Publication Number: 190