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Medical Degree Preceptor Resources

Become a Preceptor

There are two ways to serve as a community preceptor: Clinical Week (1st- and 2nd-year med students) and Community Based Longitudinal Care (CBLC) (3rd-year med students)
Become A Preceptor

Medical Degree Curricular Structure

Translational Education at Carolina (TEC) seeks to transform the way medical students learn the art and science of medicine by integrating basic sciences and clinical skills, providing longitudinal patient care experiences and offering earlier clinical opportunities in specialty fields.
TEC Curriculum Information

Competencies, Enabling Competencies, and Learning Objectives

Descriptions and breakdown of the Competencies and Enabling Competencies for each of the TEC Curriculum Phase courses and the MD Program overall.
MD Program Competencies and Enabling Competencies

Important Policies

Important Policies for Preceptors. For all MD Program Policies, please visit our website,
MD Program Policies

Positive Learning Environment and Student Mistreatment

Information and School of Medicine contacts regarding student mistreatment and creating a positive learning environment.
Student Mistreatment and Learning Environment Concern Policy and Process

Common Assessment Form Guide

Information and resources about assessing medical students, their clinical logs, and your direct observations of their work.
Assessment Clinical Log and Direct Observation

Teaching Toolbox

Tips for new educators, how to teach on the fly, and the R.I.M.E. framework.
Teaching Toolbox

Important MD Program Contacts

Leadership, TEC Curriculum Phase Coordinators, and other important UNC School of Medicine contacts.
MD Program Administration Contacts

Adjunct Appointment and Promotion Processes

Learn more about the process and the steps to take for becoming an appointed Adjunct Professor within the UNC School of Medicine education network.
Adjunct Appointment and Promotion Process

Branch Campus Profiles

Application Phase students spend 12 months completing core clinical clerkships and can choose to complete them in one of four campus programs, each of which offers a distinct but comparable experience.
Branch Campus Profiles