OCER Community-based Teaching Database
The OCER Community-based Teaching Database tracks placements of Geisel School of Medicine students (i.e., student name, preceptor name, teaching site, dates of placement) in all the ambulatory courses since 1997. It contains more than 7,000 educational placements at 529 ambulatory teaching sites involving 1450 community-based faculty, and identifies placements at federal and state designated underserved sites. Additionally, the database tracks participation of community-based faculty in faculty development workshops, teaching site visits, the Community Preceptor Education Board, and other CME activities. Contact OCER for more information about the database.
OCER Grant Library
The OCER Grant Library lists up-to-date information on funding opportunities for educational research and programs related to community-based education. For more information, please contact OCER.
OCER Evaluation and Administrative Assistance for Geisel School of Medicine Training/Education Grant Submissions
OCER faculty has diverse research skills that can be applied to most educational grant submissions. However, our focus is to provide assistance with grants related to community-based education. Support with administrative activities related to the submission (e.g., preparing face pages, appendices, tracking the status of letters of support) may also be available, depending on competing demands of office activities. Please contact OCER to obtain our guidelines for accessing grant submission support.
Collaborative Manuscript Development Guidelines
These guidelines outline a process for manuscript and abstract development to promote collaboration among educational researchers at Geisel and other institutions.