Teaching Tools and Resources
Preceptor Faculty Development Workshop Presentation Materials
Teaching PE Skills to Medical Students Large Group: Leslie Fall, MD & Kimberly Gifford, MD
Approach to Teaching Clinical Skills
Intro to Shared Decision Making: W. Blair Brooks, MD & Nan Cochran, MD
Shared Decision Making
Effectively Incorporating Technology with Patient Care and Teaching: From EMR's to Online Tools: Nan Cochran, MD, Todd Poret, MD, & Pamela Bagley, MLIS, PhD
Effectively Incorporating Technology
Nan Cochran, MD - Effectively Using an EMR while communicating with your patient and other clinic resources
Todd M. Poret, MD - Computer-based clinical cases in IM, FM, and Peds Clerkships
Pamela Bagley, MLIS, PhD - Finding information on the fly
Web-based Learning Modules
Pediatric Grand Rounds is available Online!
Submit the online evaluation to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Biomedical Libraries Web Portal
Are you a Geisel School of Medicine Year 1 or 2 student? Or a facilitator or preceptor who works with Geisel students? A reminder that we have a web page designed to give you quick access to our resources and services frequently used by first- and second-year students. Some of these digital resources include Harrison's Online, Atlas of Adult Physical Diagnosis, UpToDate, anatomy resources, Blackboard, and much more!
- Geisel Years I & II Portal
- Did you know you CHAT with a librarian LIVE Monday-Friday from 9-5?
- BioMedical Library Resources
"Strong knowledge base, intuitive healer, interested in all aspects of a patient's recovery, uses humor and a wonderful teacher"
(Geisel student's comment about her preceptor)
Teaching medical students and residents can be rewarding and challenging at the same time. The links below connect you to valuable resources, services, and teaching tools to aid you (and your staff) in the precepting process.
Leading Yourself: A Missing Piece in the Health Care Transformation Puzzle
Grand Rounds with Wiley "Chip" Souba, MD
the Office of Community-based Education and Research (OCER)
the Office of Research and Innovation (ORIME)
Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency (LPMR)