Thank you for attending the preceptor development webinar. We hope you found the information valuable. Items referenced throughout the webinar can be found below.
Presentation and Supplemental Materials
- Handouts with note pages
- Teacher–student relationships in medical education: Boundary considerations
Speaker contact information
Dennis Baker, PhD
Assistant Dean for Faculty Enrichment and Professor of Family Medicine, Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
Emeritus Professor of Family Medicine and Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Florida State University College of Medicine
Previous Preceptor Development Webinars
Improving Feedback Using the ARCH Model
Five Microskills Model to Facilitate Learning in the Clinical Setting
Teaching in the Presence of Patients Via Direct Observation
Incorporating Teaching Into a Busy Practice
Evaluating the Student with Reliability and Validity
Accessing your Continuing Education Certificate
To access your certificate, please follow the steps below.
- Log in to your DMU CME account.
- Enter your username and password.
- Username: Your username is the email address that received this message.
- Password: If you are unable to remember your password or if this is your first time logging in to your account, you will need to click on the “Request New Password” tab. This will send you an email with a one-time link to set up your password. If you do not receive an email in your inbox, please check your junk mail box.
- After logging in, you should be directed to your “my account” page. You may also select the “my account” button at the top right-hand corner of the webpage.
- Select the “my activities” tab.
- You should see a list of the learning and/or teaching activities you’ve completed through DMU CE. From there you are able to download a copy of your certificate or transcript.
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DMU CLINICAL PROGRAMS
We truly appreciate individuals who are willing to give back by teaching our future healthcare providers. Preceptors do what no textbook or classroom can accomplish. If you are interested in becoming a clinical preceptor for DMU students, please use the appropriate link below to contact the clinical affairs program.
- College of Osteopathic Medicine (DO and MD) – Website and Email
- Interested preceptors for the College of Osteopathic Medicine are encouraged to complete the online preceptor application.
- College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery (DPM) – Website and Email
- Doctor of Physical Therapy Program (DPT) – Website and Email
- If your site is interested in learning more about the DPT clinical education program or about becoming a clinical partner, please complete the clinical partner questionnaire.
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Program (PA) – Email
CLAIMING CREDIT FOR PRECEPTORING DMU STUDENTS (DO AND MD ONLY)
To learn more or request credit for preceptoring DMU osteopathic medical students, please visit the Request for Preceptor Credit webform.
- DO - The current AOA reporting cycle is from January 2019 to December 2021. Hours submitted prior to January 2019 will not be accepted. The submitted hours are reported to the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) on the physician's behalf on a quarterly basis (February, May, August, November). The hours are eligible for Category 1-B credits which can be utilized for licensing purposes. A maximum of 60 AOA Category 1-B credits for preceptoring may be applied to the 120-hour, 3-year requirement. AOA board certified physicians must earn a minimum of 50 specialty CME credits in each primary specialty every three-year cycle. These credits may be earned in Category 1 or Category 2 and will meet part of the minimum CME requirements for AOA board certification. When DMU submits the osteopathic physicians preceptor hours to the AOA, they will assign specialty credits as appropriate. No additional documentation is needed from the osteopathic physician. For additional information regarding specialty credits, please visit the AOA CME Specialty Credits website.
Des Moines University (DMU) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. DMU designates this program for AOA Category 1-B credits for a maximum of 40 hours per week and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.
- MD - DMU is an AOA residency and teaching residents, medical students or other health professionals meets the requirements for AMA PRA Category 2 Credit™. The hours are self-reported by the physician and should include the activity title or description, subject or content area, date(s) of participation and number of credits claimed.