Medical Students: From Clinical Rotations to Residency and the Role a Preceptor Plays
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DMU preceptors and clinical instructors.
- Discuss the key aspects of feedback as it relates to a student evaluation.
- Explain how DMU uses faculty evaluation of a student’s performance.
- Discuss the importance and utility of the PxDx logs as they relate to student performance and practice.
- Explain the important changes to the ERAS LOR system and how it impacts preceptors.
- Discuss how evaluations and LORs impact a student’s ability to get the residency they want.
- Thomas Green DO, MPH, FACOEP, FACEP
Associate Dean, COM Clinical Affairs; Associate Professor, Family Medicine, Des Moines University
- Kara Thompson, DO, MA
Assistant Dean, COM Clinical Affairs, Des Moines University
- Nikki Hook, BA
Student/Graduate Medical Education Coordinator, COM, Des Moines University
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