KUSM-W Volunteer Faculty/Preceptor
The site dedicated to assisting the nearly 1,000 KUSM-W community teachers
The University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita
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Introduction | Getting ready to teach | Orienting students
Strategies for teaching in a busy practice | The one-minute preceptor | Using active observation
Teaching Clinical Skills | Feedback | Giving Short Talks on the Run
Teaching at the bedside | Evidence-based medicine | Evaluating learners
The unwritten curriculum | When things go wrong | Giving talks and lectures
PDA Resources for Teaching | FAQs about community based teaching

Introduction
Getting ready to teach
Orienting students
 starting well

Strategies for teaching in
 a busy practice

The one-minute preceptor
 tools for effective teaching
 in limited time

Using active observation
 not just show and tell

Teaching Clinical Skills
 beyond "see one, do one"

Feedback
 the under used "power tool"

Giving Short Talks on the Run
 short focused didactics that are
 more powerful than lectures

Teaching at the bedside
 and on hospital rounds

Evidence-based medicine
Evaluating learners
The unwritten curriculum
When things go wrong
Giving talks and lectures
PDA Resources for Teaching
FAQs about community
 based teaching