Opportunities for teaching Medical students
Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP)
Eight visits between January and April (sites are determined in early fall – statewide). You work with the rural site physician and students to evaluate their rural physician placement.
For more information on this program visit the Rural Physician Associate Program website.
Problem Based Learning (PBL)
Eight faculty need to facilitate PBL groups with 5-7 medical students assigned to UMMC-Fairview. You will discuss cases and meet with them 3-4 times during the 6-week rotation. Facilitator will select time and place. PBL is conducted at all the medical student sites. Learn more about our training sites
Breast & Pelvic Teaching Clinics
Sessions for Breast & Pelvic Workshops are held in May of the academic year. Faculty is needed to help teach the pelvic examination to students (including pap smear and recto-vaginal exam) during a table top session as preparation for the student’s work with patient educators and in their clinical rotations. There are 6 sessions, normally held on Wednesday morning for approximately 2 hours each. We need 3 or 4 faculty members to demonstrate and instruct groups of 8 students as they practice on models.
Site Preceptors for Clerkship course
Faculty train and teach 3rd and 4th year medical students in the required 6 week clerkship course 7500.
Clerkship courses are offered 8 times a year starting in May. Student would assist and observe in clinical and OR opportunities while working closely with faculty members.
Grand Rounds Ob/Gyn Departmental, Affiliate and Adjunct Faculty
Present 1 hour lecture to medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty on a topic of your choice related to Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women’s Health. Grand Rounds are held at 7am on the third Tuesday of each month at the Riverside Hospital in the Brennan Center. Visit the Grand Rounds website for a list of previous speakers and topics.
Contact Margaret Louters for one of the above opportunities.
Opportunities for teaching residents
Present one hour lecture to 36 residents on your choice of topic.
Residency Applicant Interviews
For department and affiliated faculty.
Interviews for prospective residency candidates take place in November and December of each year. For more information about the process visit the applicant webpage.
Contact email@example.com for one of the above opportunities.
Opportunities for teaching fellows
Gyn Onc Fellowship Program
Present a topic relevant to gynecologic oncology ½ hour lecture to 4 fellows at Patient Care conference (held weekly in conjunction with Pathology conference; Wednesdays at 7 a.m.)
MFM Fellowship Program
Present ½ to 1 hour lecture to 3 fellows at MFM didactic conference (held weekly; day/time varies due to schedule).
Contact Deb Egger-Smith for one of the above opportunities.