Applications are now being accepted for Duke Health's Primary Care Preceptor Development Mini-Fellowship Program, administered by the Duke Physician Assistant Program. This mini-fellowship offers clinician educators (licensed PAs, NPs, MDs, and DOs who serve as primary care providers), a unique opportunity to learn from expert faculty at one of the nation's leading academic medical centers.
The goal of the program is to equip preceptors to become effective clinician educators who can develop and implement curricula and facilitate group Quality Improvement (QI) projects that will address the needs of vulnerable populations in North Carolina.
The three-day program will engage preceptors in acquiring knowledge and skill in the areas of curriculum design and teaching, conducting QI projects, population health, cultural competence, and interprofessional teamwork. A special session on “Addressing the Opioids Epidemic” will also be offered.
2019 Mini-Fellowship Dates
March 8, 9 am-4 pm
April 12, 9 am- 4 pm
May 31, 8:30 am-3 pm
Location: JB Duke Hotel, 230 Science Drive, Durham, NC 27708
Key Features/Activities of the Mini-Fellowship:
- Instruction and mentoring by Duke University School of Medicine faculty who have expertise in education, QI, and the program's curriculum areas.
- Three interactive/experiential workshop sessions.
- Development of an individualized Preceptor Education Development Plan.
- Networking and sharing experiences with other clinician educators/preceptors.
- Participation in between sessions’ assignments.
- Conduct/teach QI projects with interprofessional learners.
- Opportunity to receive a one-time stipend of $15K (preceptor must attend all sessions and lead QI projects with learners as part of a clinical rotation).
- Follow-up consultations on teaching/precepting skills and QI projects.
- Continuing Education credit available to all participants.
How to Apply
Visit bit.ly/2019-mini-fellowship-application to apply.
Contact Laresia Farrington at email@example.com or call (919) 668-4702.