Increasing Capacity and Joy in Precepting

 

Original Presentation Date: 6/25/20

Abstract

Preceptors in rural practice sometimes find it difficult to precept even one learner. Precepting more than one might seem impossible. But in fact come preceptors have found joy in just that! In this professional development webinar Dr. Schmidt will share her experience and lessons learned from precepting 3-6 learners in a teaching half-day in the office.

Following this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Increase their own capacity for precepting more than one learner.
  2. Promote the model of “super-precepting” through creatively constructing high cacacity teaching half-days in their own practice or group
  3. Increase joy in precepting
  4. Join the Rural PREP community of practice in rural primary care health professions education and training

Presenter

Tami Schmidt MD
Western Wayne Physicians

Biography

Dr. Tami Schmidt is a board certified family physician, who graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, MI, and did her Family Medicine residency at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn, MI. She is a managing partner in a 3 office family medicine group in Livonia, MI, working with one other family physician and a nurse practitioner. Dr. Schmidt and her partner, Dr. Stevens, are active volunteer faculty at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University, as well as A.T. Still in Missouri. “For extra fun, we often have nurse practitioner students and are now hosting second year as well as third year students. Every once in a while we get a student to return for an elective during their fourth year!”

When: Thursday, June 25, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm (EST)

Abstract

Preceptors in rural practice sometimes find it difficult to precept even one learner. Precepting more than one might seem impossible. But in fact come preceptors have found joy in just that! In this professional development webinar Dr. Schmidt will share her experience and lessons learned from precepting 3-6 learners in a teaching half-day in the office.

Following this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Increase their own capacity for precepting more than one learner.
  2. Promote the model of “super-precepting” through creatively constructing high cacacity teaching half-days in their own practice or group
  3. Increase joy in precepting
  4. Join the Rural PREP community of practice in rural primary care health professions education and training

Presenters

Tami Schmidt MD
Western Wayne Physicians

Biography

Dr. Tami Schmidt is a board certified family physician, who graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, MI, and did her Family Medicine residency at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn, MI. She is a managing partner in a 3 office family medicine group in Livonia, MI, working with one other family physician and a nurse practitioner. Dr. Schmidt and her partner, Dr. Stevens, are active volunteer faculty at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University, as well as A.T. Still in Missouri. “For extra fun, we often have nurse practitioner students and are now hosting second year as well as third year students. Every once in a while we get a student to return for an elective during their fourth year!”