Clinical Educator Required Training

Foremost we want to begin by thanking you for your dedication to teaching our MD students. As clinical educators of all levels, your commitment to training the next generation of physicians is invaluable in contributing to the mission of Stanford School of Medicine. The six sections below contain the training materials required by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) accreditation standards for all clinical educators. Please review each section completely to ensure that you are able to perform your role safely and effectively.

  •      After reviewing this content, you should be able to:
    • Describe Universal Precautions in handling of all blood, body fluids, and human tissue.
    • Explain the required steps should an MD student experience a needle stick.
    • Locate Information about prevention, testing, and quarantining for COVD-19.
  •      After reviewing this content, you should be able to:
    • Describe the Criterion Based Evaluation System used in the MD Program.
    • Apply the RIME framework when evaluating medical students.
    • Clearly define your role and responsibilities as a student evaluator.
    • Describe your role in providing feedback to MD students.
  •      After reviewing this content, you should be able to:
    • Locate the full mistreatment policy in the MD Program handbook.
    • Describe the proper channels for reporting mistreatment concerns.
    • Identify the types of concerns that require reporting.
  •      After reviewing this content, you should be able to:
    • Define your role in supervising MD student duty hours
    • Describe the duty hour policy and definitions
  •      After reviewing this content, you should be able to:
    • Begin a feedback session by creating a permissive environment for maximal learning 
    • Apply the ARTful delivery model when providing feedback
    • Guide students in defining next steps based on feedback
  •      After reviewing this content, you should be able to:
    • Describe the RCEs for each clerkship in which you teach.