Longitudinal Clinical Placement
What is Longitudinal Clinical Placement?
Longitudinal Clinical Placement, or LCP, is a clinical immersion experience for our Phase 1 students. It involves a student coming to your practice setting, learning from you, and directly interacting with patients. LCP is our students’ first official clinical experience within the curriculum. It is an excellent way for them to begin implementing their academic knowledge in a practical setting, while also working on patient interaction skills. They will observe how experienced clinicians such as yourselves operate.
LCP Webinar Series
LCP Webinar Series Description:
As part of your faculty development and support, a workshop series designed for LCP preceptors is run throughout the program.
Upcoming Webinar Dates
LCP Webinar #1: Orientation
Video Description: This is the first session of the LCP Webinar Series this year. This video covers the main goals of the program, the faculty role as a preceptor and how to get started with their students when they arrive.
LCP Webinar #2: Your Student Has Arrived, Now What? Starting with the One Minute Learner
Video Description: This is the second of the LCP Webinar Series this year. It includes the models of the One Minute Learner, SNAPPS, and VINDICATE plus the importance of appropriate patient selection.
LCP Webinar #3: Evaluating Student Write-ups & Introduction to Complex Learning
Video Description: This third session of the LCP webinar series reviews the expectations of the visits and student notes, the note evaluation rubric, how to use the rubric when evaluating a students note at various levels, and a quick touch on complex learning in the LCP setting.
LCP Webinar #4: Assessing Your Students: Using The CET & Understanding The EPAs
Video Description: This is the fourth of the LCP Webinar Series this year. Returning and new faculty discuss the LCP goals, assessment strategies and observation documentation.
Office of Faculty
General Faculty Development Resources
Faculty Development Policies:
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Faculty Development Programs:
Small Group Facilitation
Phase 2 Clerkships
Phase 2 and 3 Electives
FRAMED and Freeze Dried Faculty Development