Online Faculty Development Resources

Effective Preceptor Series PDFs and Companion Videos These 12 handy pamphlets and new Companion Videos provide preceptors with practical tools for teaching and evaluating students.  Members who wish to have institutional access to this resource, please contact the APGO office for pricing.
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1) Introduction to Preceptorship
2) Providing Educational Feedback
3) Asking the Difficult Questions in a Patient Encounter Provides Great Teaching Opportunities
4) The Preceptor and the Curriculum
5) What To Do Before the Learners Arrive
6) Using the Five Microskills to Improve Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting
7) Learner-Centered Education
8) The Hidden Curriculum: What Are You Teaching?
9) The Preceptor and Cultural Competence
10) Faculty Development for the Community-Based Preceptor: Enhancement of Teaching Skills
11) Effective Operating Room Teaching
12) Using the Electronic Medical Record to Precept Medical Students

shutterstock_11670817610th Edition Medical Student Educational Objectives for Faculty  Members only
The APGO Medical Student Educational Objectives define a central body of women’s health knowledge, skills and attitudes that are fundamental to the practice of a general physician, and are intended to provide clerkship directors, faculty and students with a resource for curriculum development, teaching and learning.  This resource is for members only – Students have free access to the PDF, Teaching Cases, and Log book through the Student Resources Page. Want to join APGO?

Teaching Tips
Gathered from the teaching practices of our dedicated and skilled membership, this list of teaching tips offers guidance for a variety of settings and scenarios, and offers useful, easy-to-implement techniques that deliver big impact without a big investment.

To the Point
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Career Development in Academic Medicine: Your Journey to Success
A valuable resource regardless of specialty or career stage, this publication offers guidance for physicians considering a career in academic medicine, for medical school faculty contemplating career direction and for medical school administrators seeking advice on how to establish and nurture excellent faculty at their institutions. The third edition of Career Development was published in March 2012 and is available in digital edition in the APGO Shop (above link).