Medical Student Supervision

One of the benefits of training in an academic institution is the opportunity to work alongside and train medical students in your specialty. We are all responsible for ensuring that they have a high-quality learning experience.

According to LCME (medical school accrediting body), all residents must receive resident-as-teacher training, which we provide online. In addition, residents supervising students must be familiar with policies that apply to medical students and oriented to learning goals and objectives and clinical encounters for required clinical clerkships, where applicable.

Before working with medical students, please review the following policies, as well as the medical student learning goals and objectives and clinical encounters in your specialty.

Learning Objectives and Clinical Encounters by Specialty

All residents and fellows should review their specialty’s learning goals and objectives before working with medical students.

Additional Important Clerkship Resources

 

Contact Us

Jennifer Best

Jennifer Best, MD

Associate Dean
Phone: 206.616.5210
Email: jabest@uw.edu

Contact Us

Jennifer Best

Jennifer Best, MD

Associate Dean
Phone: 206.616.5210
Email: jabest@uw.edu

Educational Resources

Residents as Teachers (NEEDS LINK)

School of Medicine – Learning Environment Concerns

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