Below, you will find a variety of information  related to students: advising, clerkship competencies, feedback, evaluation, letters of recommendation, and teaching resources.



AAMC Advising Checklist
AAMC Careers in Medicine

Approaches to Teaching

Clinical Teaching Methods for the Ambulatory Setting
Alliance for Clinical Education

Using Social Media to Teach
University of San Francisco
USF Scholarship Repository

Clerkship Resources

Chicago Medical School Clerkship Competencies 2015-2016:

Clinician Resources

Finding Clinical Information in Up to Date
Charlotte Beyer, MSIS, AHIP
Instruction and Reference Librarian, Boxer Library

CMS Curriculum Institute Day: July 25, 2014

The Paul Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, El Paso.

Revising a Medical School Curriculum: The Iowa Experience

Feedback and Evaluation

Giving Feedback Pocket Reference
Preparing Written Comments/Giving Feedback
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Report of Exemplary Professional Behavior
Form to report exemplary student behavior to Dean Reifler

Report of Deficient Professional Behavior
Form to report deficient student behavior to Dean Reifler

Letters of Recommendation

Letter of Recommendation for a Student
Faculty Development Resources University of Illinois

Professional Development for Educators

Educational Scholarship
Advancing Educators and Education:  Defining the Components and Evidence of Educational Scholarship

Harvard Curriculum Vitae
Center for Faculty Development
Massachusetts General Hospital

Designing a Teaching Portfolio
Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence
Penn State

Building your Success in Academia. We invite you to view this series of three videos from AAMC:
Getting Started in Academia
Preparing for a Successful Academic Career
Foundations of a Career Development Plan

The State of Women in Academic Medicine: the Pipeline and Pathways to Leadership 2013-2014

Research and Writing

Scholarly Writing
Office for Clinical Careers
Massachusetts General Hospital

Professional Development of Research Mentors
On-line curriculum from the University of Minnesota

Writing USMLE Style Questions
Constructing Written Test Questions for the Basic and Clinical Sciences
National Board of Medical Examiners

Helping Doctors and Patients Make Sense of Health Statistics