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The MCW Medical School could not function without the more than 2,000 faculty and community physicians who educate and train our medical students and residents to become highly effective patient care providers, innovative pioneers in medical research and respected leaders in their communities. This is even more impressive when we consider that you, our faculty, are among the top physicians and research scientists in the country.

To support your efforts to provide an outstanding educational experience for MCW students, we offer links below to our Teaching Toolbox, as well as several programs that may be of interest to you. You’re also welcome to propose a new course or learn about teaching opportunities for which we are currently recruiting.

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  • General
  • Green Bay
  • Central Wisconsin

Courses We Are Recruiting For:

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Bench-to-Bedside

As a facilitator for this course’s M1 Clinical Skills Workshops & Clinical Reasoning Sessions at the Green Bay Campus, you will help students develop their clinical decision-making processes through sessions that correlate basic science concepts with normal and abnormal history and exam findings. All participants will receive an adjunct faculty appointment with the Medical College of Wisconsin.

 

TIME COMMITMENT

Each session will take place Wednesday afternoons beginning in January and run through May. You may sign up for whichever sessions are of interest to you. All teaching sessions will take place at the MCW-Green Bay Campus or the MCW space at Bellin College.

 

FACULTY EXPECTATIONS

• Apply for adjunct faculty appointment

• Grade and provide feedback on student assignments (clinical reasoning exercises).

• Deliver content using scripted material which will be provided for:

* Clinical Skills Workshops: an interactive review of the basic science behind a normal exam within a given organ system; abnormalities are reviewed and discussed in context of presenting symptoms

* Clinical Reasoning Sessions: a walk-through of patient cases where students must ask for history and perform a physical exam

• Become familiar with the MCW-Green Bay Campus teaching technology

 

Bench to Bedside Flyer

Bench to Bedside Sign-up Form

  

Foundations of Clinical Medicine

As a small group facilitator, you will observe and evaluate a small group of M1 students as they practice their interviewing and physical exam skills. All participants will receive an adjunct faculty appointment with the Medical College of Wisconsin.

 

TIME COMMITMENT

Facilitators have the opportunity to participate in up to three different sessions per week over a period of five weeks. Pick and choose sessions based off of your level of interest and/or comfort. The Foundations of Clinical Medicine course runs from July 6th through August 6th. Sessions will occur on Monday and Wednesday afternoons and on Thursday mornings. All sessions will occur at the MCW-Green Bay Campus or MCW space at Bellin College.

 

FACULTY EXPECTATIONS

• Apply for adjunct faculty appointment

• Facilitate one or more sessions as your schedule permits

• Participate in planning meetings and faculty development sessions

• Provide feedback on student performance

 

SESSION TOPICS

Session topics will be broken out into more detail but will generally cover:

• Professionalism, Feedback, Ethics

• Interviewing and History Taking

• Vital Signs / Medication Reconciliation

• Physical Examination Skills

 

Foundations of Clinical Medicine Flyer (PDF)

Foundations of Clinical Medicine Sign-up Form (DOCX)

  

Clinical Apprenticeship

As a volunteer clinical preceptor for this course, you would supervise students as they explore the provision of patient care in an office setting each week for a half-day. As a preceptor, you would provide opportunities for students to practice history and basic exam skills during their clinical experiences. All volunteers will receive an adjunct faculty appointment at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

 

TIME COMMITMENT

This is a one-year volunteer commitment that runs August - May. Preceptors are encouraged to participate annually.

Students are available during the following times:


August - December

Monday morning

Wednesday morning

Friday afternoon

 

January - May

Monday afternoon

Thursday morning

Friday afternoon

* Students are not in clinic during their exam weeks or MCW holidays/breaks

 

FACULTY EXPECTATIONS

• Apply for adjunct faculty appointment

• Facilitate direct patient care experience with progressive independence (not just shadowing for a year)

• Provide feedback on student performance

• Complete periodic student performance assessments

 

Clinical Apprenticeship Flyer (PDF)

Clinical Apprenticeship Sign-up Form (DOCX)

Join Our Team

MCW-Central Wisconsin is recruiting faculty for:
 

Clinical Course Instructors

MCW-Central Wisconsin continues to seek physicians who are interested in facilitating classroom learning for our M1 and M2 students. Facilitators have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sessions based on their interests and availability. All sessions will occur at the MCW-Central Wisconsin campus in Wausau, WI. 

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Central Wisconsin Integrated Clerkship (CWIC) Preceptors

The CWIC is the clerkship experience for MCW-CW students. Students will experience Surgery, Anesthesiology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Medicine, and Neurology core clinical experiences in longitudinal integrated fashion.

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M1 Clinical Apprenticeship

As a volunteer clinical preceptor for this course, you will supervise a student in the office setting for a half day each week. You will also provide opportunities for students to practice history and physical exam skills during their clinical experiences.

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M2 Specialty Longitudinal Integrated Clinical Experience (SPLICE)

SPLICE is an opportunity for MCW-CW students to gain experience in your specialty to enhance their education, expose them to positive mentoring, and explore various specialty practices early in their medical training. Prior to SPLICE, students will have had a similar year-long longitudinal experience in a primary clinic and will have completed a 10-week summer clerkship.

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Basic Sciences

​There are opportunities for PhD faculty to lead small group discussions in many of our Basic Science courses. In this capacity, you would act as a facilitator, moderate discussions and add expertise. Additionally, in the M2 year, there are a number of opportunities for local sessions where basic scientists are paired with clinicians to explore how the science students are learning relates to clinical conditions. All materials are provided to the faculty member. Expectations would be to apply for an adjunct faculty appointment, facility discussion and provide feedback to students. Complete an interest form for yourself and send with your CV to the campus administrator, Theresa Gutsch (tgutsch@mcw.edu) to start the MCW Faculty appointment process. For more information on Basic Sciences courses, please call Dr. Roy Long, at (715) 870-0914.

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Pathways Organizations and Mentors

The MCW-Central Wisconsin Scholarly Pathways: The Physician in the Community provides opportunities to partner with a variety of public health or community-based agencies working to help ameliorate health-related issues of local relevance.

Learn more about Pathways Organizations and Mentors (PDF)

Faculty and staff openings

 

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