The UC Davis Health Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program (STLP) aims to prepare residents to become effective clinician-educators through development of a wide set of skills, including precepting, didactic teaching, small group teaching, assessment, interprofessional education, and public outreach.
Effectively and efficiently execute preceptor roles when teaching students
Provide effective medication and practice-related education to patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, students, and the public
Develop and practice a philosophy of teaching
Integrate appropriate assessment techniques in various teaching and precepting activities
Evolve teaching practices through ongoing reflection and solicitation of feedback
Monthly Teaching Workshops Attend interactive seminars focused on building clinical teaching skills, creating positive learning climates, developing teaching philosophies, designing rotation experiences, and more.
Precept/Co-precept IPPE and APPE students on rotation
Design and develop rotation experience materials
Develop and deliver a traditional didactic lecture (target audience may include student pharmacists, interprofessional healthcare providers, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians)
Provide a 1.25 hour continuing pharmacist education (CPE) session
Provide health education to interprofessional healthcare providers (e.g. Family Medicine Interprofessional Collaborative Care series, Internal Medicine Intern Cohort lecture series, etc.)