UTMB Community Teaching Physicians
UTMB is grateful for all of the physicians across the state of Texas who
volunteer to teach UTMB medical students. This page is designed to
be an information resource for all UTMB community teaching physicians.
UTMB Community-Based Courses
Search for UTMB courses that require community-based teaching physicians.
Benefits of becoming a UTMB Community
Most medical student preceptors are volunteer preceptors that offer their
time to medical schools and their students.
This link provides information on the perks that UTMB offers to physicians
who teach for the Practice of Medicine 1 Course (POM1), the 3rd year clerkships, and
the 4th year Ambulatory Community Selective (ACS).
Office of Clinical Education has developed informational presentations on topics in medical education which we hope community-based
teaching physicians will find useful.
Even if stated in the modules, CME credit is no longer available for these
modules. We invite you to review the modules and provide feedback.
The Community Physician’s Role in Medical Education
Providing Feedback and Evaluation
Applying Teaching and Learning Styles
The Role of Medical Education in Career Advancement
Information About Becoming a Medical Student Preceptor
We welcome your feedback on the above modules
Evaluation -The Community Physician’s Role in Medical Education
Evaluation – Providing Feedback and Evaluation
Evaluation - Applying Teaching and Learning Styles
Evaluation - Defining Professionalism
Top Doc Award
UTMB Faculty, course coordinators
and AHEC coordinators will be asked to nominate Community Teaching Physicians
that have excelled in teaching UTMB medical students. This link will tell you
more about the annual "Teacher of Distinction" award.
If you are interested in becoming a
UTMB School of Medicine preceptor, or need information about the courses
which utilize community-based preceptors, please contact