- An ASLMS member in good standing.
- Qualified preceptors should be at least two years out of formal training or a minimum of one year after fellowship and have teaching and leadership experience.
- Must be board certified by a recognized American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) member board.
- The duration of each preceptorship must be clearly defined in advance and will depend on the goal of the applicant and preceptor. Each preceptorship must be a minimum of one week.
- Preceptors will be limited to one preceptee per year. Should multiple applications for one preceptor be received, the
preceptor will be contacted by ASLMS to choose the application most meritorious.
- Preceptors cannot charge a fee for a preceptorship arranged through the ASLMS.
- The preceptor is in the role of providing the experience of an “observership.”
- The availability of hand-on experience depends on local practice or institutional requirements for licensure and
- Preceptors can apply anytime to participate. The application process shall consist of:
- Cover letter outlining experience and qualifications that make the applicant well-suited for a role as preceptor.
- A list of relevant procedures that could potentially be observed during a preceptorship.
- Current curriculum vitae.
- Preceptor applications must be approved by the ASLMS Awards Committee.
- Upon approval, preceptors shall be listed on the ASLMS website by name, city, state, phone number and list of
procedures included in the preceptorship.
- Preceptors are to be acknowledged in the following ways:
- Annual conference:
- A ribbon or button.
- Listed in annual conference final program.
- Listed on all scrolling announcements.
- Verbally recognized during the Annual Conference.
- Targeted electronic communication
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