Use of Technology in Faculty Development for Community-based Preceptors: Clerkship Director CERA Survey 2017

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This survey was used to explore family medicine clerkship director engagement with technology to deliver faculty development to community preceptors, including institutional support available and desired.

Data were gathered and analyzed as part of the 2017 Council of Academic Family Medicine’s (CAFM) Educational Research Alliance (CERA) survey of Family Medicine Clerkship Directors. CAFM is a joint initiative of four major academic family medicine organizations: STFM, North American Primary Care Research Group, Association of Departments of Family Medicine, and Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors.  The cross-sectional survey was distributed in 2017 to clerkship directors or their designee at qualifying accredited medical schools by LCME or Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools within the US and Canada. 

Author(s):Suzanne Minor, MD; Suzanne Baker, MA; Joanna Drowos, DO, MPH, MBA; Jumana Antoun, MD, MS; Dennis Baker, PhD; Suzanne Leonard Harrison, MD; Alexander W. Chessman, MD
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