Our preceptors help train graduate-level PA students during the clinical year in four or five week rotations. Preceptors guide PA students through in-depth analysis of disease processes, diagnosis and treatment plans for patients across the life-span in varying stages of health and practice environments. Learn how to join this team of educators, discover opportunities for professional development, find support resources and get your frequently asked questions answered.
Applying to be a Preceptor
If you are interested in teaming with UT's PA program as a preceptor, complete and submit the preceptor interest form. You will be contacted by a member of the clinical education team. If you prefer to speak with someone directly or have questions, contact Allison Kaczmarek at (813) 257-5052 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Care Providers
- The program utilizes only ABMS or AOA equivalent board-certified preceptors or NCCPA certified PAs to provide rotations specific to their certification. The certification must be current (not expired).
- Preceptors are reviewed for the years of experience at their practice location, experience with teaching students, and ability to meet the rotation learning outcomes.
- Providers approved as preceptors must hold a valid license that allows them to practice at the clinical site. The program will verify unrestricted licensure status at the time of initial preceptor evaluation via http://flboardofmedicine.gov/ or respective state medical board for out-of-state providers, and again when the certification is due to expire (E*Value alert), to confirm license renewal as long as the provider remains an active preceptor for the Program.
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