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Teaching Opportunities
If you do not already have an on-going teaching assignment, there are many opportunities to work with UCSF medical students and residents. Please contact the people listed below:

Alameda County Medical Center, Highland Campus in Oakland, precepting residents, contact Colin Feeney, MD, Chair of the Internal Medicine Department at (510) 437-5011 or email cfeeney@alamedahealthsystem.org.

Foundations of Patient Care, precepting students, contact Ivan Mendez at (415) 514-3204, email mendezi@medsch.ucsf.edu or go to: http://www.medschool.ucsf.edu/communitybased/opportunities/.

  • IDS 131/132: Foundations of Patient Care Preceptorship: precepting first and second year medical students in office-based settings, usually general internal medicine, though some subspecialty clinics and hospital settings are also appropriate. Location: Preceptor practice. Contact Ivan Mendez at (415) 514-3204 or mendezi@medsch.ucsf.edu

  • IDS 131/132: Foundations of Patient Care Small Groups: first and second year students practice interviewing/presentation skills, and reflect on experiences and issues as emerging physicians. Problem-based learning is also included, using cases to help students develop clinical reasoning skills. Location: Parnassus Campus. Contact Jenny Crawford at crawfordj2@medsch.ucsf.edu or Allison Ishizaki at ishizakia@medsch.ucsf.edu

  • IDS 131: Foundations of Patient Care Physical Exam Instruction Groups: first year students learn to do a basis physical exam by practicing in peers under the supervision of a faculty member. Sessions are held in the fall. Location: Parnassus Campus and Clinical Skills Center (1515 Scott St, SF). Contact Jenny Crawford at crawfordj2@medsch.ucsf.edu or Allison Ishizaki at ishizakia@medsch.ucsf.edu

  • IDS 111: Longitudinal Clinical Experience (LCE): precepting a third year student in an outpatient setting over the course of the student.s clerkship year (22 half-day sessions). This opportunity is appropriate for both primary care and subspecialty clinics. Location: Preceptor practice. Contact Patricia Ramirez at ramirezp@medsch.ucsf.edu or Ivan Mendez at mendezi@medsch.ucsf.edu

General Internal Medicine clinics at Parnassus or Mount Zion, precepting residents, contact Tanjira Wilawanchit at (415) 353-7936 or by email at tanjiraw@medicine.ucsf.edu

General Medicine or sub-specialty clinics at SFGH, contact Jeff Critchfield, MD, at (415) 206-6078 or by email: jcritchfield@medsfgh.ucsf.edu.

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Oakland, precepting students contact Stanton Siu, MD, Director of Medical Education at (510) 752-6557.

UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program, precepting first- and second-year medical students in various clinical settings (in-patient services and out-patient clinics) at Kaiser Hospitals, or other community hospitals in the East Bay/Contra Costa area, contact Svetlana Battle at UC Berkeley at (510) 642-6327 or by email: sbattle@berkeley.edu.

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