Position Title: Core Faculty/ External Sites Coordinator
This .5 FTE position supervises clinical Interns and Residents in the Boucher Naturopathic Medical Clinic. The clinical faculty member provides administrative support to the Associate Dean of Clinical Studies in the areas of ongoing educational development and assessment of the clinical component of the ND program.
Reports to Associate Dean of Clinical Studies
Works with students, administration, faculty, patients
Provides direction to Interns and Residents in a Naturopathic clinical setting.
Clinical faculty members directly manage and are responsible for overseeing patient care and intern clinical practice. The faculty member participates in the development of the interns’ clinical skills and is responsible for timely and effective feedback and assessment. The Clinical Core Faculty will personally see the patient on every patient visit.
Clinical faculty members will lead a preview and review session at the beginning and end of each shift with interns and residents, discussing all aspects of case management and the accuracy and completeness of the chart and treatment plan following BINM charting guidelines.
Core Clinical Faculty will coordinate and instruct the clinic entrance preparatory course and participate in ongoing development of clinical education curriculum.
Core Clinical Faculty will assist in overseeing intern responsibilities and activities including but not limited to remedial work or shifts. Other duties include; Develop, schedule and invigilate clinic assessment exams. (ie. exit exams, entrance exams, milestone exams); assist in the ongoing improvement of student evaluations and tracking outcomes; participate in reviewing and developing clinic handbooks, protocols, competencies, policies and procedures; participate in relevant faculty and curricular meetings.
Core Clinical faculty members must have at least three years of clinical experience in practice as a Naturopathic Physician and must hold current licensure and insurance in British Columbia.
Experience in teaching, either in the clinical or classroom setting is an asset.
BINM hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community. We especially welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
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