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Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences is committed to recognizing and rewarding preceptors with an appropriate and meaningful faculty rank. In accordance with the University’s mission, the Promotion in Rank Committee guidelines have been specifically constructed to provide preceptors a method of obtaining faculty rank. It is our obligation not only to document the qualifications and skills of our community clinical faculty, but also to provide the educational support and development that is essential to the delivery of a quality curriculum.
Preceptors awarded Community Clinical Faculty Appointment will also enjoy the following benefits:
Thank you for considering an appointment to our faculty. It is our intent to recognize you for putting forth the time and effort necessary to provide our students with high-quality clinical experiences. We want to do everything we can to assist you.
Individuals should submit the following documentation:
Upon receiving all the needed information, KCUMB reviews and recommends qualified candidates to the Promotion in Rank Committee. Please review the guidelines and clinical track options and include all appropriate documentation for review.We hope you take advantage of this opportunity at KCUMB and thank you for taking the lead in educating our students. Your contributions do not go unrecognized.If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (800) 234-4847, ext. 2389, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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