North Haven Campus Opportunities
Teaching students on our North Haven Campus allows clinical partners to collaborate with Netter faculty while mentoring students in facilities designed for effective learning.
Instructors are needed to assist the first-year students in the anatomy lab. These individuals will help the students with dissection, identifying structures and explaining clinical correlations. Individuals with surgical, anatomical or dissection experience will be most successful in this role. Anatomy lab instructors are needed in all of our blocks (Musculoskeletal-Integument, Head and Neck Anatomy, Heart-Lung-Kidney and Gastro-Intestinal, Endocrine, Genitourinary and Reproductive). Instructors may teach in a single block or in multiple blocks.
If you are interested in becoming an anataomy lab instructor at Netter, please submit your CV and a brief description of your interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Block coordinators are responsible for developing the curriculum for a particular organ system or foundational basic science (cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, etc.) block in conjunction with a medical science faculty co-coordinator. This includes, but is not limited to, developing the goals for the block, organizing the learning events, enlisting faculty to teach and assuring overall quality standards within the block, participation in exam construction, and being present on campus for block activities (typically 8 a.m.–noon, Monday through Friday). Block coordinators are also members of the course committee and grading committees. Block coordinators should have clinical experience related to the block they organize.
If you are interested in becoming a block coordinator at Netter, please submit your CV and a brief description of your interests to email@example.com.
Concentration coordinators provide counseling and capstone project oversight as needed, and deliver concentration curricular content to medical students through small group facilitation, presentations and office hours. These individuals provide assessment of the students in this section of the Scholarly Reflection and Concentration/Capstone course through evaluation of student performance in small groups. Concentration coordinators must be responsive to the needs of students, faculty and school leadership to ensure a high-quality concentration capstone education experience for Quinnipiac medical students. Concentration coordinators must have expertise in one of the following concentrations:
- Basic, Translational and Clinicai Science Research
- Global, Public, and Community Health
- Health Communications
- Health Policy and Advocacy
- Healthcare Management and Organizational Leadership
- Interprofessional Education and Practice
- Medical Education
- Medical Humanities
If you are interested in becoming a concentration coordinator at Netter, please submit your CV and a brief description of your interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Content experts teach the first- and second-year medical students. Teaching duties may involve include giving a lecture, facilitating a small group, or leading a large group of students through content in the Collaborative Classrooms.
While we invite content experts from all fields interested in teaching to apply, the following content areas are currently of greatest need:
- Cardio-Pulmonary Medicine
- Musculoskeletal Disease
If you are interested in becoming a content expert at Netter, please submit your CV and a brief description of your interests to email@example.com.
Foundations of Clinical Care Preceptor
A Foundations of Clinical Care (FCC) preceptor is a physician or other health care provider who is comfortable teaching students how to perform a full-body physical examination. This individual works with a co-preceptor and a group of eight first-year or second-year students to teach basic clinical skills over the course of the academic year. Preceptors are expected to teach their small group weekly on Thursday mornings from August through March (year two) or August through May (year one). This is a great opportunity to really get to know a group of students well and serve in a mentorship and coaching capacity that students will remember throughout their careers.
If you are interested in becoming an FCC preceptor at Netter, please submit your CV and a brief description of your interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Problem-Based Learning Facilitator
Problem-based learning (PBL) facilitators assist a small group of 7-8 second-year medical students who need to work through a clinical case each week. PBL Facilitators attend weekly training sessions to become familiar with the cases that will be covered. PBL facilitators handle one or more blocks (4–6 weeks) a year. A typical schedule of teaching is Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8–10 a.m.
If you are interested in becoming a PBL facilitator at Netter, please submit your CV and a brief description of your interests to email@example.com.