Each year hundreds of students from Colorado health professional schools including medical, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, dental, physician assistant, and public health travel all over rural Colorado to learn and serve health professionals in rural communities.
Becoming a Preceptor:
As a real-world provider in rural Colorado, you have much to share and teach health professional students about practicing in rural areas.
• Receive a Clinical Faculty appointment in the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
• Family physician preceptors may receive 20 hours AAFP CME prescribed credit per calendar.
• Rural preceptors may be eligible for a $1000 tax credit for tax years.
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Becoming a Preceptor (pdf)