Preceptorship

Preceptorship
 
The Preceptorship is a postgraduate program for physicians, family practice residents and nurse practitioners. The program consists of rotations at the Immunodeficiency Clinic (IDC) and other related clinics at St. Paul’s Hospital. Preceptees participate in the primary care of HIV patients in the IDC under the direction of an experienced HIV physician. Preceptees of this program spend half of the time in the primary care clinic and the other half in elective HIV specialist clinics, the outpatient pharmacy, inpatient activities, research clinics and teaching rounds.

The Preceptorship Program is offered in collaboration with the Enhanced Skills Program at the Department of Family Practice, University of British Columbia (PG-3) and with health authorities in British Columbia.

If you have further questions regarding the Preceptorship Program, please contact education@cfenet.ubc.ca

For more information on the Enhanced Skills Program in HIV/AIDS click here.

Intensive Preceptorship
 
The Intensive Preceptorship is a continuing professional development program for physicians and nurse practitioners in health authorities in British Columbia. It consists of three modules:

  1. Self-directed online learning
  2. Clinical rotations in HIV primary care and other specialist clinics at St. Paul’s Hospital
  3. Mentorship with an experienced HIV physician

Interested physicians and nurse practitioners are encouraged to contact their local health authority. To find out if your health authority participates in this program, please contact us at Education@cfenet.ubc.ca

The Intensive Preceptorship program is accredited by The College of Family Physicians of Canada and the BC Chapter for up to 50 Mainpro+ credits.

For more information on the Intensive Preceptorship Program click here.