- Family physicians or specialists licensed to practice in Manitoba are eligible to participate in self-directed clinical traineeships.
- The participant must command the background knowledge, skills and experience necessary to learn the assigned tasks.
- An application for Self-Directed Traineeship must be completed, signed and returned to the CPD office.
- The clinical traineeship must start with a program outline that states the learning objectives and details the tasks and skills to be covered during the training period.
- The participant is responsible for identifying a preceptor for the self-directed clinical traineeship. The preceptor must present appropriate credentials and verifiable clinical experience in the clinical content area.
- Upon completion of the traineeship the learner is required to complete an evaluation of their experience during the traineeship.
For the Preceptor
- The Preceptor Agreement is to be completed, signed by the preceptor and returned to the CPD office.
- The preceptor must review objectives, develop the curriculum, oversee instruction and practice of skills, demonstrate technique and clinical procedures, and evaluate the learner.
- The preceptor must exercise primary responsibility for patient care, not only supervising procedures in which the learner participates but also overseeing the appropriate
- Upon completion of the traineeship the preceptor is required to complete a Preceptor Evaluation Report.