Medical Education Facilitator
The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is seeking multiple individuals to serve as a Medical Education Facilitator. The Facilitator will guide small groups of medical students in case-driven, problem-based active learning experiences that integrate the basic sciences, engineering concepts, and clinical experiences in the first year and a half of the curriculum. The Facilitator will use active learning methodologies that focus on empowering medical students to take responsibility for their own learning in all aspects of the educational program in conjunction with standards and expectations set by the Carle Illinois College of Medicine Curriculum Committee. This position will report to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
Anatomy Lab Instructional Specialist
As part of the Academic Affairs team, the Anatomy Lab Instructional Specialist supports the anatomy lab, including support of faculty and curricular elements associated with anatomy learning objectives and related competencies. This position is responsible for day–to-day management of anatomy lab instructional activities and provides instructional support for other courses in the medical education curriculum.
Seeking Individuals with Diagnosed/Fixed Heart Murmurs To Assist with Medical Student Demonstrations
The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is seeking adult individuals (18 years or older) that have been diagnosed with a persistent heart murmur to participate in demonstrations with Carle Illinois students. Students will listen to participant’s hearts to recognize this condition in a non-simulated environment. Requirements: Individual must have a fixed/constant heart murmur that has been clinically diagnosed. Commitment: Approximately 1 – 1.5 hours per session; infrequent sessions, 2-6 sessions per year. Other opportunities may also be available. Scheduling based on participant availability. For more information please contact Melissa Quigg at email@example.com.
The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is seeking individuals from all backgrounds to perform the role of a Simulated Patient in the training and evaluation of medical students. Simulated patients are interviewed and examined (just as you would be by your family doctor) by male and female medical students. Simulated patients may see students on a one-to-one basis, or there may be a group of medical students working with the simulated patient in a controlled teaching session. Simulated patients will be trained to accurately and consistently recreate the history, personality, physical findings, and emotional structure and response pattern of an actual patient. We are not currently accepting applications for this position, but please check back periodically for future opportunities.