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Online/Enduring Materials CME Courses

MUSC Online Grand Rounds for Continuing Medical Education

MUSC Office of CME is pleased to make Online Grand Rounds available for FREE. The online Grand Round videos can be viewed without creating an account. If you wish to claim CME credit after viewing the video, you will be directed into a system called CME Tracker to take the post-test, complete an evaluation, and claim credit. CME Tracker will require you to create an account, if you do not already have one. Directions are posted on each page. 

Preceptor or Educator Development

The MUSC Office of Continuing Medical Education has identified the following free activities to help clinicians develop as clinical preceptors of learners at several levels. While these resources are FREE, you do have to register to participate.

1. Preceptor Orientation and Education, hosted by South Carolina Area Health Education Center (AHEC). This series of modules takes approximately 2.5 hours to complete.  Available at:

Topics include:

  • Preceptor Roles and Responsibilities
  • Adult Learning summary
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Time Management (in the office)
  • Communication and Feedback
  • Interprofessional Practice
  • Other resources, both online and in print

2. Interprofessional Preceptor Training, hosted by the University of Washington. This series of modules take approximately 2 to 2.5 hours to complete. Available at:

Topics are broken into three main modules and include:

  • Preparing for a Successful Learning
  • Experience Tools for Learning in the Clinic
  • Feedback and Evaluation for the Clinical Preceptor
  • There are additional resources, both online and in print

*While these two courses contain similar content, they are not identical. A developing preceptor may find it beneficial to do one of the courses now and use the other as a refresher at a later date.


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