Teaching Opportunities

The TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine is developing an innovative, evidence-based and pedagogically sound curriculum. Key components of the curriculum include organ systems-based courses (Phase I), longitudinal courses such as Clinical Skills, Preparation for Practice and Scholarly Pursuit and Thesis, the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (Phase II), and 4th year selectives and electives (Phase III). While each curricular unit targets specific, and sometimes unique learning objectives and experiences, we have constructed a number of ways to integrate and connect content for students across the entire curriculum. The School of Medicine, a candidate for LCME accreditation, is currently recruiting faculty to serve as small and large group facilitators for Phase I organ system courses and to serve as faculty in the Clinical Skills course. View the School of Medicine DRAFT Academic Schedule. Current Positions: Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Preceptor

  • Co-course Director to co-lead the Phase 1 Medical School and Clinical Immersion Course
  • Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Clinical Faculty Job Description
  • Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Preceptor
  • Electives Faculty
  • Primary Care LIC Faculty (Phase 1-3)
  • Service Learning Director
  • Preparation for Practice Theme Lead Faculty
  • Scholarly Pursuit and Thesis Mentor