Lee Luetkemeyer MHS, PA-C
Lee earned a bachelor of science in radiologic technology radiation therapy from the University of Oklahoma in 2004. She graduated from the OU School of Community Medicine PA program in 2010. Lee’s clinical experience as a PA includes internal medicine, geriatrics, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, and bone marrow transplant. Currently, she is an assistant professor with the OU School of Community Medicine PA Program. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Lee also serves as the Director of Preclinical Education for the PA Program.
Autumn Ackerman, MSPAS, PA-C
Autumn Ackerman received her B.S. in Biology from Evangel University in 2001. She graduated from the Missouri State University Physician Assistant Program in 2005. Her clinical work experience as a PA includes primary care with the OU Community Health Clinics and outpatient Family Medicine and Internal Medicine. Currently, she is an assistant professor with the OU Tulsa PA Program at the OU School of Community Medicine. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she also serves as the Director of Admissions for the PA Program.
Shaping the Future of the PA Profession Through Preceptor Clinical Teaching
- Define the importance of being a clinical preceptor.
- Identify ways to prepare and incorporate student learners into the practice.
- Describe effective teaching techniques that can be utilized to precept a student.
- List strategies for improving time management.
- Discuss teaching methods and approaches to giving effective clinical feedback.
- Identify techniques for addressing the difficult student.
- Discuss the importance of communicating with PA program staff and faculty.