Medical Student Education

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We are involved in medical student education across the Medical School’s two campuses: Twin Cities and Duluth.

Duluth

Focuses on educating the next generation of physicians to serve the needs of rural and American Indian communities

More on the Duluth campus

Twin Cities

Offers interdiciplinary educational experiences with five other health science schools as well as access to cutting-edge research and the world-renown University of Minnesota Medical Center.

More on the Twin Cities campus


University of Minnesota Family Medicine Education Model

We developed an integrated education model for family medicine, following the continuum from medical school through residency. Through shared learning objectives and innovative experiences, learners are well prepared for future clinical practice.

Read the University of Minnesota Family Medicine Education Model

Community preceptors

Community preceptors make a significant impact on the success of medical student programming. If you're a community physician, consider teaching for us.

Learn more about being a community preceptor

Resident educators

Most medical students encounter family medicine residents as teachers during the Family Medicine Clerkship. Family medicine residents are directly responsible for a portion of medical student clinical education during clinical experiences and clerkships. 

Learn more about residents as teachers