Training and Resources
Teaching in the Medical Environment
The ON TiME (Teaching in Medical Environment) Training module serves as an overview for teaching in the medical environment and was created specifically for those who take on any role as teacher of Brody medical students. The module is broken down into two main sections -Teaching and Assessment. Those taking this module will learn best practices in teaching, feedback and evaluation, all while focusing on evidence-based patient care and fair and respectful treatment of students.
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Student Referral Program
The Student Referral Program provides in-house assistance to Brody medical and graduate students. It also promotes students’ success and well-being, along with early intervention for students experiencing distress or demonstrating behavioral concerns. This referral enables faculty and staff to refer students of concern to the office for additional support. Students and family members can also submit referrals. Students, faculty, staff, peers, and family members can submit referrals anonymously but are encouraged to identify themselves on the referral.
The referrals are received by the Wellness Counselor and kept confidentially on the office’s Piratedrive, which only the Wellness Counselor can access. Once the Wellness Counselor gets the referral, the student is contacted within 24-48 business hours to assess the situation and implement/document support interventions.
This in-house referral system does not replace the campus-wide ECU CARES referral program. It is an additional referral option for referring Brody’s medical and graduate students for personal support.
The Student Referral Form is not for emergency response situations.
Students face many stressors during their college tenure which may impact their behavior negatively. ECU CARES was developed to offer assistance to distressed individuals and connect them to the appropriate campus resources. ECU CARES provides an avenue to share concerning behaviors with professional staff on campus.
If you believe someone poses an imminent threat to themselves or others, contact the ECU Police at 252-328-0062 or call 911. To report concerning behavior that is not an emergency, please complete the reporting form below.