Clinical Affiliates FAQs

What is required of LMU-CVM Clinical Affiliate Partners?

  1. A commitment to teaching and lifelong learning
  2. A sincere desire to give back to future colleagues
  3. A quality environment with a varied and busy case load that emphasizes a team approach
  4. An ability to fairly evaluate students and provide timely and constructive feedback
  5. For Core Clinical Rotation Affiliates, completion of initial and follow-up LMU-CVM adjunct faculty training

What’s in it for LMU-CVM Clinical Affiliate Partners?

  1. Opportunity to share passion, skills, and knowledge with future veterinarians and university faculty
  2. Gain intellectual stimulation by learning from students, LMU-CVM faculty, and other affiliate partners on the latest veterinary findings
  3. Opportunity to showcase Clinical Affiliate Partner practice in the community as one of a small and exclusive group with membership in the LMU-CVM Hybrid Distributed Veterinary Teaching Hospital
  4. Gain access to university faculty, training, teaching and reference resources
  5. An opportunity to share, learn and grow as a Clinical Affiliate team
  6. Remuneration for professional contributions and costs associated with clinical education for CORE Clinical rotation sites within selected geographic regions, Specialty Boarded Veterinary practitioners and those sites offering selected clinical experiences

What’s in it for LMU?

  1. Attract the best students
  2. Motivate and inspire the best educators
  3. Excite and engage all stakeholders, including employers
  4. Empower graduates to contribute to societal needs

 

Find Out More

For more information contact Dr. John Weale via email at john.weale@lmunet.edu or Ms. Julie Iliff at julie.iliff@lmunet.edu or call 423.869.6009