Clinical, Continuing, and Community Education

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Clinical Education

SWAHEC provides customized training health care experiences in underserved and rural areas. Assistance we can provide include:

  • Locate and coordinate reliable housing for most rotations
  • Locate qualified clinical education preceptors to meet student needs
  • Customize elective rotations specific to needs of students
  • Specialized summer clinical experience customized to student schedules, interest and needs
  • Early clinical summer experiences for student as requested
  • Opportunities to attend local and AHEC sponsored workshops, conferences and seminars
  • Conference management
  • Information and referral as well as recruiting scholars for the Geriatric Scholars program
  • Geriatric Education in partnership with the University of Oklahoma's Geriatric Education Center.  
  • Maintain a library of Geriatric related education which is available for loan.
  • Access to health resource materials such as DVD's, brochures and journals
  • For those who require CME, opportunities for loan of DVD's which will provide continuing education credit for pharmacy, nursing, social work and physicians
  • Other services as requested 

The following clinical education support is offered through SWAHEC:

  • Behavioral Health
  • Dietetics picture of doctor delivering a baby
  • Geriatrics
  • Health Promotion
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Optometry
  • Pharmacy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Physician Associate/Assistant
  • Public Health
  • Social Work

Community Education

  • Maintain active association of community organizations to better assess the needs and requests for education on current topics of benefit to the community and area
  • Serve as a pulse for the most current health care information and act as a conduit for that information to the community and area
  • Locate guest speakers for health-related topics
  • Create and sustain community interest groups in new and innovative program and special interest programming in southwest Oklahoma
  • Conference management
  • Information and referral

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Contact Info

Jenny Breeden, Clinical Coordinator
Cameron University SwAHEC
South Shepler #410
Phone: 580.581.2792
Fax: 580.581.2543
jennyb@cameron.edu