Clinical Clerkship: Undergraduate education programs for second- , third- , and fourth-year students in health sciences in which the students receive clinical training and experience in teaching hospitals or affiliated health centers.Students, Medical: Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.Education, Medical, Undergraduate: The period of medical education in a medical school. In the United States it follows the baccalaureate degree and precedes the granting of the M.D.Osteopathic Medicine: A medical discipline that is based on the philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health. This philosophy, developed in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, recognizes the concept of "wellness" and the importance of treating illness within the context of the whole body. Special attention is placed on the MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM.Curriculum: A course of study offered by an educational institution.Educational Measurement: The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.Schools, Medical: Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of medicine.Clinical Competence: The capability to perform acceptably those duties directly related to patient care.Preceptorship: Practical experience in medical and health-related services that occurs as part of an educational program wherein the professionally-trained student works outside the academic environment under the supervision of an established professional in the particular field.Internal Medicine: A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems of adults.General Surgery: A specialty in which manual or operative procedures are used in the treatment of disease, injuries, or deformities.Faculty, Medical: The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in a medical school.Teaching: The educational process of instructing.Career Choice: Selection of a type of occupation or profession.Telepathology: Transmission and interpretation of tissue specimens via remote telecommunication, generally for the purpose of diagnosis or consultation but may also be used for continuing education.Information Theory: An interdisciplinary study dealing with the transmission of messages or signals, or the communication of information. Information theory does not directly deal with meaning or content, but with physical representations that have meaning or content. It overlaps considerably with communication theory and CYBERNETICS.MassachusettsPathology, Surgical: A field of anatomical pathology in which living tissue is surgically removed for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment.Hospitals, General: Large hospitals with a resident medical staff which provides continuous care to maternity, surgical and medical patients.BostonStudents: Individuals enrolled in a school or formal educational program.Accreditation: Certification as complying with a standard set by non-governmental organizations, applied for by institutions, programs, and facilities on a voluntary basis.OhioKentuckyCatalogs, LibraryPhantoms, Imaging: Devices or objects in various imaging techniques used to visualize or enhance visualization by simulating conditions encountered in the procedure. Phantoms are used very often in procedures employing or measuring x-irradiation or radioactive material to evaluate performance. Phantoms often have properties similar to human tissue. Water demonstrates absorbing properties similar to normal tissue, hence water-filled phantoms are used to map radiation levels. Phantoms are used also as teaching aids to simulate real conditions with x-ray or ultrasonic machines. (From Iturralde, Dictionary and Handbook of Nuclear Medicine and Clinical Imaging, 1990)Catalogs as Topic: Ordered compilations of item descriptions and sufficient information to afford access to them.Catalogs, UnionWriting: The act or practice of literary composition, the occupation of writer, or producing or engaging in literary work as a profession.Quebec: A province of eastern Canada. Its capital is Quebec. The region belonged to France from 1627 to 1763 when it was lost to the British. The name is from the Algonquian quilibek meaning the place where waters narrow, referring to the gradually narrowing channel of the St. Lawrence or to the narrows of the river at Cape Diamond. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p993 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p440)Students, Dental: Individuals enrolled a school of dentistry or a formal educational program in leading to a degree in dentistry.Ion Channels: Gated, ion-selective glycoproteins that traverse membranes. The stimulus for ION CHANNEL GATING can be due to a variety of stimuli such as LIGANDS, a TRANSMEMBRANE POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE, mechanical deformation or through INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING PEPTIDES AND PROTEINS.Copyright: It is a form of protection provided by law. In the United States this protection is granted to authors of original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works. (from Circular of the United States Copyright Office, 6/30/2008)Patents as Topic: Exclusive legal rights or privileges applied to inventions, plants, etc.Employee Discipline: Regulations or conditions imposed on employees by management in order to correct or prevent behaviors which are counterproductive to the organization.Licensure, Medical: The granting of a license to practice medicine.Coroners and Medical Examiners: Physicians appointed to investigate all cases of sudden or violent death.Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes: A vocabulary database of universal identifiers for laboratory and clinical test results. Its purpose is to facilitate the exchange and pooling of results for clinical care, outcomes management, and research. It is produced by the Regenstrief Institute. (LOINC and RELMA [Internet]. Indianapolis: The Regenstrief Institute; c1995-2001 [cited 2002 Apr 2]. Available from http://www.regenstrief.org/loinc)Geriatrics: The branch of medicine concerned with the physiological and pathological aspects of the aged, including the clinical problems of senescence and senility.Hospices: Facilities or services which are especially devoted to providing palliative and supportive care to the patient with a terminal illness and to the patient's family.Galaxies: Large aggregates of CELESTIAL STARS; COSMIC DUST; and gas. (From McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)Hospice Care: Specialized health care, supportive in nature, provided to a dying person. A holistic approach is often taken, providing patients and their families with legal, financial, emotional, or spiritual counseling in addition to meeting patients' immediate physical needs. Care may be provided in the home, in the hospital, in specialized facilities (HOSPICES), or in specially designated areas of long-term care facilities. The concept also includes bereavement care for the family. (From Dictionary of Health Services Management, 2d ed)Medical Records, Problem-Oriented: A system of record keeping in which a list of the patient's problems is made and all history, physical findings, laboratory data, etc. pertinent to each problem are placed under that heading.Students, Pharmacy: Individuals enrolled in a school of pharmacy or a formal educational program leading to a degree in pharmacy.Education, Pharmacy: Formal instruction, learning, or training in the preparation, dispensing, and proper utilization of drugs in the field of medicine.Gene Expression Profiling: The determination of the pattern of genes expressed at the level of GENETIC TRANSCRIPTION, under specific circumstances or in a specific cell.Bloodletting: Puncture of a vein to draw blood for therapeutic purposes. Bloodletting therapy has been used in Talmudic and Indian medicine since the medieval time, and was still practiced widely in the 18th and 19th centuries. Its modern counterpart is PHLEBOTOMY.Emergency Medicine: The branch of medicine concerned with the evaluation and initial treatment of urgent and emergent medical problems, such as those caused by accidents, trauma, sudden illness, poisoning, or disasters. Emergency medical care can be provided at the hospital or at sites outside the medical facility.Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: A self-governing state of the Windward Islands in the West Indies, comprising Saint Vincent and the northern islets of the Grenadines. Its capital is Kingstown. It is one of the original homes of the Carib Indians supposed to have been sighted by Columbus in 1498. It was in English hands from 1627 till held by the French 1779-83. Saint Vincent subsequently became a British possession and, with other nearby British territories, was administered by the Governor of the Windward Islands till 1959. It attained a measure of independence in 1969 but achieved full independence as Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in 1979. Saint Vincent was the 4th century Spanish martyr on whose feast day Columbus discovered the island. Grenadines is derived from the Spanish kingdom of Granada. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1054 & The Europa World Year Book 1993, p2441)Blogging: Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.Narration: The act, process, or an instance of narrating, i.e., telling a story. In the context of MEDICINE or ETHICS, narration includes relating the particular and the personal in the life story of an individual.Folklore: The common orally transmitted traditions, myths, festivals, songs, superstitions, and stories of all peoples.

Introducing managed care to the medical school curriculum: effect on student attitudes. (1/340)

In order to assess the effect of clinical training and didactic instruction on medical student attitudes toward managed care, we conducted a survey of all medical students at the midpoint of their third year clerkships at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The students were exposed to clinical training in managed care settings and a 2-day required course on the principles underlying managed care. The main outcome measures were student attitudes toward the concepts of managed care, managed care organizations, and future careers in managed care. Students also assessed the attitudes of medical faculty toward managed care. Attitudes of students with previous clinical training in managed care settings did not differ from those of students without such exposure toward the concepts underlying managed care or managed care organizations and were less positive about careers in managed care. Student responses before and after the 2-day course on managed care demonstrated that attitudes moved in a significantly positive direction. Seventy-one percent of students reported that the opinions they had heard from medical faculty about managed care were negative. Preparing medical students to practice medicine effectively in managed care settings will require focused attention on managed care issues in the medical school curriculum and the combined efforts of academic health centers and managed care organizations.  (+info)

Rewards and incentives for nonsalaried clinical faculty who teach medical students. (2/340)

We surveyed the clerkship administrators of pediatrics, family medicine, and internal medicine at U.S. medical schools, and of pediatrics at Canadian medical schools to determine what rewards and incentives are being offered to nonsalaried faculty for office-based teaching. Monetary payment was offered by 13% to 22% of the programs. Nonmonetary rewards like educational opportunities were offered by 70% to 89%; academic appointments by 90% to 95%; special recognition events by 62% to 79%; and appreciation letters by 74% to 84% of programs. Only 3 of 338 responders offered no rewards or incentives.  (+info)

Clinical experience during the paediatric undergraduate course. (3/340)

Medical students at the Cambridge Clinical School are provided with a list of 42 core conditions they should encounter and 20 core skills they should perform during their attachment. By self-completion questionnaires we assessed their clinical experience and the amount of teaching they received, relating the results to marks gained in end-of-attachment assessments. 103 (93%) of 110 students in year one and 123 (96%) of 128 in year two completed the questionnaires. Of the 42 core conditions, 13 were seen by under 70% of the students in year one. In year two, exposure rate increased for 26 core conditions by a median of 7% (range 2-40) and decreased in 13 core conditions by a median value 4% (range 5-13) (P = 0.0005, chi 2). Only mandatory core skills were performed by over 90% of students. 5% of students did not perform any newborn examinations and under 60% observed neonatal resuscitation or a high-risk delivery. Students' core condition score was associated with their core skill score (r = 0.5), hospital grade (r = 0.3) and exposure to acute paediatrics (r = 0.3) (P < 0.005). There was no significant association between clinical experience and the objective examination score or the amount of teaching received. There was an inverse association between the number of students at a hospital and the number of core conditions with an exposure rate above 70% at that hospital (r = 0.7, P < 0.05). This study suggests that clinical experience may be better judged by the clinical supervisor than by assessment of theoretical knowledge.  (+info)

Role of surgical residents in undergraduate surgical education. (4/340)

OBJECTIVES: To identify the role and impact of surgical residents on the various activities of a senior (4th year) surgical clerkship, and to explore students' perceptions of differences between the teaching behaviours of attending physicians and residents. DESIGN: A survey by questionnaire. SETTING: McGill University, Montreal. METHOD: A 67-item questionnaire was administered to fourth-year medical students at the end of their 8-week surgical clerkship. Analysis of the data was performed using the Wilcoxon signed-rank test, Dunn's multiple comparison test and mean average. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Overall satisfaction with the clerkship, teaching behaviours and teaching of clinical skills and basic principles. RESULTS: Overall satisfaction with the clerkship was 6.31 out of 10. Surgical residents were perceived as being significantly more active than the attending staff in 14 out of 15 teaching behaviours. They were also seen as important in teaching certain clinical skills such as suturing, assisting in the operating room and managing emergency situations. They also contributed significantly to teaching the basic principles of surgery such as infections, surgical bleeding and fluid and electrolytes. On a 10-point scale, students felt that more learning was achieved by independent reading, tutorials and residents' teaching than by other teaching modalities, including attending physicians' and nurses' teaching. CONCLUSIONS: Medical students perceive surgical residents as being significantly more active in their education process than the attending staff. Residents appear to be responsible for teaching various technical and patient management skills necessary for patient care. Along with independent reading and tutorials, resident teaching contributes a significant portion of the medical student's acquisition of knowledge and appears to contribute to the students' choice of surgery as a career.  (+info)

The effect of medical student teaching on patient satisfaction in a managed care setting. (5/340)

OBJECTIVE: To measure the effect on patient satisfaction of medical student participation in care and the presence of medical student teaching. DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. SETTING: Eight outpatient internal medicine departments of a university-affiliated HMO in Massachusetts. PATIENTS: Two hundred seven patients seen on teaching days (81 patients who saw a medical student-preceptor dyad and 126 patients who saw the preceptor alone), and 360 patients who saw the preceptor on nonteaching days. Five hundred (88%) of 567 eligible patients responded. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: Thirteen closed-response items on a written questionnaire, measuring satisfaction with specific dimensions of care and with care as a whole. Visit satisfaction was similar among patients on teaching and nonteaching days. Ninety-one percent of patients seeing a medical student, 93% of patients seeing the preceptor alone on teaching days, and 93% of patients on nonteaching days were satisfied or very satisfied with their visit; less than 2% of patients in each group were dissatisfied with their visit. Satisfaction on all measured dimensions of care was similar for patients seeing a medical student, patients seeing the preceptor alone on teaching days, and patients seeing the preceptor on nonteaching days. CONCLUSIONS: Medical student participation and the presence of medical student teaching had little effect on patient satisfaction. Concerns about patient satisfaction should not prevent managed care organizations from participating in primary care education.  (+info)

Evaluation of a national curriculum reform effort for the medicine core clerkship. (6/340)

BACKGROUND: In 1995, the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) and the Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine (CDIM) developed and disseminated a new model curriculum for the medicine core clerkship that was designed to enhance learning of generalist competencies and increase interest in general internal medicine. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the dissemination and use of the resulting SGIM/CDIM Core Medicine Clerkship Curriculum Guide. DESIGN: Survey of internal medicine clerkship directors at the 125 medical schools in the United States. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: The questionnaire elicited information about the use and usefulness of the Guide and each of its components, barriers to effective use of the Guide, and outcomes associated with use of the Guide. Responses were received from 95 clerkship directors, representing 88 (70%) of the 125 medical schools. Eighty-seven (92%) of the 95 respondents were familiar with the Guide, and 80 respondents had used it. The 4 components used most frequently were the basic generalist competencies (used by 83% of those familiar with the Guide), learning objectives for these competencies (used by 83%), learning objectives for training problems (used by 70%), and specific training problems (used by 67%); 74% to 85% of those using these components found them moderately or very useful. The most frequently identified barriers to use of the Guide were insufficient faculty time, insufficient number of ambulatory care preceptors and training sites, and need for more faculty development. About 30% or more of those familiar with the Guide reported that use of the Guide was associated with improved ability to meet clerkship accreditation criteria, improved performance of students on the clerkship exam, and increased clerkship time devoted to ambulatory care. CONCLUSION: This federally supported initiative that engaged the collaborative efforts of the SGIM and the CDIM was successful in facilitating significant changes in the medicine core clerkship across the United States.  (+info)

A needs assessment of surgical residents as teachers. (7/340)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the needs of surgical residents as teachers of clinical clerks. DESIGN: A needs assessment survey. SETTING: Department of Surgery, University of Toronto. PARTICIPANTS: Clinical clerks and surgical residents and staff surgeons. METHODS: Three stakeholder groups were defined: staff surgeons, surgical residents and clinical clerks. Focus-group sessions using the nominal group technique identified key issues from the perspectives of clerks and residents. Resulting information was used to develop needs assessment surveys, which were administered to 170 clinical clerks and 190 surgical residents. Faculty viewpoints were assessed with semi-structured interviews. Triangulation of these 3 data sources provided a balanced approach to identifying the needs of surgical residents as teachers. RESULTS: Response rates were 64% for clinical clerks and 66% for surgical residents. Five staff surgeons were interviewed. Consensus was noted among the stakeholder groups regarding the importance of staff surgeon role modelling and feedback, resident attitude, time management, knowledge of clerks' formal learning objectives, and appropriate times and locations for teaching. Discrepancies included a significant difference in opinion regarding the residents' capacity to address clerks' individual learning needs and to foster good team relationships. Residents indicated that they did not receive regular feedback regarding their teaching and that staff did not place an emphasis on their teaching role. CONCLUSIONS: This study has, from a multi-source perspective, assessed the needs of surgical residents as teachers. These needs include enhancing residents' education regarding how and what to teach medical students on a surgical rotation, and a need for staff surgeons to increase feedback to residents regarding their teaching.  (+info)

Development of a case-based integrated nutrition curriculum for medical students. (8/340)

The Nutrition Education and Prevention Program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine is a successful program that can be used as a model for the development and implementation of a case-based nutrition curriculum across the 4-y medical school experience. This article gives a broad overview of the development, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination processes used by the Nutrition Education and Prevention Program administration and core faculty group at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Beginning in 1990, the nutrition curriculum was initiated with the assistance of several funding sources. The program was structured using a multidisciplinary faculty group of physicians and registered dietitians from multiple departments, centers, and institutes. The outcome of this process is a textbook, Medical Nutrition and Disease, currently required by numerous medical schools, residency programs, and other health professional programs across the nation. With the use of data from the Association of American Medical Colleges All Schools Survey of Graduating Medical Students, perceptions of the adequacy of nutrition education were tracked over time. In 1991, 80% of University of Pennsylvania medical students felt that nutrition coverage was inadequate compared with 10% of medical students in 1998, a significant change resulting from the nutrition program's effect. The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine has developed and implemented a successful nutrition curriculum, despite national trends. The case-based integrated curricular model presented in Medical Nutrition and Disease and on our Web site, www.med.upenn.edu/nutrimed, can be used by medical institutions and other health professionals.  (+info)

Students on clerkship may earn a final grade of Pass, Marginal Pass, or Fail. Performance in Patient Care, Professionalism and Interpersonal Communication, and Knowledge, as measured by performance on End of Rotation Exams contribute to the final grade.. Clerkship Performance Evaluation Appeals. Students who have questions or concerns about a performance evaluation in a clinical clerkship should contact the Clerkship Director or their Faculty Advisor to request a review. If a students disagreement remains unresolved, the student or his or her Faculty Advisor may request a review by the Student Progress Committee by contacting one of the Student Progress Committee chairs. A written request for a review must be received within eight weeks of the date that the final student performance evaluation was submitted.. Upon receiving a request for review, the Student Progress Committee will notify the clerkship team responsible for the performance evaluation and will gather data from the student and the ...
The pediatrics clerkship survival guide written by students who aced the clerkship. This powerful review for the pediatrics clerkship provides medical students taking required rotations with a single, concise, high-yield resource for excelling on the boards and wards. Hundreds of high-yield facts--written by students and based on the clerkships core competencies--review everything students need to know for the clerkship. Margin notes highlight common exam and "pimp" questions to really help students shine. New to this edition, mini-cases are integrated throughout to give a clinical "face" to disease discussions. A section of "classifieds" include scholarship and award opportunities. A new color insert contains 4 pages of full color images to amplify the text. Features High-yield yet comprehensive review for the pediatrics clerkship based on the clerkships core competencies Written by students who just completed the clerkship NEW: Integrated mini-cases add clinical relevance and prepare ...
Roman Nowygrod, MD, FACS Surgery Clerkship Director Phone: 212.305.5374 Email: [email protected] Michael Argenziano, MD Cardiothoracic Surgery Clerkship Director Email: [email protected] Shelby Cooper, MD Surgery Clerkship Director Bassett Phone: 607.437.2388 Email: [email protected] Eric Dong, MD
The Department of Radiology offers several elective clerkships designed to familiarize students with the interpretation of medical images and nuclear medicine studies, as well as to provide opportunities for observation and research in various subspecialty areas of radiology.. The goal of the basic four-week clerkship (Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Clerkship 301A) is to teach the fundamental principles of interpreting radiographic and nuclear medicine studies. The medical student will learn the value and limitations of such studies in commonly encountered clinical problems. The concept of what constitutes an adequate radiographic study will be examined. Case material will be selected to illustrate both normal and abnormal anatomic and physiologic states. Additionally, an introduction to the principles of radiation protection and the public health implications of diagnostic radiation will also be discussed.. Registrants will be given access to an online radiology resource (STATdx) ...
Orientation time: 7:00AM Welcome to the third year clerkship, consisting of five weeks on the General Surgery service, at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Ms. Doris Leddy is the Clerkship Coordinator. Her office is MH7-307 G.S. 212-305-9596, and her e-mail address is [email protected] Dr. Roman Nowygrod is the Surgery Clerkship Director. His email is: [email protected] They are available by appointment or on the fly.
The ACCME has joined the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and 20 other organizations as a partner in Pursuing Excellence in Clinical Learning Environments. The four-year initiative is designed to promote transformative improvement within the clinical learning environments of ACGME-accredited Sponsoring Institutions in which resident and fellow physicians pursue their formal clinical training in a specialty or subspecialty.. The ACGME will provide funding through a competitive award process. Up to eight Sponsoring Institutions will be selected to receive awards of up to $75,000 per year over four years, with the expectation that each will provide a 1:1 match of those funds. The initiative aims to enhance and elevate graduate medical education and prepare physicians for the future of health care.. "The ACCME is proud to be a partner in the ACGME Pursuing Excellence in Clinical Learning Environments initiative. Advancing the quality of the clinical learning environment ...
It is well-established that longitudinal care from a primary care physician improves quality and efficiency of patient care. Patients report higher satisfaction in the context of their care when engaged in a long-term relationship with one healthcare provider [1-3]. Better patient health outcomes have also been associated with continuity of care [2, 4]. In addition, longitudinal care promotes cost efficacy; for instance, by decreasing the number of hospital and/or emergency department visits [5-7].. Though training and experience in longitudinal care supports student interest in primary care careers [8-10], the structure of medical education makes it difficult for large numbers of students to experience providing continuity of care. Standardized patient encounters usually simulate "one-time" interactions with no opportunity for the student to consider the continuity of care that would be provided to that patient in a true outpatient setting, especially in a primary care practice. In terms of ...
Academic Medicine, a peer-reviewed monthly journal, serves as an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information about policy, issues, and research concerning academic medicine, including strengthening the quality of medical education and training, enhancing the search for biomedical knowledge, advancing research in health services, and integrating education and research into the provision of effective health care.
The Patient Care Department also has changed in the new curricular structure. Students will enroll in Vision Screenings commencing the spring term of the first year. In addition, clinical clerkships have been added to the second year program. Clinical clerkships consist of student observations in third and fourth-year interns clinical rotations to observe intern/patient, doctor/patient, and intern/doctor interactions. As students become more proficient in primary eye care procedure, they will be allowed to have limited participation in the examination.. The fourth-year clinical program consists of a total of 25 credits, to be completed before the graduation date. It will be required of all fourth-year clinic interns to provide primary eye care at the School main clinic and the in-house satellite clinics, as well as providing care in the Schools secondary care clinics. In addition, they must complete part of their clinical education at IAUSO approved external clinic sites. These sites encompass ...
We would like to welcome you to the Brigham and Womens Hospital Core Clerkship in Radiology. This is an exciting time in your professional development. We hope that this clerkship will not only challenge you but will also inspire you.
Gurpreet Dhaliwal, M.D., is a clinician-educator and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He is the site director of the internal medicine clerkship at the San Francisco VA Medical Center, where he teaches medical students and residents in the emergency department, urgent care clinic, inpatient wards, outpatient clinic, and morning report. His academic interests are the cognitive processes underlying diagnostic reasoning and clinical problem-solving and the study of diagnostic expertise. Awards and Honors ...
As of June 29, MSUs Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (ECCM) operations have modified:. All walk-in patients will be evaluated. Life-threatening cases will be admitted. Cases evaluated as stable will be referred to the clients primary care veterinarian, other facilities, or other services within the MSU Hospital, if possible. Monday-Friday, from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., the ECCM Service will operate as a "referral only" service. However, walk-in patients with critical illness or immediately life-threatening problems will always receive care. Referring veterinarians should call 517-353-5420 prior to sending any patients to MSU. View the Hospitals full web page.. ...
SURGERY 300 - Junior Surgery Clerkship. Surgery 300 is one of the required clerkships for the Doctor of Medicine degree at LSUHSC-Shreveport. Requirements for this course are successful completion of the first and second year curricula of the LSUHSC-Shreveport Medical Education Program. In addition, the student must have taken and passed the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1.. Course Objectives: The Surgery 300 course is intended to provide students with the broad base of knowledge and understanding of surgical science that every primary care physician should possess. The student will begin to utilize the basic science knowledge and more fully develop the basic clinical training acquired in the first two years of medical school.. While development of a basic understanding of the pathophysiology of surgical disease is the principle objective of this clerkship for the student, further goals include demonstration of steady improvement in required clinical skills: 1) ...
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Previous presentations Partial data from this study were presented at the AAMC Central Group on Education Affairs Annual Meeting, Rochester, Minnesota (26 March 2009), the Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota (30 April 2010), the Interdisciplinary Conference on Communication, Medicine and Ethics, Boston, Massachusetts (29 June 2010) and the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, California (24 October 2010). ...
These modules are designed to be used by undergraduate medical students during their third-year internal medicine clerkship. They allow one-on-one experience with important cardiac and pulmonary disorders which they may have not been able to work-up on their inpatient or outpatient services.. ...
In addition to her clinical activities, Dr. Heimbach is active in research including analysis of outcomes for complex patients such as those with hilar cholangiocarcinoma and other malignancies, or obesity. She has been involved in research examining the long-term outcomes of living liver donors and living kidney donors and her work has been published in high-impact scientific journals. She has also been active in education, having previously served as the surgery clerkship director for Mayo Medical School (now Mayo Clinic School of Medicine). In addition to her work with medical students, Dr. Heimbach has mentored many transplant surgery fellows and research fellows.. Dr. Heimbach is also very active in the development of national organ allocation policy. She is currently on the Board of the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) and is also serving as the vice-chair of the OPTN Liver-Intestine Committee. She has previously served on the Membership and Professional Standards ...
On the first day of the Surgery Clerkship, there is an orientation beginning at 7:30 AM in the OR Classroom, located on the 2nd floor of the hospital. Students will be given their orientation packets at this point and will hear from Dr. Anthony Charles and Stacey Owen, the Clerkship Coordinator ...
Medication errors can result in harm and death, for which nurses are legally liable. The administration of medication by nurses can be improved through education and training to avoid medication errors in future. The study aimed to investigate fourth year Bachelor of Nursing students perceptions regarding the clinical learning opportunities and their competence in the administration of oral medication in a general hospital. A quantitative cross-sectional descriptive design was employed. The all-inclusive sample constituted 176 fourth year Bachelor of Nursing students. A total of 125 respondents completed the self- report questionnaires. Descriptive statistics were produced through data processing and univariate and bivariate analysis using of SPSS version 22. The studys findings show that most of the 125 respondents were placed in a medical (92%, 115) and surgical ward (86.4%, 108). However, a total of 59.2% (74) of the 125 respondents did not practice administration of oral medication on a ...
Something I havent mentioned yet here is a recent change to our new med school curriculum: our clerkship/rotations year is now pass/fail. For those of you not in medical school, traditionally the rotations year is graded on a scale of Honors/High Pass/Pass/Fail, which is functionally equivalent to A, B, C, D (it just sounds better…
Clinical Site Listing. Students receive exceptional clinical training in a variety of settings, both on the Froedtert and MCW Campus, as well as the local and state-wide communities. The majority of clinical rotations occur in the greater Milwaukee area. Some travel is required to affiliated practices around the state of Wisconsin, as well as out-of-state clinical partners. As the program continues to grow, we are continually seeking to identify new clinical rotation sites. Current clinical affiliates are listed below.. ...
This chapter was reproduced from the Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer, 2008, Chapter 11, with the permission of the Editor, for ease of viewing on mobile devices.. While focusing on your "plan of action" (diagnostic evaluation and therapeutic intervention), it is necessary to realize that in many emergency department patient encounters, care is provided in a roundabout fashion. Because of the urgency of patient presentations, we do not always have the luxury of providing care in a structured manner the same way as in a low-acuity outpatient setting. Almost every shift, we evaluate patients with head trauma, acute respiratory distress, altered mental status, and many other complaints that require the care provider to make certain critical decisions early on in the evaluation, many times before a comprehensive H&PE is completed.. The evaluation of a "sick or potentially sick" patient cannot be performed in series; care must be provided in a parallel fashion. At times, the ordering of select ...
This chapter was reproduced from the Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer, 2008, Chapter 11, with the permission of the Editor, for ease of viewing on mobile devices.. While focusing on your "plan of action" (diagnostic evaluation and therapeutic intervention), it is necessary to realize that in many emergency department patient encounters, care is provided in a roundabout fashion. Because of the urgency of patient presentations, we do not always have the luxury of providing care in a structured manner the same way as in a low-acuity outpatient setting. Almost every shift, we evaluate patients with head trauma, acute respiratory distress, altered mental status, and many other complaints that require the care provider to make certain critical decisions early on in the evaluation, many times before a comprehensive H&PE is completed.. The evaluation of a "sick or potentially sick" patient cannot be performed in series; care must be provided in a parallel fashion. At times, the ordering of select ...
Internal Medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems. The internists purview is all adult illness that is non-surgical, ranging from primary care and health promotion issues to the management of complex, multisystem disease. Perhaps the skill that most defines an internist is the ability to synthesize and organize the often voluminous amount of medical data that the modern health care system generates. An internist is then able to document and present this refined information in a complete, concise and coherent fashion.. It is one of the major goals of the UNC Medicine Inpatient Clerkship that all students will become adept at gathering, synthesizing and documenting the information that is important for the care of their patients. As a tool to teach this critical aspect of medicine, students are required to complete and submit to the clerkship office five (5) detailed H&Ps. These H&Ps should include a problem list, ...
This is a right-hand-dominant, 15-year-old female, who reports arm weakness when playing her flute and styling her hair. Onset was 2 months ago and it is progressing. More recently she has difficulty running and swallowing. Twice she has had horizontal diplopia for 15 minutes. Resting helps some. She denies numbness, bowel/bladder change or cognitive difficulties. PMH: Reactive airways disease.. Medications: None.. Allergies: NKDA. Family History: Negative.. Social History: Home schooling, her mother has custody, parents divorced. No alcohol, tobacco or drug use.. ROS: Rhinorrhea, neck and back pain, weight loss. Physical: ...
This is a 64 year-old male who has had a decline in function over the last 5 weeks. His wife gives most of the history. Symptoms include fatigue, mild headache, confusion, and trouble reading. He had a doctors appointment later this week to check this out.. This morning while at the breakfast table, he yelled, fell out of his chair and had witnessed shaking. Positive urinary incontinence. His wife believes it lasted only 20 seconds because she didnt have time to make it to the phone to call 911.. ROS positive for low appetite, 10 lbs weight loss, and a chronic cough for years.. PMH ...
Last updated 5/12/2016 Chances are, your third year clerkship grades will hinge more on your NBME Shelf exam scores than on your clinical evaluations. The strategy I advocate is to come off of Step 1 strong by immediately shelling out for the USMLE World Step 2 question bank for the entire year. Do the questions for
In-depth exploration of bodily system dysfunction throughout the adult lifespan provides the focus of this course. Principles of pre-, intra-, and post-operative management, infection and wound management will be discussed. Discussions of dysfunctions of the respiratory, cardiac, vascular, hematologic, gastrointestinal, genitourinary and endocrine systems will also be included in the course content. With each topic covered, principles of care designed to most effectively maintain or restore homeostatic mechanism are addressed. Aspects of patient teaching and discharge planning are incorporated into each system. Assessment, analysis, planning, implementation and evaluation are emphasized as the nursing process is applied to the clinical learning experience in the acute care setting. Legal, ethical, political and economical issues are ...
In-depth exploration of bodily system dysfunction throughout the adult lifespan provides the focus of this course. Principles of pre-, intra-, and post-operative management, infection and wound management will be discussed. Discussions of dysfunctions of the respiratory, cardiac, vascular, hematologic, gastrointestinal, genitourinary and endocrine systems will also be included in the course content. With each topic covered, principles of care designed to most effectively maintain or restore homeostatic mechanism are addressed. Aspects of patient teaching and discharge planning are incorporated into each system. Assessment, analysis, planning, implementation and evaluation are emphasized as the nursing process is applied to the clinical learning experience in the acute care setting. Legal, ethical, political and economical issues are ...
This week, I completed my first full week of my inpatient clinical rotation. Ive found myself really liking being in the hospital. Each day is so different. One of the best things about being in clinical is there is always a variety of diseases, diets, and interesting medical histories. Every day when I came in,…
The other night I was doing a clinical rotation (one of my last, YIPPEE) and had a patients son blow up on me. I was standing near the doorway getting ready to leave the room when he comes through
Get Started Drug News Mobile Drug Information App Drug, supplement, and vitamin information on the go. Do not stop using your medications without first talking to your doctor first. See ibuproen in PubMed Commons below J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. The Ohio State University. Also tell your health care professional if you have any other types of can you take hydrochlorothiazide and ibuprofen, such as to foods, dyes, preservatives, or animals.. ...
The CCMT aims to serve as a unified voice for medical toxicology clerkship directors on a national level. Our target audience will consist of medical toxicology clerkship directors, medical student educators and medical students who are enrolled in US medical schools. Our initial set of objectives include: creating and maintaining a searchable database of medical toxicology clerkships in the US; compiling existing resources and developing new materials that can be used by clerkship directors and medical students; and creating a national model clerkship curriculum ...
1999 Herodicus Society Award at 1999 AOSSM Paul Harrington Award for excellence in orthopedic research Houston Orthopedic Society Research Award 1998 Paul Harrington Award for excellence in orthopedic research 1993 Honors, Clinical Clerkship in Surgery Honors, Clinical Clerkship in Obstetrics and Gynecology Honors, Clinical Clerkship in Psychiatry President Mu Delta Honorary Medical Service Fraternity 1990 Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honor Society Research: Peer Reviewed Publications: A Method for Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of the Unstable Posterior Sternoclavicular Joint Dislocation Brinker M, Bartz RL, Reardon P, Reardon M Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, 1997 Jul; 11(5): 378-81 The Effect of Femoral Component Head Size on Posterior Dislocation of the Artificial Hip Joint Bartz RL, Noble PC, Kadakia NR, Tullos H Journal of bone and Joint Surgery, 2000 Sep; 82(9); 1300-7 Topographical Matching of Selected Osteochondral Transplant Donor and Recipient Sites Bartz RL, Kamaric E, Noble ...
Note: This is a Medical Student Elective Rotation in Pathology - available starting July 2010. Pathology Informatics uses data management, imaging and information theory to facilitate the diagnostic, research, and patient care missions of Pathology. This course will introduce students to the challenges and accomplishments in Pathology Informatics, while simultaneously providing integrated exposure to several subspecialty areas within the pathology department (i.e. surgical pathology, molecular pathology, cytopathology, laboratory medicine, etc.). Didactic sessions and hands-on laboratory experience form the core of the rotation. The student will also have the opportunity to work closely with faculty, fellows, and residents on a project of mutual interest. At the end of the clerkship, the student will present to the department on a topic of his or her choice.. While the course is primarily organized to provide preparation for a potential career in Pathology, students interested in other areas of ...
Note: This is a Medical Student Elective Rotation in Pathology - available starting July 2010. Pathology Informatics uses data management, imaging and information theory to facilitate the diagnostic, research, and patient care missions of Pathology. This course will introduce students to the challenges and accomplishments in Pathology Informatics, while simultaneously providing integrated exposure to several subspecialty areas within the pathology department (i.e. surgical pathology, molecular pathology, cytopathology, laboratory medicine, etc.). Didactic sessions and hands-on laboratory experience form the core of the rotation. The student will also have the opportunity to work closely with faculty, fellows, and residents on a project of mutual interest. At the end of the clerkship, the student will present to the department on a topic of his or her choice.. While the course is primarily organized to provide preparation for a potential career in Pathology, students interested in other areas of ...
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Policies governing all year 1-4 medical students on the Twin Cities Campus of the University of Minnesota Medical School.In addition to the below policies, all students are also required to adhere to all main University of Minnesota Policies.Grades, Exams, Academic ProgressEssential Capacities for Matriculation, Promotion, and GraduationCompetencies Required for GraduationSecure Exam PolicyAttendance Requirements for Courses, Clerkships and ExamsYears 1 and 2 Missed or Rescheduled Exam Procedure and Request FormCourse Grades, Years 1 and 2Exam Grades, Years 1 and 2Clinical Course Grades, Years 1-4Grading Professionalism in ClerkshipsExcused Absenses, Years 3 and 4Clinical Course Grades, Years 1-4Mid Course and Clerkship Feedback, Years 1-4Student Compliance Requirement, Years 1-4Medical School Grading and TranscriptsAgreement for the Completion of Incomplete Work FormRequired Clerkship Grade Standardization, Years 3 and 4Grade Submission Deadlines for Courses and Clerkships, Years 1-4USMLE Step
OBJECTIVES: A 3.5-hour workshop was developed to teach family medicine medical students about sleep disorders. DESCRIPTION: This family medicine clerkship requirement engages students in role-plays and provides them with didactic information about co
Schedule: Our clinic runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday. Students attend didactic lecture presentations on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.. Students will round in the hospital for one week of the clerkship. Students can expect to see a wide variety of disease processes. In addition to the student, the team is comprised of a senior (PGY2) resident and 2-3 interns with an occasional PGY3 resident and a faculty supervisor. Students will be required to participate in one weekend at-home call and three weeknights of at-home call dispersed throughout the four-week rotation. Weekend call begins at 5 p.m. Friday evening and ends at 7:30 a.m. Monday morning. Weeknight call begins at 5 p.m. and ends at 7:30 a.m. the next morning. Overall goals are to enhance history taking, physical exam, and assessment skills and to promote the development of evidence-based treatment plans. Students also work with a variety of ancillary staff ...
Without question, though, there are some very intelligent people who are not justly served by the current clerkship application process. As observers of recent Supreme Court clerkship hiring may have noted, a few schools and feeder judges predominate. But Lithwicks proposal will replace the weight given to feeder judges with even more weight given to schools, and perhaps to professors within those schools. People lucky enough to be able to ingratiate themselves to a prominent professor or former colleague of the Supremes (most of them have taught and presumably retain relationships with faculty) will have an advantage; applicants from other law schools will be left out in the cold. The current clerkship process, which permits multiple clerkships, allows candidates from less well-known schools to distinguish themselves. Under the regime Lithwick proposes, such persons would probably be passed over in favor of yet another Yale or Harvard student ...
National University of Health Sciences has signed an agreement with Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, to offer a rotating clerkship for student interns in the doctor of chiropractic program.
A rising second year medical student read some of my posts and wrote me a kind note asking if I would write something for students. I taught students and ran surgical clerkships at community teaching hospitals for my entire career until about 19 months ago. I also was prompted to address this subject after reading a recent New York Times story about a new admissions policy at Mt. Sinai Medical School. The school is accepting some students who are majoring in the humanities and are not required to take the usual science courses or the MCAT. In the words of one of the participants in the program: "I didnt want to waste a class on physics, or waste a class on orgo [organic chemistry]. The social determinants of health are so much more pervasive than the immediate biology of it." I agree that possibly "orgo" and probably physics are not necessarily essential for medical school applicants. But I think these courses are still relevant because they assess ones ability to think. According to the ...
The purpose of the fourth-year advanced general surgery elective is to give students the opportunity to enhance the knowledge acquired on the third-year general surgery clerkship, to understand better the principles in treating patients with surgical diseases, both on an outpatient and inpatient basis, and to improve upon technical skills introduced during the third year. The elective is designed for students either interested in pursuing a surgical career, or those students hoping to gain a better understanding of the field of general surgery as it will apply to their future practices ...
Background: Outpatient teaching models such as the One-Minute Preceptor direct trainees to independently commit to clinical decisions before the preceptor gives feedback. Comparing trainee decisions to those of the preceptor could yield insight into trainee decision-making.. Objective: To determine whether Trainee-Preceptor decision concordance, operationalized as a rating scale form, reflects trainee clinical decision-making ability to a measurable extent.. Design/Methods: We recruited a convenience sample of residents and students rotating in the PED. A 2-sided form had the same 7 clinical decisions on each side: whether to perform blood, urine, spinal fluid tests, imaging, IV fluids, antibiotics, or a consult. The rating choices were: Definitely Not, Probably Not, Probably Would or Definitely Would. Trainees rated each decision after seeing a patient, but before presenting to the preceptor, who, after evaluating the patient, rated the same 7 decisions on the 2nd side of the form. The ...
An ECU Brody School of Medicine OB-GYN professor has been recognized by an international organization for her outstanding performance as an educator.. Dr. Jill Sutton was recently awarded the 2018 William N.P. Herbert, MD, Promising Educator Award by the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO).. Herbert, a former APGO president, created this award in 2007 to recognize promising junior faculty who have demonstrated accomplishments in womens health education.. "I am incredibly honored to have received this award," said Sutton. "Teaching medical students how to care for women is work I absolutely love to do.". Sutton earned her undergraduate degree in biology from Wake Forest University. She completed her medical degree and residency training at Brody before joining the faculty as a clinical assistant professor in 2010. Sutton has served as Brodys clerkship director since 2014, overseeing the clinical education of students during their third and fourth years of medical ...
Designated a 2013 "Core Title" and "Essential Purchase" by Doodys! This highly acclaimed text provides a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students in a wide variety of clinical settings. The fifth edition updates this unequalled source of essential information for all faculty members-full time, part time, adjunct, and preceptors-responsible for clinical teaching. It encompasses current trends in health care and nursing education with expanded content on ways to maximize the clinical learning experiences of nursing students, use new technologies in clinical teaching, teach and evaluate student performance, and address ethical and legal issues in clinical teaching. Included is new content on establishing and using dedicated education units, integrating simulation with clinical education, using new technologies for clinical learning, teaching and evaluating performance in distance education, promoting ...
Dr. Kassabian graduated from the University of Montreal in Montreal, Quebec, in 1985 after brief clerkships at McGill University.
Established in 1911, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center aims to improve human health through education, research, clinical care and public service. The UT Health Science Center campuses include colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Graduate Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Patient care, professional education and research are carried out at hospitals and other clinical sites across Tennessee. Endowed professorships, Research Centers of Excellence, and continuing relationships with research and healthcare facilities across Tennessee ensure that both basic science and applied research stay focused on contemporary health topics.
Most notably, the continuity-of-care means Im connecting more with patients. As days go by, their ups and downs have come to affect me more than I expected, based on earlier clerkships. The other day I cheered and high-fived my resident when a patients potassium labs came back. I cant recall being that excited about lab results during any other clerkship (if it helps to convey the drama, Ill add that she had RTA and had just started a course of Amphotericin B ...
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Despite high attendance expectations and a history of playing to sold-out arenas, Lost at Last performed Friday night in the Price Center Plaza to a consistent crowd of approximately 100. The Maui-based band, which dedicates its shows to a resolution for the problems existing between Israelis and Arabs, was brought to campus by the A.S. Council as part of the schools ""Thank Goodness Its Friday"" concert series. ""I thought they were awesome,"" said A.S. Programmer Cassie Williams. ""They definitely have a lot of skill."" Though many in attendance had not previously heard of the band, most were satisfied yet surprised by the concert. ""I think they were pretty good, with a nice beat,"" third-year medical student Bret Neiderman said. ""I thought it was a bit underpopulated, though. I thought it would be a lot more crowded for what it was."" Williams attributes the small turnout to the lack of interest UCSD students have when it comes to new bands. ""People want to see what they already know,"" ...
72 Week US rotation Americlerkship?Think about doing a 52- 72 week rotation with Americlerkship in about two years, (basically my last two years of medical school clerkship with them, but they have been pushing to sign up ASAP (like right now), and they tell me space fills up very quickly. If I want back to back, I have to sign up 1 - 2 years in advance to get green book rotation. (My question is: is this just their usually sells pitch, I should take with a grain of salt or I have to COMMITTEE
This course deals with Womens health, female reproductive system, pregnancy, delivery and associated problems. This clerkship is designed to provide students with the basic information and skills needed to attend to a gynecological or obstetric patient and to prepare the foundation for further training in the field. ...
The UMMC Psychology Internship Training program offers clinical rotations in both child and adult emphasis areas. Interns are encouraged to participate in rotations in both emphasis areas.
What happened to summer being for relaxing? Between clerkship applications, interning, and doing some extra legal work on the side, theres been little room for play this summer. As a result, my blogging has fallen super behind-Im sorry, guys. Remember though, if you like my facebook page, youll get more updates on what Im eating and interesting food news, even when Im not posting here. But enough with the excuses. Now I want to talk about shopping - FOOD SHOPPING that is. Ive discovered a few great products these past few weeks that I want to share with you. Ive been pretty stressed out, so these products have kept my body from going completely out of whack under pressure.. (Please note that I am not being paid to market any of these…Ive just been using the little spare time I have for experimentation and wanted to share with you). CocoYo and Coconut Kefir ...
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Anyone who has taken nbme 15 we can start a post to discuss questions that came on the exam! Post questions, answers and explanations... Hoping this can help the people who are taking the exam soon!
With respect to your rotations for the duration of your training, these will be organized by our Postgraduate Program Coordinator and you will be notified accordingly via email. ...
The students must have finished a sufficient part of their medical education, qualifying for the practical part of these modules at their partner university ...
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Well, I finished my exam. The exam is even easier than UWSA in most questions, and also most from First aid 2014 & UW. Dont bother reading for Low Yield...
Today I had my final evaluation on very first nursing clinical rotation! How exciting!! :) Time is flying by SOOOOO FAST!!!! Our semester starts with 6 weeks of theory before the first
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Dr. Ananthakrishnan has been active in medical student and resident education at Boston University since 2008. She also practices in clinical endocrinology and has a focus in Neuroendocrinology.. Dr. Ananthakrishnan has served as an Evans Student Educator since 2009. In this role, she serves as an associate clerkship director to 3rd year students in the Medicine 1 clerkship. She also serves as the director of the Medicine Subinternship and the Advanced Acting Internship for 4th year students. Her area of focus is in evaluation, grading and feedback. She is an active member of Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine. Dr. Ananthakrishnan has served as the faculty mentor for the Internal Medicine Interest Group at BUSM since 2012, the student-led group that plans activities designed to educate the student body on the field of Internal Medicine and its various subspecialties. Dr. Ananthakrishnans outpatient practice is in the Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition at Boston Medical ...
INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS: Many physicians in primary care and medical/surgical specialties will care for female patients with pelvic floor disorders (PFD). METHODS: A survey was mailed to 266 United States and Canadian clerkship directors that queried how medical students were being educated in PFD. RESULTS: Forty-four percent of clerkship directors responded. The mean clerkship size was 105 medical students. Over 97% of third year medical students received lectures on hypertension in pregnancy, normal labor, and abnormal uterine bleeding and at least 90% received lectures on obstetric hemorrhage, placenta previa, and menstruation ...
Medical student leadership at University Hospitals provides exemplary faculty and administrative leadership across Internal Medicine Clerkship, Acting Internship and Visiting Medical Student Programs.
Clinical Exposure and Curriculum Students are exposed to diverse sites of geriatric care, including nursing homes, rehabilitation programs, patients homes, day programs, acute care hospital and outpatient settings.. Students participate in the multidisciplinary teams, which provide care in these settings, working directly with geriatrics faculty, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, and therapists. Students attend family meetings and multidisciplinary case conferences to discuss patient care from a variety of perspectives.. All students attend a half day session at an inpatient hospice program at Calvary Hospital in which they are exposed to the philosophy and the methods of hospice care for patients with incurable chronic diseases Lectures All students participate in a lecture series developed specifically for the student geriatrics clerkship:. ...
The obstetrics and gynecology clerkship survival guide from the publishers of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 This powerful review for the obstetrics and gynecology clerkship provides medical students taking required rotations with a single, concise, high-yield resource for excelling on the boards and wards. Hundreds of high-yield facts based on the clerkships core competencies review everything students need to know for the clerkship. Margin notes highlight common exam and "pimp" questions to really help students shine. New to this edition, mini-cases are integrated throughout to give a clinical "face" to disease discussions. Four new chapters cover twinning, cervical dysplasia/HPV vaccine, breast disease, and womens health maintenance. A section of "classifieds" include scholarship and award opportunities. Features High-yield yet comprehensive review of the most essential topics focuses study NEW integrated mini-cases add clinical relevance and prepare students for questions they will see on ...
Dr. Isaza is the clinical service chief and founding faculty member of the Merial Veterinary Community Outreach Program (formerly known as the Merial Shelter Medicine Clerkship) at the University of Florida. She received her DVM degree from UF in 1994 and completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Cornell University following graduation. Since the programs inception in 2003, she and her students have spayed and neutered over 20,000 animals, treated over 500 dogs for heartworm infection (since 2008) and performed over 1000 "other" surgeries to prevent the euthanasia of homeless animals in Alachua and surrounding counties of Florida. In addition, they participate in a free weekly veterinary clinic for the pets of low income and homeless members of the community in and around Gainesville, Florida, providing routine veterinary care and targeted spay/neuter for the pets of these clients.. ...
Dr. Bethany Oeming is a fourth-year resident in the Anesthesia & Perioperative Medicine program at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry. Though Dr. Oeming thought she was destined for Family Medicine, a clerkship rotation in Anesthesia changed her perspective and motivated her to follow her instincts about the specialty.. Passionate about patient-care and helping people of all different backgrounds and ages get through surgery safely, she also has a great love for global health. In the past two years, she has volunteered her expertise with Operation Walk in Ecuador to assist with anesthetic care for patients undergoing complex congenital dysplasia surgery.. In this Q&A, Dr. Oeming discusses the experiences that led her to anesthesia and perioperative medicine, what she loves the most about her specialty and the lessons she has learned throughout her residency.. Can you please tell us where you were born and raised, the degrees you have and your alma mater(s).. I was born in Unionville, Ontario, but ...
Anatomy Laboratory Director, Department of Biomedical Sciences; OSCE Director, Department of Academic Affairs; Director of Community Engagement, Interprofessional Education Programs Dr. Abercrombie received her MD from Mercer University School of Medicine, where she also did a year of general surgery residency training and served on faculty as an Instructor of Anatomy. Within ETSU Quillens Department of Academic affairs, Dr. Abercrombie serves as OSCE Director, Transitions to Clinical Clerkships Course Director, M3 OSCE Competency Director, and Co-Director of the fourth-year ethics electives: Clinical Ethics and the Profession of Medicine, Physicians & End of Life Care, Anatomy Ultrasound elective. For the Academic Health Science Center, she serves as Director of Community Engagement for Interprofessional Education to place teams of interprofessional students in facilities to practice collaborative care. She also holds appointments in the Department of Biomedical Sciences as Director of the ...
The main purpose of the UVA Neurosurgery Teaching and Mentoring Initiative is to enhance the personal and professional training experience of medical students. Throughout the academic year, the UVA Department of Neurosurgery hosts between 50-100 medical students on clinical and research rotations varying from two to four weeks in duration. We will improve the formal clerkship curriculum by providing innovative mechanisms to increase medical fund knowledge, tools that will promote and advocate independent research and facilitate meaningful interaction through feedback between medical students, residents and attending physicians. By providing a digital platform ranging from personalized clerkship schedules to interactive neuroanatomy modules, seminal research papers and videos of operating room technique and procedures, we strive to foster early interest in neurosurgery and set an example of UVA thought and training leadership within the national academic medical community.. UVA Neurosurgery ...
David Bernstein, MD/MBA student at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry and Simon Business School, has been selected as the national Chair-Elect of the Association of American Medical Colleges Organization of Student Representatives (AAMC OSR).. In this role, David will help lead his peers and provide the student voice to the AAMC, a prominent national organization dedicated to serving and supporting academic medicine and the health of all Americans. His position, effective immediately, is a three-year term starting with Chair-Elect and proceeding through Chair and Immediate Past Chair. Over the next three years, David will serve in a number of national leadership capacities, including serving on the AAMC OSR Administrative Board, sitting on the Group on Student Affairs Steering Committee, guiding national efforts to improve academic medicine and planning long-term strategies for success within the organization. In addition, he will be a sounding board for all medical ...
Abdominal Emergencies SAEM Undergraduate Medical Education Committee Emergency Medicine Clerkship Lecture Series Primary Author: John Sarko, M…
The American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) is a national organization that aims to improve the quality of healthcare for individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and intellectual disabilities (ND/ID). This population of patients has historically encountered great difficulty when attempting to access care that is both empathetic and highly competent. AADMD hopes to expand the network of health care providers who are capable of understanding the specific needs of this community and acting in their best interests at all times. By maintaining a presence at the institutions responsible for teaching future health care providers, members of AADMD can achieve this goal in a variety of ways, from assisting in reform of the current healthcare system to better preparing clinicians for facing the challenges posed by caring for this population.. New York Medical College, in collaboration with the Westchester Institute for Human Development, has a new AADMD chapter . This offers ...
Back to Basics: Integration of Basic and Clinical Science in the Psychiatry Clerkship. This study compares two curricular innovations aimed at integrating basic and clinical science in the Psychiatry Clerkship: 1) a physician-scientist joining a clinician-taught Dementia lecture versus 2) an instructional video reviewing basic science concepts preceding a clinician-taught Dementia lecture.. Mental Health Self-Care in Medical Students: Barriers and Benefits to Use. This project, developed by a medical student mentee, involves a survey of all Yale medical students to assess mental and physical health care seeking, social behaviors, and barriers to self-care in medical school.. ...
Olivia Marie Campa, a third-year medical student at the UC Davis School of Medicine, is one of five students nationwide receiving a 2012 Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarship award today at the annual meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges in San Francisco.
Patholgic finding in surfactant-treated extremely low birth weight (ELBW - less than 1000g) infants is disruption of lung development with decreased septation and alveolar hypoplasia leading to fewer and larger alveoli with reduced surface area for gas exchange [2, 3].. -Pulmonary vasculature is also disrupted, with abnormal distribution of capillaries, reduced total number of capillaries, and thickened muscle layer of pulmonary arterioles leading to increased pulmonary resistance.. ...
While commonly used, these wont be readily accessible to you because they are controlled substances (read "habit forming"): morphine, fentanyl and midazolam. Take note of the things you use on a regular basis - they serve as the things to focus on during your readings at night. You could even quiz yourself: "What are we using the zofran for?" "Which one is the miller and which is the mac blade?" "What are the indications for succinylcholine?". The less inefficiencies and fumbling around, the more time you can focus on the case and be taught by the resident.. 3. Come Prepared. I personally thought the Stanford CA Tutorial was easy to read and packed with high-yield material. Pick out a chapter or two a day and discuss them with your resident.. In terms of what to carry in the operating room, I liked Pocket Anesthesia as a reference guide as well as Dukes Anesthesia Secrets to anticipate the pimp questions and get a more general overview of the cases.. Before you leave for the day, ask for the ...
Last night I had quite a few learning episodes on Twitter. It started with Christian Assads post about how Twitter could be used for learning. He is training in cardiology and is aware that troponin (a protein measured to assess damage to the cardiac muscle) levels are often elevated in those with poor renal function. But seemingly this is still a hot topic, and is not acknowledged yet by labs or many doctors. So Christian tweeted an eminent cardiologist to see what he thought and got an ambivalent response. But the key was that it was ambivalent. He didnt just state that, No, there is no evidence that renal function is related to troponin levels, he hedged his bets ...
Laurie McCormick, second-year scholar, next presented her AMSP related developments at her university. Over the past year, Dr. McCormick has enhanced education on alcohol and drugs at her medical school, the University of Iowa College of Medicine, through a number of ways. The first is that she had contacted two of the psychiatrists in her department who are involved with the chemical dependency service at the hospital and neighboring VA to ensure that they knew about AMSP. They both now have third-year medical students learn a lecture of their choice from the AMSP website and teach it during a group session with patients in the intensive outpatient chemical dependency service. In addition, Dr. McCormick has contacted the Medical Student Ambassador Program (MSAP) at her university to introduce the "Doctors Ought to Care (DOC)" program. The medical students of MSAP have already started incorporating some of the content of that program with their outreach program to educate children and ...
Despite the fact that Ive absolutely loved my experiences as a third-year medical student, the hours on the wards mixed with the demands of studying - while constantly trying to learn, impress and care for others in ever-changing environments - c
The site describes the residency and fellowship programs, faculty and staff links with selected profiles, online continuing medical education content and brochures of upcoming courses, the visiting education program, research laboratories and programs, and the medical student clerkship. ...
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Although most youth employment and training programs include some form of support services, such as child care, counseling, and legal aid, there is little information on how many young people receive such services or how effective they are, a new study has found.. The study found that the services reduce barriers to participation in training programs and to employment, but that few program operators have managed to combine them effectively into programs for youths. Part of the problem, the researchers point out, is that support services include a range of activities that are provided by different agencies.. To enhance access to services and knowledge about them, the study recommends that the U.S. Labor Department coordinate efforts to address the need for support services and sponsor research on the types, delivery, and effectiveness of such services.. The study, Supportive Services for Youth, will be published in a forthcoming book, Dilemmas in Youth Employment Programming, published by ...
Once in a while I get a break from purely orthopedic stuff and wield a stethoscope as a "general practitioner". I used to like the general medicine as a student but when clerkship bombarded me at least fifty patients a day giving nothing but prescriptions and prayers as "medicines", I resigned myself to cutting it…. Keep Reading ...
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Hi CT, I realize you work hard to answer all the questions here, and have provided valuable info for free. So it seems rather asinine to ask this, but Ill ask anyway: regarding the layer system, though there are many pockets of information available all over the training logs (particularly dave-gs) and by you here in the forums, it might be useful to have a single article outlining the entire methodology to help people to learn they system and also serve as a quick reference to those pract...
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I am an emotional person. I always assumed this would only hurt me during my clinical rotations. For example, I was afraid Id be known as "that med student whos always making friends with the … ...
Over the past few weeks, I have been receiving many calls about bagworms in area trees. This is the time of year that they are the most visible since the identifying bag that they will overwinter in is large enough to see from a distance. Also, their feeding habits may have defoliated a few branches making them even easier to see. Although bagworms are much easier to control in late May or the end of June when they are smaller, as long as the insect is still feeding on the foliage, they can be controlled. Here is a brief write-up ... ...
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The NBME has released the new 2016 USMLE Step 1 Sample Test Questions, which reflect a sizable decrease in the number of questions from 308 down to 280 and
Matthew Goldenberg, M.D., M.Sc., is a psychiatrist who has been on the faculty at Yale and the staff of Yale-New Haven Hospital since 2013. He is the section chief of psychiatric emergency services at YNHH, the medical director of the YNHH Psychiatry Observation Unit and serves as an attending psychiatrist in the YNHH emergency departments Crisis Intervention Unit. He is active in medical student education at Yale, serving as a member of the steering committee for the inegrated Primary Care and Psychiatry Clerkship and a regular lecturer, seminar leader and tutor to medical and physician associate students.. Prior to arriving at Yale, he was a faculty member at Uniformed Services University (USUHS) and Dartmouth Medical School, and served as the director of the medical student psychiatry clerkship directors at both institutions. He also directed the psychiatric emergency and consultation/liaison services at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He also earned a MSc in Global Mental Health from ...
Tracey S. Wilson, M.D., is Director of Medical Student Education for the UAB Department of Urology and states, "we are always willing to host enthusiastic medical students in the Department of Urology. Students are encouraged to contact us for research opportunities or clinical electives where they can spend from 1-4 weeks working alongside our faculty and residents.". Third-year UAB medical students are invited to do a one-month elective on our service, or schedule their Scholarly Activity with one of our faculty members. Third-year UAB students who are at satellite campuses are encouraged to do a Special Topics week with us to gain more exposure to this exciting field.. Fourth-year students (both visiting and UAB) are invited to do an acting internship (AI). The AI is a month-long rotation on the UAB Hospital service with increased responsibility. These students function as a member of the urology team with daily involvement on inpatient rounds, in the operating room and in the clinic. ...
Pollakiuria , also called extraordinary daytime urinary frequency, is a benign condition defined as frequent small voids in a previously toilet trained child with no polyuria or evidence of infection. The condition is self-limited with an average duration of 7-12 months.. See also: diurnal enuresis and nocturnal enuresis. ...
The division of gastroenterology at the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville offers an ACGME-accredited gastroenterology fellowship program.. The division is also involved in the department of medicines internal medicine residency program and medical student education elective/clerkship courses for third- and fourth-year medical students.. ...
The Department of Medicine at University Hospitals, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, has a long tradition of training some of the nations leading physician-scientists. Our education programs consist of the Core Clerkship Program to provide training to medical students, our Internal Medicine Residency Program and our General Internal Medicine and specialty fellowship programs.. We are honored to announce that we have a 100 percent American Board of Internal Medicine success rate for 2018, and our fellowship Match Rate for the class of 2019 is 100 percent.. ...
Abstract:. Objective: Self-medication practice among doctors develops during their undergraduate training. The aim of this study is to assess self-medication patterns among 3rd year undergraduate medical students at the end of their academic year, as pharmacology is taught to them in this year of MBBS course. Methods: This cross-sectional institution based study was conducted after approval by ERB-BUMDC at Bahria University Medical and Dental College, Karachi from October-December 2013 which is the end of their academic year. The participants were 3rd year medical students. All the descriptive data was collected by using specially designed questionnaire, filled on one to one basis by taking an oral interview. Data was analyzed using SPSS version 20 and reported as frequencies and percentage. Results: Self-medication was reported by 67 (72.82%) students out of 92 students. Quick relief (43%) was the common reason to provoke medical students in indulging self-medication. Acetaminophen was the ...
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"Veterinary Clinical Pathology Clerkship Program. Archived from the original (website) on 2011-09-18. Retrieved 8 October 2011. ... Battison, Andrea (2007). "Apparent pseudohyperkalemia in a Chinese Shar Pei dog". Veterinary Clinical Pathology. 36 (1): 89-93 ... Clinical observations, histopathology and heredity". Veterinary Dermatology. 12 (5): 243-53. doi:10.1046/j.0959-4493.2001.00251 ...
... and 72 weeks of clinical clerkships that are completed at affiliated hospitals in the United States. St. Martinus also offers a ... "Clinical Clerkships , St. Martinus University". Martinus.edu. Retrieved 2013-02-24. http://www.martinus.edu/pre-medical/ http ...
Clinical Clerkships, page 252. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005. ISBN 978-0-7817-3754-8. Dale Berg, Katherine Worzala. ... Dahl's sign (also Thinker's sign or Target sign) is a clinical sign in which areas of darkened (hyperpigmentation) and ...
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Clinical clerkships: the answer book. Hagerstown, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. p. 219. ISBN 0-7817-3754-0. myopathy. ...
Veterinary Clinical Pathology Clerkship Program. Retrieved 8 October 2011. Battison, Andrea (2007). "Apparent ... Clinical observations, histopathology and heredity". Veterinary Dermatology. 12 (5): 243-53. doi:10.1046/j.0959-4493.2001.00251 ... pseudohyperkalemia in a Chinese Shar Pei dog". Veterinary Clinical Pathology. 36 (1): 89-93. doi:10.1111/j.1939-165X.2007. ...
Apart from this the clinical forensic examinations constitute a major part of the work and number of cases can run up to ten ... Forensic medicine is also a mandatory round during medical school clerkship. Medical students assist the doctors on autopsies, ... Payne-James, Jason; Busuttil, Anthony; Smock, William S. (eds.) (2003). Forensic Medicine: Clinical and Pathological Aspects. ... Most U.S. pathologists complete a combined residency in both anatomic and clinical pathology, which requires a total of four ...
... clinical knowledge, clinical reasoning, ethics and 46 weeks of clerkship rotations during the third year. California Northstate ... "Phase B - Clinical Clerkships". medicine.cnsu.edu. Retrieved 2016-05-25. ... The 4-year MD program follows a Clinical Presentations curriculum, with training in basic sciences, ...
... instituted a Clinical Clerkship program in the USA; established a grant-in-aid scholarship program; integrated the teaching of ... qualified Filipino-Americans are offered the opportunity to undertake part of their clinical clerkship training in these ...
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Clinical clerkships: the answer book. Hagerstown, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. p. 219. ISBN 0-7817-3754-0. https://www. ...
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Level two/clinical clerkships is a 12-month period spent rotating through various clinical clerkships at The University of ... In level three/advanced integration, students continue rotating through clinical clerkships and acting internships with ... the remainder of the four-year program largely consists of clinical clerkships. The institution is one of the ten most- ... The first 18 months of the curriculum are devoted to basic and clinical science; ...
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Reiter, HI; Eva, KW; Rosenfeld, J; Norman, GR (April 2007). "Multiple Mini-Interview Predicts for Clinical Clerkship ... "The ability of the Multiple Mini-Interview to predict pre-clerkship performance in medical school". Academic Medicine. 79 (10 ... "The multiple mini-interviews as a predictor of peer evaluations during clinical training in medical school". Medical Teacher. ... revealed the MMI to be the best predictor for subsequent clinical performance, professionalism, and ability to communicate with ...
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... demographic and clinical characteristics, dosing and safety". Clinical endocrinology. 50 (6): 703-13. PMID 10468941. H. L. ... First Aid for the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship, p. 226, PITUITARY (HYPOESTROGENIC AMENORRHEA) Schrager S, Sabo L (2001 ... Clinical Endocrinology 1995 42 443-444. Abs, R; Bengtsson, BA; Hernberg-Stâhl, E; Monson, JP; Tauber, JP; Wilton, P; Wüster, C ...
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Pediatrics Core Clinical Experience (PEDI 730). Every OHSU medical student is required to complete a 4-week core clinical ... While each students clinical site may differ, we take care to ensure that your educational experiences are equivalent ... We attempt to place you in at least one clinical site of your choosing; a few months before your scheduled Pediatrics rotation ... During your Pediatrics Core clinical experience, you will learn the pediatric-specific elements of the history and physical ...
Time Commitment and Clerkship Length. The clerkship runs for eight weeks.. Clinical Sites for this Clerkship. *Johns Hopkins ... This clerkship introduces students to the discipline of internal medicine. Following three days of PRECEDE (Pre-Clerkship ... and succeed in the clerkship. We focus on the following skills:. *Clinical reasoning and patient communication skills with ... Clerkship Directors. Cayea, Danelle Olson, M.D., M.S. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate Vice Chair for Education, ...
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Clinical clerkship opportunities. The MD and MD/PhD programs offer students a wide variety of clinical clerkship opportunities ... Already Ive worked with one of the countrys leading researchers on sickle-cell anemia and done a clinical rotation at an ... offers third-year medical students clinical exposure to diverse urban populations. A rural counterpart also is offered. ... whether youre talking about clinical experiences, learning opportunities outside the medical school, financial aid, or ...
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Summer Clinical Research Internship Program. Applications due January 31, 2018. Our summer Clinical Research Internship Program ... Clerkship Director. Mackenzie Cook, M.D., joined the OHSU Division of Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery in 2017. ... Clerkship Director Mackenzie Cook, M.D., is committed to the training and development of surgeons early in their education. He ... Third Year Medical Students (MS3) begin their Clerkships learning about General Surgery through hands-on experience. Students ...
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Clinical Clerkship for MIII. Up to 10 percent of patients seen by primary care providers present with neurologic symptoms and ... The best way to get that foundation of knowledge is through the two-week clinical neurology clerkship that is required in your ... Research and Clinical Trials. At Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group Neurology, we conduct clinical trials to look for new ways ... Currently, we are conducting inpatient and outpatient stroke clinical trials, movement disorder clinical trials and multiple ...
Basic Science and Clinical Evidence, Learning Surgery provides a ready reference to those in third and fourth year residencies ... Introduction to Clinical Surgery in the Surgical Clerkship Setting. * Front Matter Pages 1-1 ... Two sections include Introduction to Clinical Surgery in the Surgical Clerkship Setting and Management of Surgical Diseases ... Management of Surgical Diseases During the Clerkship. * Front Matter Pages 175-175 ...
Score of Clinical Performance Examination (CPX) Pre- and Post-Clinical Clerkship. a) p,0.001 by ANCOVA. ... Overall satisfaction with clerkship. 4.348 (0.952). 3.237 (1.047)a) Overall competency in clinical performance examination. ... The present conditions of clinical clerkship management in Korea. Korean J Med Educ 2009; 21: 373-383.. ... Experience of Bedside Teaching during Clerkship in Pulmonary Medicine for Improving Clinical Performance. 임상수행능력 향상을 위한 호흡기내과 ...
Remote Clerkships. Affiliations with select institutions and facilities provide opportunities to spend anywhere from 4 to 12 ... concentrated clinical experiences. These different clinical settings promote volume and variety of patient care. ... 3,210 hours of classroom and clinical training) programs, you will gain hands-on experience in multiple clinical rotations, ... Clinical and Experiential Learning. Practice Makes Perfect Form.. In any health career, there is just no substitute for real, ...
Tentative Date) Lecture period and clinical rotations for 3rd year Medicine students (Clerkships)./importantdatesCategory: ... Tentative Date) Summer 2019 Clinical Placement for U1 B.Sc. (Nursing) students will start on May 1... 1May2019 ... Tentative Date) Summer 2019 last day of lectures, Clinical Placement for U1 B.Sc. (Nursing) students. 14Jun2019 ... Tentative Date) Classes reconvene and clinical courses commence for U1, U2, and U3 B.Sc. (N) students and U2 BNUR-INT students ...
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  • Clinical clerkships encompass a period of medical education in which students - medical, nursing, dental, or otherwise - practice medicine under the supervision of a health practitioner. (wikipedia.org)
  • Clerkships give students experiences in all parts of the hospital setting, including the operating room, emergency department, and various other departments that allow learning by viewing and doing. (wikipedia.org)
  • The purpose of this study was to evaluate the degree to which a psychiatric clinical clerkship alters nursing students' attitudes toward individuals with mental illness. (healio.com)
  • The goal of the 4-week clerkship is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and professional attitudes that will enable them to care for individuals with mental illness in different health care settings. (healio.com)
  • A pencil-and-paper questionnaire was administered to 126 third-year students before and after the clerkship. (healio.com)
  • After the clinical clerkship, students became more compassionate and less frightened by psychiatric patients, were more willing to care for individuals with mental illness, and expressed less need to segregate them from the community. (healio.com)
  • The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a psychiatric clinical clerkship on the attitudes of third-year nursing students toward mental health and those with mental illness. (healio.com)
  • Students on clerkship may earn a final grade of Pass, Marginal Pass, or Fail. (stanford.edu)
  • Students who have questions or concerns about a performance evaluation in a clinical clerkship should contact the Clerkship Director or their Faculty Advisor to request a review. (stanford.edu)
  • Students who receive a marginal pass or failing grade are required to meet with the clerkship director to set timely requirements for achieving an unqualified passing grade. (stanford.edu)
  • Students cannot receive a Stanford MS in PA Studies degree with an uncorrected marginal pass or failure in a clerkship. (stanford.edu)
  • To determine if a Web-based, asynchronous learning module can provide an effective, uniform learning opportunity for osteopathic medical students enrolled in clinical clerkship. (jaoa.org)
  • Third-year osteopathic medical students enrolled in an 8-week core clinical clerkship in surgery were required to participate in a Web-based, asynchronous, interactive instructional module designed to provide opportunities for higher-order thinking through analysis, synthesis, and reflective learning. (jaoa.org)
  • At the completion of the clerkship, students completed a 10-item Likert-type survey of their experience to determine the most helpful attributes of the Web-based learning module. (jaoa.org)
  • Students found the content of the module relevant to the clerkship (mean score, 4.18) and valued facilitator feedback (4.00). (jaoa.org)
  • Although they did not prefer Web-based instruction of classroom lecture (2.66), students indicated that the Web-based module enhanced their overall learning experience in the clerkship (3.30). (jaoa.org)
  • Web-based technology in the clinical education of third-year osteopathic medical students appears to afford an acceptable teaching alternative when face-to-face instruction cannot be provided. (jaoa.org)
  • As a result, the institution distributes students to multiple communities to assure all students access to adequate clinical experience. (jaoa.org)
  • This clerkship introduces students to the discipline of internal medicine. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • Students perform self-assessments of their patient encounters and their oral case presentations, which are later debriefed with faculty, as are the clinical reasoning and differential diagnostic process. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • This study examined the stress, resilience, social support, and quality of life (QOL) of medical students during a clinical clerkship and identified the factors that affected their QOL. (kjme.kr)
  • The results of this study indicate that stress negatively affects the QOL of medical students during clinical clerkship, which can be mitigated by resilience. (kjme.kr)
  • The MD and MD/PhD programs offer students a wide variety of clinical clerkship opportunities, most of them in urban settings with diverse patient populations. (umn.edu)
  • In addition, the Medical School's Metropolitian Physician Associate Program (MetroPAP) offers third-year medical students clinical exposure to diverse urban populations. (umn.edu)
  • This is a very student-oriented medical school-it seems to care a great deal about the welfare of students, whether you're talking about clinical experiences, learning opportunities outside the medical school, financial aid, or diversity. (umn.edu)
  • Third Year Medical Students (MS3) begin their Clerkships learning about General Surgery through hands-on experience. (ohsu.edu)
  • Our summer Clinical Research Internship Program invites motivated university and medical students to apply for the opportunity to perform research related to an ongoing clinical research study overseen by our surgery faculty. (ohsu.edu)
  • To evaluate the improvement in clinical performance as a result of bedside teaching, students took the clinical performance examination (CPX) pre- and post-clerkship. (kjme.kr)
  • Students had higher self-assessments of competency on the CPX, and their satisfaction with the clerkship increased. (kjme.kr)
  • This study demonstrates that bedside teaching is effective in improving the clinical performance of medical students. (kjme.kr)
  • Tentative Date) Application deadline for NUR1 530 Clinical Internship proposals for Bachelor of Science (Nursing) students and eligible Bachelor of Nursing Integrated students. (mcgill.ca)
  • Tentative Date) Last day of lectures, Clinical Placement (including examinations) for U1 Bachelor of Science (Nursing) students. (mcgill.ca)
  • These brief patient scenarios and questions allow students to test their clinical reasoning in family medicine situations. (google.com)
  • Other students spent half of their clerkship at Jacobi and the other half either at Weiler or LIJMC. (yu.edu)
  • This study was conducted to investigate whether a clinical practice examination (CPX) preparation program improves students' CPX score in terms of case specificity. (kjfm.or.kr)
  • This week, the students of Meds 2015 begin the phase of medical education still referred to as the Clinical Clerkship. (queensu.ca)
  • The role of medical students within service delivery, largely in hospital settings, became consolidated into the discrete role that came to be known as the Clinical Clerkship. (queensu.ca)
  • At the same time, our students were developing an increasing need to use clerkship experiences to explore career options in an increasingly complex and competitive postgraduate training environment. (queensu.ca)
  • Now usually consisting of the final 2 years of medical school, it is intended to provide clinical exposures that vary not only in focus but also in setting, recognizing the reality that our students have a critical need to explore career options and to encounter patients in a variety of settings that will reflect their own career paths. (queensu.ca)
  • Final-year students before, and after, implementation of the clerkship were asked which of the clinical pictures most relevant to primary care they had seen. (springer.com)
  • Among the eight clinical pictures seen the least by students in the first cohort, we found a significant increase in the proportion of students seeing polymalgia rheumatica, frozen shoulder, epicondylitis and Dupuytren's contracture after the clerkship's implementation. (springer.com)
  • The undergraduate longitudinal clerkship in primary care broadened the spectrum of clinical pictures seen by medical students, to include more clinical pictures commonly seen in primary care. (springer.com)
  • In such clerkships, the majority of students have been found to be highly satisfied with their longitudinal placements [ 11 ], and students have done as well as, if not better than, their peers without such placements. (springer.com)
  • In order to assess capability of students as to whether they can apply it in a real situation, skills and attitudes as well as medical knowledge should be put on evaluation and in order to do this, Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) has been implemented to domestic medical board examination since 2010. (kpubs.org)
  • Thus, the department of Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology at the Korean medical school of Dongguk university has examined student's satisfaction level and pros and cons of a clinical clerkship which applied OSCE through the survey conducted right after students experience a clinical clerkship with OSCE. (kpubs.org)
  • In 2014, in the clinical clerkship coursework of Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology department, 83 seniors in the college of Korean medicine had participated in OSCE class, composing a group of 6-7 students. (kpubs.org)
  • Method We performed content analyses on Case Observation and Assessments (COAs) written by third-year medical students about ethical and professional issues encountered during their internal medicine and paediatrics clinical clerkships. (bmj.com)
  • Conclusions Students encountered a wide variety of ethical and professional issues that can be used to guide pre-clinical and clinical education. (bmj.com)
  • Comparison of our findings with results from similar studies suggests that the wording of an assignment (specifying "ethical" issues, "professional" issues, or both) may influence the kinds of issues students identify in their experience-based clinical narratives. (bmj.com)
  • Beginning in the second year of the graduate phase, MSTP students complete a series of three clinical continuity experiences. (umn.edu)
  • Students may elect to work with the same clinical mentor over multiple years or work with a different mentor each year. (umn.edu)
  • During the first clinical continuity experience, students will prepare and present a MSTP Grand Rounds presentation. (umn.edu)
  • During the second clinical continuity experience, students submit a 1 page concept proposal in the form of an NIH Specific Aims page outlining a set of experiments to address a disease-based hypothesis. (umn.edu)
  • and 2) learn to develop disease mechanism hypotheses help students: This hands-on clinical experience eases the transition from the graduate phase back to medical school. (umn.edu)
  • Practical and user-friendly, Orthopedic Surgery Clerkship is the ideal, on-the-spot resource for medical students and practitioners seeking fast facts on diagnosis and management. (worldcat.org)
  • Exchange views on teaching clinical neurology to medical students. (aan.com)
  • Students will develop a strong understanding of the clinical issues and professional role of a primary care physician. (musc.edu)
  • In addition, the clerkship will train students in the population health perspective by teaching them how to apply the principles of population health and continuous quality improvement in the provision of health care services. (musc.edu)
  • However, in developed countries, the changing nature of health care provision and disease profiles has led to a reassessment of the optimum clinical settings in which students should learn. (mja.com.au)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies: Introduction to the anatomy, physiology, pathology, and therapeutics of respiratory system diseases as well as elements of the physical examination and clinical interview relevant to pulmonary disease will be introduced to students. (mcgill.ca)
  • In addition to work on cerebrovascular disease, my research includes efforts to measure and improve clinical instruction of medical students in the ambulatory setting. (yale.edu)
  • Students will explore in-depth a specific topic of current clinical interest from the literature and review the clinical records of patients who either have a specific cardiac or vascular problem or who have undergone a specific surgical procedure. (iu.edu)
  • Students begin a clinical and technical skills course toward the end of the first semester, which continues through much of the second year. (pitt.edu)
  • The discussion about clinical cases helps students anticipate board questions, which currently are presented in a case-based format. (pitt.edu)
  • In May and June at the end of the second year, all MSTP students complete eight weeks of clinical clerkships with their medical school classmates prior to entering graduate training. (pitt.edu)
  • Clinical acumen engendered from this early clinical experience provides a solid foundation for the Longitudinal Clinical Clerkship of the graduate years, during which MSTP students choose a physician mentor to provide supervision in the clinical-care setting. (pitt.edu)
  • Mentors for this course have proven to be great role models and invaluable resources for our students, who return as third- year medical students possessing excellent diagnostic and clinical skills, honed during the one-on-one sessions of the Longitudinal Clinic. (pitt.edu)
  • Clinical Preceptors mentor and supervise senior medical students in their offices. (ualberta.ca)
  • Teaching year 1 to 4 medical students in regard to history taking, clinical decision-making and shared decision-making. (ualberta.ca)
  • This clinical experience will provide third year students with a solid foundation in the fundamentals of the evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and appropriate referral of patients with mental health disorders. (lecom.edu)
  • Most students will be in the outpatient setting, and provided opportunities to both observe and to participate directly in patient care under the supervision of the clerkship faculty psychiatrist. (lecom.edu)
  • Clinical education experiences are designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors needed for entry into the practice of physical therapy. (bellarmine.edu)
  • Students are assigned to clinical education experiences by the Director and Associate Director of Clinical Education based on mandatory course requirements, the individual learning needs of the students, student preferences, and site availability. (bellarmine.edu)
  • Students are responsible for all expenses of travel to clinical education sites, including the expense of temporary housing and all other expenses. (bellarmine.edu)
  • Students must be in good academic standing with permission from Program Director required for participation in full-time clinical education coursework. (bellarmine.edu)
  • If your clinical site has additional requirements, such as drug testing, a federal background check, etc., students will be responsible for completing prior to the beginning of the clinical experience. (bellarmine.edu)
  • To investigate whether the admission indices used by Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine are associated with the academic and clinical performance of their students. (jaoa.org)
  • Considerable research 1 - 5 has examined the value of quantitative prematriculation predictors of clinical and professional performance , such as undergraduate grade point averages (GPAs) and Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) scores for allopathic and osteopathic medical students, but less information is available regarding the value of the medical school admissions interview. (jaoa.org)
  • This preceptorship is offered to first and second year UC Davis medical students seeking exposure to clinical medicine. (ucdavis.edu)
  • Students spend two clinical shifts in the emergency department with an Emergency Medicine Faculty member. (ucdavis.edu)
  • Students will learn about different types of blood products and the indications for their use in various clinical settings. (jhu.edu)
  • is offered to medical students interested in enhancing their patient interviewing and clinical examination skills. (mun.ca)
  • Beaulieu co-directs a clerkship in radiology and nuclear medicine for students in the School of Medicine. (stanford.edu)
  • We chose to do it on the clinical end rather than basic science end because, as long as Step 1 is as important as it is, our students need to be fully prepared for it. (medpagetoday.com)
  • While actual registration is primarily through the HMS Registrar's office, prior contact with the MGH Pathology Department is advised to ensure the clerkship experience, if available, would be appropriate for the applicant. (massgeneral.org)
  • Graduates are eligible for American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Certification . (evms.edu)
  • The forensic pathology examines and documents wounds and injuries, both at autopsy and occasionally in a clinical setting. (wikipedia.org)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies: Introduction to anatomy, physiology, pathology, and therapeutics of cardiac and circulatory diseases and elements of the physical examination and clinical interview relevant to cardiac disease. (mcgill.ca)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies: Introduction to the anatomy, physiology, pathology, and therapeutics of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary diseases and metabolic disorders as well as elements of the physical examination and clinical interview relevant to these conditions. (mcgill.ca)
  • There will be an active correlation of the Clinical, Morphologic, and Histologic findings in the ward, Clinic, Surgical Pathology, Autopsy Pathology and Follow-up information. (jhu.edu)
  • Opportunities for learning are enhanced by the outstanding faculty and residents, the large and diverse clinical caseload, and the comprehensive facilities within the department and the OSU Veterinary Medical Center, including flow cytometry, laboratory animal pathology, imaging, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology shared core services ( http://vet.osu.edu/research/core-services ). (osu.edu)
  • The Director of Clerkship should also notify the student's Faculty Advisor, who will arrange a meeting with the student. (stanford.edu)
  • The UC College of Medicine is continuing its upward path in cutting-edge research to enhance discovery sciences and facilitate translation of these discoveries to improve health and clinical care while recruiting new faculty. (uc.edu)
  • Our clinical faculty provide great patient care through the Palmetto Health USC Medical Group. (sc.edu)
  • Affiliations with select institutions and facilities provide opportunities to spend anywhere from 4 to 12 months training at a remote location under a supervising doctor of chiropractic who, as an adjunct clinical faculty member, oversees student activities and mentors development. (nycc.edu)
  • As medical director of Business Development and Strategic Alliances at the School of Medicine, Dr. Leff represents faculty, clinical staff and researchers at Johns Hopkins and serves as a liaison with the business development team. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • Meetings may involve any number of activities, including clinical rounds, attendance at a clinical translation conference, or interactions with other faculty to meet a specific pedagogic goal. (umn.edu)
  • During the course of a clerkship, when the Director of Clerkship Education becomes aware that a student's performance may warrant a marginal pass or failing grade, they must notify the student promptly that, in the absence of improvement, a non-passing grade is being considered. (stanford.edu)
  • While each student's clinical site may differ, we take care to ensure that your educational experiences are equivalent regardless of site placement. (ohsu.edu)
  • The final clinical continuity experience ("Clinical Foundations for the Physician Scientist") is completed prior to the student's return to medical school and involves one-on-one meetings between the student and the MSTP clinical mentor in the clinic averaging one day per week for 9 weeks. (umn.edu)
  • As more focus is paid to the development of clinical and professional skills and assessment of the entrustability of medical school graduates, 6 - 8 determining a medical student's professionalism and "soft skills" (eg, communication, empathy) is linked to both residency performance and future professional standing. (jaoa.org)
  • During your Pediatrics Core clinical experience, you will learn the pediatric-specific elements of the history and physical exam and develop assessments and plans for infants, children, and adolescents. (ohsu.edu)
  • Ethical and legal issues playing a significant role in assessment and management of clinical problems are also considered within the humanities, ethics, and law in medicine (HELM) component. (mun.ca)
  • The student is required to complete 82 weeks of clinical training in Years 3 and 4. (une.edu)
  • The MD program at St. Martinus University consists of four 20-week semesters of basic sciences that are completed at the university's Curaçao campus, and 72 weeks of clinical clerkships that are completed at affiliated hospitals in the United States. (wikipedia.org)
  • The content of their discussions, as determined by message coding, identified the critical thinking needed to acquire abstract conceptualization of the problems presented in a typical surgery clerkship. (jaoa.org)
  • A symptom-based version of the critically-acclaimed Norton/Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence, Learning Surgery provides a ready reference to those in third and fourth year residencies. (springer.com)
  • Two sections include Introduction to Clinical Surgery in the Surgical Clerkship Setting and Management of Surgical Diseases During the Clerkship. (springer.com)
  • This experience includes the management of patients with cerebrovascular disease and the integration of endovascular and neurosurgical therapy into the clinical management of patients. (sc.edu)
  • We aimed to study the effects and share the experience of bedside teaching during a clerkship in pulmonary medicine. (kjme.kr)
  • In the fourth year, the student completes a total of 4 weeks of osteopathic manipulative medicine in order to gain in-depth experience by working with a practitioner who is well versed in these principles and utilizes them in the clinical care environment. (une.edu)
  • The first two clinical continuity experiences ("Clinical Continuity Experience for Physician Scientists 1 and 2) consist of one-on-one meetings between the student and the Clinical Continuity mentor averaging one day per month during the calendar year. (umn.edu)
  • Tentative Date) Summer 2019 registration deadline for NUR1 clinical courses. (mcgill.ca)
  • Tentative Date) Summer 2019 last day of lectures, Clinical Placement for U1 B.Sc. (mcgill.ca)
  • The core clerkship learning outcomes are aligned with the Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA's) as defined by the AAMC. (uc.edu)
  • She developed comprehensive policies framed within legal authority to enhance value-based care and improve patient outcomes and satisfaction in the setting of complex clinical and social scenarios. (cdc.gov)
  • One-year clinical outcomes following theta burst stimulation for post-traumatic stress disorder. (bioportfolio.com)
  • We previously reported active intermittent TBS (iTBS) was associated with superior clinical outcomes for up to 1-month, in a sample of fifty veterans with PTSD, using a crossover design. (bioportfolio.com)
  • Psychiatrists and psychotherapists alike are incorporating these positive tools into their practices with positive clinical outcomes. (springer.com)
  • During your immersive clerkship, you'll be provided training in the evaluation and treatment of neurological disorders utilizing a variety of inpatient and outpatient experiences, didactic sessions and procedures. (sc.edu)
  • Each has relationships with regionally affiliated, "spoke" sites in the community, where you'll be assigned on a rotational basis for additional, concentrated clinical experiences. (nycc.edu)
  • MSTP clinical mentors provide ongoing clinical experiences, teach clinical care skills, and expose the student to translational research questions that occur in the clinic. (umn.edu)
  • Through these experiences as well as research, publication, presentation, advanced cardiovascular life support (ACLS), and precepting opportunities, the resident will develop the skills necessary to become a successful and comprehensive Critical Care clinical pharmacy specialist. (mdanderson.org)
  • Part-time clinical experiences are integrated into the didactic school year under the Service Learning courses (PT 591, PT 592, PT 691, PT 692). (bellarmine.edu)
  • Third year clinical clerks in medicine were assigned for 10 weeks to MMC-NCB or to BIMC. (yu.edu)
  • During the clinical clerkship, the medical student will interact with real patients much as a physician does, but their evaluation and recommendations will be reviewed and approved by more senior physicians. (wikipedia.org)
  • At the end of the clerkship, the student will present to the department on a topic of his or her choice. (massgeneral.org)
  • Upon receiving a request for review, the Student Progress Committee will notify the clerkship team responsible for the performance evaluation and will gather data from the student and the clerkship team. (stanford.edu)
  • The student and clerkship team will be notified in writing of the final decision. (stanford.edu)
  • A student must complete their 3rd year clerkship in Internal Medicine prior to participating as an Acting Intern on the Medicine service. (uhhospitals.org)
  • The primary goal of the emergency medicine clerkship is to teach the student how to recognize and manage acute life threatening conditions. (ucdavis.edu)
  • To acquaint the medical student with the value and limitations of the clinical application of cytopathology, to include diagnosis, therapy, follow-up and research. (jhu.edu)
  • This clerkship is intended to provide practical clinical exposure in the diagnosis and management of the female patient with normal and pathologic obstetric and gynecologic processes. (une.edu)
  • Provides broad exposure to a variety of clinical and management settings in the Greater Philadelphia region. (temple.edu)
  • At Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group Neurology, we conduct clinical trials to look for new ways to treat a particular condition. (sc.edu)
  • Clinical trials are carefully controlled and follow specific protocols. (sc.edu)
  • Currently, we are conducting inpatient and outpatient stroke clinical trials, movement disorder clinical trials and multiple clinical trials involving various other neurological disorders. (sc.edu)
  • See how Mayo Clinic research and clinical trials advance the science of medicine and improve patient care. (mayoclinic.org)
  • As part of our mission to eliminate cancer, MD Anderson researchers conduct hundreds of clinical trials to test new treatments for both common and rare cancers. (mdanderson.org)
  • With colleagues in our section and in the Department of Neurology, this research has included clinical trials of new therapies for prevention of recurrent stroke (estrogen, thiazolidinediones), cohort studies of prognosis, case-control studies of risk factors, and cross-sectional examinations of quality of care. (yale.edu)
  • Non-passing grades in clerkships, including N or "continuing" grades for failed must be corrected within one year of completing the clerkship. (stanford.edu)
  • Significant small correlations were found between board certification and IM clerkship points (r = 0.117), IM clerkship grade (r = 0.108), clerkship year GPA (r = 0.078), undergraduate college science GPA (r = 0.072), preclerkship GPA and medical school GPA (r = 0.068 for both), USMLE Step 1 (r = 0.066), undergraduate college total GPA (r = 0.062), and age at matriculation (r = -0.061). (nih.gov)
  • The Integrated Case Studies course-which emphasizes data acquisition, problem solving, and communication skills-precedes the exam and is taught exclusively in a small group setting to foster discussion about clinical cases. (pitt.edu)
  • Focken RL and Petry N . Development of a Pharmacotherapy Capstone Course to Further Develop Problem Solving and Clinical Reasoning Skills. (ndsu.edu)
  • is a continuation of Clinical Skills I. (mun.ca)
  • Our effort is directed toward combining current trends in medicine training with a strong background in clinical skills, while tailoring the training to the needs and interests of each resident. (sgu.edu)
  • Your clerkship will give you the chance to recognize and treat neurological emergencies, including the possibility of active participation in such conditions as brain attack (stroke), meningoencephalitis and status epilepticus. (sc.edu)
  • As class size at the University of North Texas Health Science Center-Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNTHSC/TCOM) in Fort Worth has increased, the college has faced a shortage of clinical teaching facilities available in convenient proximity to its campus. (jaoa.org)
  • The AECOM Department of Medicine had few responsibilities at these affiliated institutions, other than to oversee the clinical clerkships. (yu.edu)
  • This revolution is leading us to a new era in learning, science and clinical medicine that has unimaginable promise for improving health. (prezi.com)
  • An award-winning teacher and mentor, Dr. Leff is involved in directing the basic Medicine Clerkship in the School of Medicine. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • The University of Minnesota MSTP has developed a specific program that integrates research discovery and clinical medicine during the graduate phase. (umn.edu)
  • The 6 weeks of inpatient Internal Medicine plus a week of night float and a week of ambulatory Internal Medicine are part of a 12-week core clerkship shared with family medicine and geriatrics. (uhhospitals.org)
  • The course also incorporates the relevant aspects of preventive medicine, clinical genetics, clinical epidemiology and occupational medicine. (mun.ca)
  • With 28 affiliations in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., EVMS has one of the largest collections of clerkships for a program of its kind in the country. (evms.edu)
  • Clinical Clerkships and New Affiliations Beginning in 1987, AECOM took on new affiliations. (yu.edu)
  • During your 5th trimester, you will apply for assignment to one of New York Chiropractic College's four main health center locations, where you will begin your outpatient clinical training in your 8th trimester. (nycc.edu)
  • They also completed a questionnaire about their perception of self-competence with regard to clinical performance. (kjme.kr)
  • The residency is heavily weighted in direct patient care and designed to facilitate development of clinical expertise and competence in critical care pharmacotherapeutics. (mdanderson.org)
  • Communicate patient information to the clinical team in oral form. (uc.edu)
  • These different clinical settings promote volume and variety of patient care. (nycc.edu)
  • MCOM clinical clerkships in Tampa emphasize integrative process of patient care from a patient perspective, vs. the traditional departmental-based approach. (usf.edu)
  • The residency program's emphasis in physician training is to develop physician graduates who are well trained clinicians in all major clinical disciplines, as well as in the psychological and preventative aspects of patient care. (sgu.edu)
  • We hypothesized that board certification would be most likely to be associated with clinical measures of performance during medical school, and with scores on standardized tests, whether before or during medical school. (nih.gov)