LONGITUDINAL COURSE IN CLINICAL MEDICINE (LCCM): #ME725M.J
Spring Semester: January 12, 2016-March 4, 2016
This eight week course is designed to help students maintain their clinical skills while away from clinical medicine, and/or to refresh clinical skills after a hiatus following their introduction to clinical medicine courses or clinical clerkships. This course may be particularly useful for those students (M.D.-Ph.D. students among others) who are beginning their transition back to full-time clinical clerkships following a protracted period of non-clinical pursuits. This course is not intended for students who have taken off for a year or less.
Course Location: TBA
There are three aspects to this course:
1. A weekly plenary session (Tuesdays, 4:00-6:00 p.m.) begins with a re-introduction to the clinical history and physical exam, and is followed in subsequent weeks by interactive case discussions presenting common clinical problems (e.g., fever, chest pain, abdominal pain).
2. Three times during the eight week period, each student will participate in Attending Rounds with a specific General Medical Service Team at BWH or MGH. These daily rounds expose the student to inpatient clinical management.
3. Seven times during the eight week period at either BWH or MGH, students will be assigned a patient to “work up” while observed by a clinical preceptor, who will give feedback on the examination.
Based on active participation in all 3 portions of the course.
Course Directors and Primary Contacts
Sign Up Instructions
1. Please e-mail the MD-PhD Program office at email@example.com if you are interested in taking this course.
2. Please notify the HMS registrar to receive 1 credit for the course.