Students will spend the majority of Year 3 in a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC). Students will spend one-half day per week with a mentor in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Surgery over the course of one year. Students will also spend time in the Emergency Department where students will be the first provider to see, diagnose and propose treatment plans for patients.
In addition, students will be assigned their own patient panel of approximately 75 patients. Students will follow these patients to health care settings such as the operating room, labor and delivery floor and primary care office visits.
Students will also spend time participating in:
- Weekly didactic and small group sessions covering core topics in Medicine
- Weekly didactic and small group sessions covering core topics in Population Health
- Continued work on thesis research in an area such as population science, medical education, behavioral science, social science or the humanities