CLASS OF 2019
M4 ORIENTATION SCHEDULE 4/9/18 Revised 3.23.18
ALL ORIENTATION ITEMS BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED BY: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11TH AT 8:00 a.m.
ANNUAL ATTESTATIONSBSOM Forms - complete in OrgSync
FIT TEST (submit to Student Affairs)Fit Test Form
HIPAA and Compliance Training/QuizzesThere are 2 modules containing slides that are followed by a quiz. 80% is required to pass. You may retest until you pass. Log into Blackboard (MOZILLA FIREFOX IS RECOMMENDED) to look for two modules: HIPAA Privacy and Basic Security Compliance and Integrity
UPDATING BANNERPirate Port - update your Greenville address and emergency contact information
CAMPUS SAFETY - FYI onlyCampus Safety Videos
Class of 2020 - info to be posted in Fall 2018 M4 Scheduling MeetingOptimizer opensOptimizer closesSchedules released to students with instructions for Drop/Add appointmentsDrop/Add appointments in Student Affairs
Class of 2019Course Listings by REQUIREMENTCourse Listings by DEPARTMENTCourse Recommendations by SPECIALTYCurriculum/Course Descriptions (OME WEBPAGE)CALENDAR (OME WEBPAGE)
SCHEDULING DOCUMENTS: WORKSHEET WORKSHEET EXAMPLE SPECIAL PERMISSION
CO 2019 COURSE AVAILABILITY/CONTACTS/REPORTING INFORMATION:ANATOMY
DISTINCTION TRACKS - Contact advisor for block recommendations
NEUROLOGY AND PHYSICAL MEDICAL AND REHABILITATION
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
Class of 2018
COURSES BY REQUIREMENTELECTIVE RECOMMENDATIONS BY SPECIALTYM4 CURRICULUM PAGE on the Office of Medical Education website contains the course descriptions and M4 Calendar
BRODY COURSE AVAILABILITY BY SPECIALTY:ANATOMYClinical Gross Human Anatomy
CARDIOVASCULARICU: Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU)Cardiothoracic Surgery Cardiovascular Surgery ICU ElectivePediatric CardiologyAI: Cardiology InpatientPC: Primary Care Medicine & Cardiology in Nicaragua
EDUCATIONLeadership in Hospital AdministrationIntroduction to Research on Underrepresented Minorities in Medicine
EMERGENCY MEDICINEEmergency Ultrasound Emergency Medicine CLERKSHIPDirector: Richard Garri, MDAssistant Director: Kimberly Alford MDCoordinator: Palmer Watson
FAMILY MEDICINEAI: Inpatient Family MedicinePC: Advanced Family Medicine at FMCAI: GeriatricsNutrition & Patient EducationExtremes of AgePC/IDE: Community Family Medicine-AmbulatoryPC: Community Oriented Primary Care - GCSC & GrimeslandPC: Sports MedicineHealthcare Leadership & PolicyPC: International Cultural Immersion Experience (Zambia)Hospice and Palliative Care
INTERNAL MEDICINEAdult Infectious DiseasesNephrologyDermatologyClinical Research - Pulmonary DiseaseEndocrinology and MetabolismAI: Hematology/Oncology InpatientAI: General Internal MedicineAI: Inpatient NeurologyPC/IDE: Community General Internal Medicine-AmbulatoryAI: Inpatient NephrologyPulmonary Disease (Outpatient)PC: General Internal Medicine-VA (Greenville)PC: General Internal Medicine-VA (Morehead City)ICU: Medicine Intensive Care Unit (MICU)
INTERNAL MEDICINE/PEDIATRICSPC: General Outpatient Internal Med/PedsAI: Internal Med/Peds (Duplin)AI: Internal Med/Peds (Edgecomb)
INTERNAL MEDICINE/PSYCHIATRYPC: Internal Med/Psychiatry
MEDICAL HUMANITIESLiterature and MedicineHealth Care Delivery & PolicyPhilosophy & MedicineWomen in MedicineIssues at the End of LifeSpirituality & MedicineLeadership of Teams/Medical PracticeDoctors and Lawyers
OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGYAI: GynecologyPC: Community Obstetrics & Gynecology (Pitt County Health Department)PC/IDE: Community Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ambulatory)PC: Women's HealthAI: Perinatal MedicineWomen's Health Education/Practice
PATHOLOGYAI: Surgical PathologyAI: Subspecialty PathologyForensic PathologyExperimental Pathology
PEDIATRICSAI: Inpatient Pediatric WardsAI: Ambulatory PedsICU: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)PC: Adolescent MedicinePediatric NeurologyAI: Hematology/OncologyPediatric Infectious DiseasesPC: Caring for Children with Special NeedsPediatric NephrologyICU: Pediatric Critical Care Unit (PICU)PC/IDE: Community Pediatrics-AmbulatoryClinical Genetics-Current IssuesAI: Normal Newborn Medicine
PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATIONAmbulatory Physical Medicine and RehabClinical Neuroscience & Intro to PM&R CLERKSHIPDirector: John Norbury, MDCoordinator: Debra MercerIntroduction to Clinical NeuroscienceAI: Pediatric Rehabilitation
PSYCHIATRYChild and Adolescent PsychiatryAI: Inpatient PsychiatryAI: Child and Adolescent PsychiatryOutpatient PsychiatryEclectic PsychiatryConsultation-Liaison Psychiatry
SURGERYUrologyOtorhinolaryngology (ENT)AI: Surgical OncologyICU: Surgical Critical Care Unit (SICU)AI: Trauma SurgeryPlastic & Reconstruction SurgeryAI: Plastic SurgeryAI: Pediatric Surgery
At the conclusion of each course, the student's performance will be evaluated using "H", "A", "B", "C", "F", "P" or "F" depending on the course requirement. Any grade of
"IP" will convert to a letter grade once the coursework is completed. If the coursework is not completed by the end of the following term, it will convert to an "F". For grade discrepancies see "Grade Appeal Process".
Grades will be requested through E*Value. Students on away-rotations should submit an appropriate evaluator's name and email address to the Office of Student Affairs while at that location. A paper version of the evaluation is located in the "Forms" section of this webpage as an alternative for non-BSOM preceptors who would prefer not to use E*Value.
Students are covered under Professional Medical Liability for rotations completed in the US. It does NOT cover students on International rotations.
A Drop/Add procedure was developed at the request of the BSOM Course Directors to provide a mechanism to monitor and control roster changes. Course Directors may refuse (although this is rare) to approve the change if they believe it is
not in the student's best interest, is detrimental to the quality of the
overall educational program, or deemed to be unprofessional in light of student obligations and responsibilities.
Email notification, rather than a Drop/Add form, is required for changes to self-arranged away rotations (other universities, IDE's, community electives)
If circumstances prevent a student from completing a scheduled rotation, he/she will be required to make up the missed time or receive an unsatisfactory grade for the rotation.
Note: The number of FLEX weeks available for scheduling will be reduced by the number of weeks required to remediate or make up third year course work.ABSENCES
To complete the AAMC immunization form for VSAS, complete the identifying information on page one and send it to Student Health Services (SHS) at email@example.com. SHS will complete the form and notify you of any missing immunizations or titers that are needed and help you with an appointment. They will scan the final, signed copy to you.Contact the Brody registrar to have your transcript uploaded to VSAS.Student Affairs (OSA) will send you your senior photo in late February for you to load to VSAS. OSA will upload any Letters of Recommendation (LoR) that are received for VSAS.Drug Screens, Immunizations and Criminal Background Checks
LCME ACCREDITED Medical Schools and Residency programs (----9475)
("----" signifies the specialty prefix from the catalog-Family Med is FMLY, etc.)
* No credit will be allowed for rotations taken without the approval and documentation indicated above.
INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED ELECTIVE (IDE)
If there is an educational experience/rotation, not offered as a course by BSOM, another medical school, residency program or the military, the student may choose to design his/her own rotation (i.e. education, research, primary care, specialty, or international elective).
The student will be required to do the following:
The IDE form will be reviewed by the Office of Medical Education to determine if it is an acceptable senior experience that will meet graduation requirements. No credit will be allowed for an IDE taken without the approval and documentation indicated above. IDE Categories: