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Block/Site Scheduling

The 3rd year clerkship schedules are arranged through the Office of Student Affairs using E*Value. Each clinical department's clerkship coordinator does site scheduling within each specific clerkship.

M2 students are given scheduling options for their M3 Schedules at the M3 Scheduling Meeting in the spring semester.

FORMS:
Scheduling Worksheet 2016-17
Worksheet Example 1
Worksheet Example 2



 
Orientation/Transition to 3rd Year

For the Class of 2018, all training will take place from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. the week of June 27-July 1, 2016

M3 Transition/Orientation Schedule CO 2018 - will be posted in June, 2016

Reporting Information for Day One of each Clerkship 

 
Clinical Core Clerkships
Third Year Consist of
  • Family Medicine - 8 weeks
  • Internal Medicine - 8 weeks
  • Obstetrics-Gynecology - 6 weeks
  • Pediatrics - 8 weeks
  • Psychiatric Medicine - 6 weeks
  • Surgery - 8 weeks
  • Radiology - year long online course
  • M3 Elective (EDMD9315 - after Psychiatry) - 2 weeks
  • M3 Elective (EDMD9320 - after OB/GYN) - 2 weeks

 
Clerkship Directors
  • Family Medicine - Susan Keen, MD
  • Internal Medicine - MJ Barchman, MD
  • OB/GYN - Jill Sutton, MD
  • Pediatrics - David Eldridge, MD and Coral Steffey, MD
  • Psychiatry - Pheston Shelton, MD
  • Surgery - Carl Haisch, MD and Shannon Longshore, MD
  • Radiology - Leigh Patterson, MD
  • M3 Electives - Robert Carroll, PhD

 
Clerkship Coordinators

 
M3 Electives

Brody School of Medicine students are given time in the M3 year for two 2-week clinical electives.These electives are intended to be opportunities to engage in career exploration. The electives follow the OB/GYN and Psychiatry clerkships.These are mandatory experiences, and students have the option of pursuing electives within whatever disciplines they choose. It is expected that students will most often choose electives in a clinical discipline; but an elective in a basic science discipline would also be allowed if related to career exploration.  If a student has already firmly selected a career choice, they could elect to pursue some aspect of that discipline in depth. Or, they could elect to spend time in a more "systems" oriented experience designed to enhance their understanding of health economics, health care systems, evidence-based medicine, public health, preventive medicine or similar topics. Clinical research could also serve as the basis of an elective, but needs to be part of a broader context of research (see Dr. Carroll if this is your plan). A 1 page proposal signed by the research mentor will also be required.

The implementation of these electives requires careful advanced planning.  The bullet points below summarize various student responsibilities:

  • Identifying a potential site and primary preceptor
  • Formulating educational objectives for the experience
  • Completing all required paperwork, including signatures of faculty-Research electives require an additional 1 page proposal signed by the preceptor.
  • Completion of an official evaluation form by a preceptor regarding student performance

It is the student's responsibility to make sure that the elective paperwork is submitted to Student Affairs in a timely fashion (2 months in advance).  Failure to submit the paperwork on time will result in a comment on timeliness/professionalism being added to the M3 Elective evaluation.

Students will not be allowed to do international rotations to fulfill the M3 elective requirements.

The electives will receive pass/fail grades in the official student transcript.
 
                              Clerkship        Elective Month        Application due
          
                   1                   August                     June
                             2                   October                    August
                             3                   December                 October
                             4                   February                   December 
                             5                   April                         February
                             6                   June                         April




 
M3 Elective Applications
M3  Elective Application Form - after OB/GYN and Psychiatric Medicine


 
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M3 Elective Ideas

Students may find new preceptors/sites of their own choosing.
Students may review the M4 Catalog (found on the M4 Curriculum page) to find possible preceptors/courses. The catalog is also helpful with ideas for completing the elective application.
Students may also review the lists below for sites that previous students have used.


Past Sites for 2007-2010
Past Sites for 2010-2011
Past Sites for 2011-2012
Past Sites for 2012-2013
Past Sites for 2013-2014
Past Sites for 2014-2015