Acting Internship Program

EM Acting Internship EM401

The Acting Internship in Emergency Medicine at ECU Emergency Medicine is a four-week elective available to qualified fourth-year medical students from LCME or AOA approved schools.

Students will spend 13-15 twelve-hour shifts in the Emergency Department at PCMH. This will include days, overnights and weekends. Students have responsibility for direct patient care with supervision by Emergency Medicine Faculty and Residents. Students also spend two shifts with local EMS crews learning pre-hospital care. Reading materials as well as 8 hours per week of didactic learning are provided.

Available dates are listed below:

Medical student Richard Graham examines patient

EM Acting Internship EM401

The Acting Internship in Emergency Medicine at ECU Emergency Medicine is a four-week elective available to qualified fourth-year medical students from LCME or AOA approved schools.

Students will spend 13-15 twelve-hour shifts in the Emergency Department at PCMH. This will include days, overnights and weekends. Students have responsibility for direct patient care with supervision by Emergency Medicine Faculty and Residents. Students also spend two shifts with local EMS crews learning pre-hospital care. Reading materials as well as 8 hours per week of didactic learning are provided.

Available dates are listed below:

2011-2012

Block #2: Aug 1 - Aug 28 2011
Block #3: Aug 29 - Sept 25 2011
Block #4: Sept 26 - Oct 23 2011
Block #5: Oct 24 - Nov 20 2011
Block #6: Nov 21 - Dec 16 2011
Block #7: Jan 9 - Feb 5 2012
Block #8: Feb 6 - Mar 4 2012
Block #10: Apr 2 - Apr 29 2012

Rotations not conforming to the above dates are considered on an individual basis, although no rotation is offered in July.

This rotation is limited to six students per month as space allows. Some housing is available on a limited basis. For housing information contact the Office of Student Affairs at 252-744-2278.

For Visiting Student Information and application, please click here.

For more information contact:
Luan Lawson, MD, FACEP
Director of Undergraduate Education
Department of Emergency Medicine
Mailstop 625
Brody School of Medicine
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: 252-744-1418
E-mail: lawsonjohnsonl@ecu.edu

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