The Period 3 Internal Medicine Clerkship occurs in consecutive rotations. This clerkship has two components, ambulatory and hospital-based, and is designed to provide medical students with a foundation of knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to approach and care for adult patients in outpatient and hospital settings. Students' primary work is done under direct supervision of internalmedicine preceptors from the community, the public health system, and the academic setting. The Internal Medicine Clerkship emphasizes basic assessment and management of core common problems in internal medicine, including identifying patient problems, establishing a differential diagnosis, andplanning an appropriate evaluation and treatment in preparation for an increased independence in management and therapeutics during Period 4. Prerequisite: Enrolled in the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. Add Consent: Department Consent Required. Drop Consent: Department Consent Required.
Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017