This clerkship consists of 13 eight-hour shifts, two to three night shifts and four to five weekend shifts. Students are expected to arrive on time and participate in sign-out. They may see any patient and will function as a sub-intern, presenting to the attending or senior EM resident, making all necessary calls and performing all necessary procedures. Absences must be excused and are at the discretion of Dr. Kontrick.
Goals & Objectives
Detailed Goals and Objectives
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Grading & Evaluation
You’ll have one evaluation per shift, completed by an attending or senior resident. You are also required to have two nursing evaluations completed.
A computer-based National Board of Medical Educators shelf exam will be given on the last Friday of the clerkship. You need to score 60% or higher in order to pass the exam, and must pass the exam in order to pass the clerkship.
Tools & Readings
The conferences and group simulation session you will attend all have required readings. They will be provided to you at a later time.
Dr. Amy Kontrick
Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director