This rotation is not accepting international students
Course Description: During the Infectious Disease elective, students will experience a high level of activity involving consultations throughout the Medical Center. Patients are seen who have a variety of acute problems requiring both diagnostic and therapeutic advice from the Infectious Diseases Section. The Infectious Diseases Section has one subspecialty fellow and rotating residents assigned. Teaching of medical students is performed by the attending faculty and the subspecialty fellows clinical pharmacists, infection control nurses and microbiology laboratory personnel. The students will also participate in the infectious disease clinic where they will be part of an interdisciplinary team providing outpatient care to patients with HIV.
Prerequisites: UC Irvine students must have successfully completed the core clerkship in internal medicine. Extramural students must be in the final year of undergraduate medical education.
Periods Available: Throughout the year
Duration: 4 weeks
Number of Students: 2
Restrictions: This rotation is not accepting international students
Course Objectives: At the end of this rotation the student will be:
Attitudes & Commitments:
Educational Activities: Consult rounds, weekly ID Grand Rounds, weekly fellow conferences, Medicine department didaction
What Students Should do to Prepare for the Rotation: Not stated
Clinical Responsibilities of the Student: participate in the infectious disease clinic and inpatient consult service
Patient Care Responsibilities: Not stated
Call Schedule of the Student: None
Procedures to be Learned by the Student: Not stated
Percentage of Time Student will Participate in Ambulatory Setting: 20%
Conference/Lecture/Small Group Sessions: Not stated
Course Hours Weekly Summary: Not stated
Content Theme Integration: Not stated
Official Grading Policy: The student will receive a grade of Honors, Pass or Fail. The student's final grade will be submitted on the standard UC Irvine elective form. The student will be evaluated by attendings and residents in the areas attendance, knowledge base, clinical skills, motivation, professionalism and interpersonal skills. The student will receive feedback from on an on-going basis. If the student fails the elective a grade of "F" will be permanently recorded on his/her transcript. The student can repeat the course for a second grade, however, the "F" will not be removed from the transcript.
Department: Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
Site: Long Beach VA Healthcare System
Elective Director: Robert Kaplan, M.D., Department of Medicine, II/III, Room 219, LBVAMC, 5901 E. 7th Street, Long Beach, CA 92880
Scheduling Coordinator: UC Irvine students please email email@example.com or call (714) 456-5176 to make a scheduling appointment. Please read the following information carefully. We are one of 10 pilot schools for a new scheduling program called VSAS. Therefore, any student enrolled at a U.S. LCME medical school will use VSAS to apply. To apply please refer to this website http://www.aamc.org/programs/vsas/
Site Coordinator: Teri Wheeler, Department of Medicine, LBVAMC, 5901 E. 7th Street, 9087211/111 room 219, Long Beach, CA (562) 826-8000 ext. 3832 firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructing Faculty: Robert A. Kaplan, M.D, Gary Segal, M.D, Stephen Berman, M.D., Rodney Wishnow, M.D., David Webb, M.D.
Course Website: None
Location to Report on First Day: Contact Teri Wheeler, Department of Medicine, LBVAMC, 11/111 room 219(562) 826-8000 ext. 3832 email@example.com
Time to Report on First Day: Contact Teri Wheeler, Department of Medicine, LBVAMC, 11/111 room 219(562) 826-8000 ext. 3832 firstname.lastname@example.org
Who to Report to First Day: Contact Teri Wheeler, Department of Medicine, LBVAMC, 11/111 room 219(562) 826-8000 ext. 3832 email@example.com