The Colleges - Medical Student Resources

Report
Class of 2015 Meeting
Career Development Program:
Introduction to the 4th Year Colleges
January 6, 2014
Happy New Year !!
The Colleges
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
The Colleges
The colleges are designed to strengthen
career advising, improve the quality and
selection of electives, provide a means
of honing clinical skills, and stimulate
discussion on the integration of the
basic, social, and clinical sciences
relevant to the future practice of medicine.
College activities include an introductory
course focused on advanced clinical skills and
decision making, a monthly series of evening
seminars, a scholarly project, and regular
advisory meetings.
Career Development Team
• College Chairs and Vice Chairs
• One of the college chairs or vice chairs will serve as your advisor.
• College Mentors
• In addition to your college chair advisor, you will be matched with a faculty
mentor in your specialty choice.
• Student Affairs Office
• Assistant Dean of Career Development & Well-Being– Dr. Margaret Stuber
• Director of Student Affairs– Dr. Meredith Szumski
• Colleges Coordinator– Aurora Reyes
• Residency Application Counselor– Jason Bergschneider
• Sr. Associate Dean – Dr Neil Parker
• Interim Dean – Dr Calmes
Residency Advising & Career
Selection
Career Development Team
• Career & specialty choice planning
• 4th year schedule and electives
• Residency application and interviews
• Special electives or away electives
• Scholarship Day poster or presentation
• General advice and guidance
Timing - Fourth Year
Important Dates and Deadlines
• Finish Year 3
• College Foundations
(July 7-11, 2014)
• USMLE Step 2 CK/CS
(August Recommended)
• Interviews
• Ranklist
(October 2014-January 2015)
(Mid-February 2015)
• Scholarship Day
• Match Day
( March 19, 2015)
(March 20, 2015)
• Hippocratic Oath Ceremony (June 5, 2015)
Student Affairs Office
Colleges/4th Year Support
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Dr. Neil Parker—Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs
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Dr. Margaret Stuber– Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Wellbeing and Career Advising
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Aurora Reyes– Career Development Coordinator- Colleges
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Dr. Meredith Szumski– Director, Student Affairs
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Jason Bergschneider– Residency Application Counselor
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Gezelle Miller– Years 3 & 4 Counselor
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Monica Perkins– Electives Coordinator & Grad Checks
Overview of Requirements
• Individual Mentoring
• Career and Residency Advising
• College Foundations (July 7-11, 2014)
• Review and Counseling on CPX
• ICU Elective
• Dinner Seminar Series
• Senior Scholarship Day
*Individual Colleges have additional requirements
Typical Careers
Academic Medicine College
Acute Care College
Academic Focus
• Anesthesiology
• Emergency Medicine
• Adult Critical Care
• Pediatric Critical Care
•Neurology
Subspecialties in :
•Medicine
•Pediatrics
•Pathology
•Other specialties
Primary Care College
Applied Anatomy College
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Family Medicine
Geriatrics
Internal Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Pediatrics
PM&R
Psychiatry
General Surgery
Surgical Specialties
Pathology
Radiology
Other Specialties
College Selection
All students must submit their
College selection by
Friday, February 28
Drew Students
Urban Underserved College
Please proceed to 13-105 CHS
Overview of the College
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Academic Medicine College
Chair
Gary Schiller, MD
Vice Chair
Gary Satou, MD
AMC Mission
To develop individualized educational
pathways for students who are/have:
• Considering an academic career involving teaching
and research
• Attracted to subspecialty careers in which research
will play a part
• Enjoyed and want to continue their STTP summer
research project
• Remain actively engaged in research
AMC Mission (Cont’d)
To develop:
• Skills in asking questions and reasoning
• Skills in clinical, translational or basic
investigation
• Interpretive skills & understanding the
literature
• Teaching skills
• Intellectual collaboration with a mentor
Typical Careers
• All subspecialties of Medicine, Pediatrics,
Pathology, and Neurology.
• Academic focus on clinical, translational or
basic research
• Clinical practice in a Medical, Pediatric or
Surgical subspecialty
AMC College Requirements
• Meet with mentor & discuss career planning
• Full-day attendance & participation for all
scheduled events during Foundations Week
• Attend at least 6 dinner seminars
• One Subspecialty elective in Medicine, Pediatrics
or Surgery
• Participate in Scholarship Day
AMC Foundations Week
• History of Biomedical Science
• Skills in Developing a Smooth Physical Exam
• Promoting Clinical Reasoning
• Epidemiology and Biostatistics
• Medical Ethics
• Ventilator Management
• EKG Interpretation
• Health Services Research
• Simulator Sessions
AMC Dinner Seminars
• The Dollars & Sense of Academic Medicine
• Utilizing Medical Resources from a Systems Perspective & Keeping
the Patient as the Center of the Medical Mission
• Simulator Session
• Skills for the House Officer
• How to Run a Clinical Practice
• Mock Interviews
• Residency: What are Programs Looking For?
• Making a Career in Basic & Translational Research
• Deciding What You Really Want in Life & Career
• Medicine & the Pharmaceutical Industry
Overview of the College
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Acute Care College
Co-Chairs
Ed Ha, MD
Jason Napolitano, MD
ACC Mission
• Provide Mentorship
• Foster Time-Based Decision Making
• Broaden Clinical Correlation of Physiology,
Anatomy & Pharmacology to Acute Care
• Probe Ethical & Psychosocial Aspects of Crisis
Management
Typical Careers
Academic or Clinical
• Anesthesiology
• Emergency Medicine
• Adult Critical Care
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Cardiology, Pulmonary Medicine
• Pediatric Critical Care
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Cardiology, PICU, Neonatology
• Hospitalist
ACC Requirements
• Emergency Medicine
• 3-week sub-internship
• Clinical Correlation of Physiology, Anatomy
& Pharmacology
• 3-week consultation service
• Attend Dinner Seminar Series
ACC Foundations Week
• Emphasis :
• Global patient assessment (sick or not sick, is this a medical/surgical
emergency)
• Rapid interpretation of clinical data (EKGs, X-rays, telemetry, bedside
ultrasound)
• Bedside procedures
• Choosing treatments (medications, fluids, ventilator settings) for
critically ill patients
ACC Foundations Week
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Airway/Rapid Sequence Intubation
ACLS
Vascular Access
Chest Radiology
FAST Scan
EKG
Emergency Procedures
Pain Management
Approach to Trauma
Pre-Hospital Care
How to Shine on Sub-I’s
ACC Dinner Seminar Series
• 4th year schedule advising for the class of 2015: TBD
• The Scholarly Project
• Mock Interviews
• Risk Management
• Health Care Reform
• Match List Meeting
• Trouble-Shooting Lab
Overview of the College
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Applied Anatomy College
Co-Chairs
Lynn Gordon, MD, PhD
Christian de Virgilio, MD
Vice-Chairs
Kathy Brown, MD
Jonathan Hiatt, MD
AAC Mission
To develop the knowledge and skills to
support a career choice in those specialties
in which expertise in anatomy is critical.
• Typical careers represented by this college are
surgery and the surgical subspecialties.
• The unifying theme is anatomical implications in
medical practice.
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Surgery and specialties
Ophthalmology
Pathology
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Radiology
Radiation oncology
Ob/GYN
Dermatology
AAC Requirements
• At least three weeks of Radiology
o Any level
o Established courses preferred
• Dinner Seminar Series
AAC Foundations
• Didactic knowledge and skills for 4th year
• Seminars
• Skills sessions
• Anatomy dissection
AAC Foundations
• Surgical Anatomy & Suturing Lab Using Rat Model
• Ventilator Management
• Pathology Lab
• C-Line, A-Line, Chest Tube & Foley
• Intubation
• Radiology
• On-Call Emergencies
• Advanced Suturing
• Knot Tying
• Casting & Splinting
AAC Seminars
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How to Shine on Sub-I’s
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Do’s & Don’ts of Residency Application Process
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Mock interviews
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Global health
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Ranking strategies
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Tools for Decreasing Stress
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Risk Management
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Financial Management
Overview of the College
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Primary Care College
Chair
Allison Diamant, MD, MSHS
Vice-Chairs
Arthur Gomez, MD
Alice Kuo, MD, PhD
Dan Lee, MD
Mission
To train students to continue to attain the
knowledge, skills and attitudes to become excellent
generalists who are committed to upholding the
highest ethical and professional standards of
medicine including an emphasis on patient
centered care; wellness and preventive care; the
provision of timely and high quality medical care;
delivering cost-effective health care; promoting
health education; delivery of innovative healthcare;
and striving for high levels of patient satisfaction.
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Typical Careers
Family Medicine
Geriatrics
Internal Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
PCC College Requirements
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Foundations Week
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Community Service
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Scholarly Project
Workshops
Didactics
Simulator sessions
CPX reviews
Dinner Seminars
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Goals of Foundations Week
• To enhance understanding of clinical topics
learned during the first 3 years of medical
school
• Excel on sub-internships
• Gain a broader understanding of clinical
medicine
• Provide an opportunity to gain skills performing
common medical procedures
Overview of Foundations Week
• Diagnostic Imaging
• In-House Emergencies
• Geriatric / Pediatric Emergencies
• Ventilator Management
• EKG Interpretation
• Pain Management
• Practical Dermatology
• Common Procedures
• Simulator Sessions
• Success in the 4th Year – Resident Panel
• CPX Review
PCC Dinner Seminar Topics
• 4th Year Schedule Advising Meeting for class of 2015:
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Career & Residency Advising
Residency Interviewing & Practice Interviews
Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry
Complementary Medicine & Nutrition
Geriatrics
International Health
Pediatrics
Public Health & Care for Underserved Populations
Sports Medicine
Women’s Health
Community Service
Clinical or Academic Longitudinal Experience that
may include teaching activities, research, or direct
patient care…
• Minimum equivalent of six (6) half-day sessions over
course of 4th year
• Underserved populations
 UMMA Clinic
 Union Rescue Mission
 Salvation Army Clinic
 Venice Family Clinic
 OPCC
• Teaching Assistantship (Doctoring 4) & PBL
• Jamaica Elective
• Mentored research or special project that involves community
outreach
Scholarly Project
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Mentored research
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Independently developed
Part of a larger project
Community outreach project
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Comprehensive review
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Clinical vignette
Q&A Breakout Sessions
College
Room
Session 1
Session 2 Session 3
Academic Medicine College
53-105 CHS
7:00-7:20
7:25-7:45
7:50-8:10
Acute Care College
63-105 CHS
7:00-7:20
7:25-7:45
7:50-8:10
Applied Anatomy College
73-105 CHS
7:00-7:20
7:25-7:45
7:50-8:10
Primary Care College
23-105 CHS
7:00-7:20
7:25-7:45
7:50-8:10

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