Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Fremont

Report
The California Kaiser Collaborative
The BUSM/Kaiser Collaborative is being developed to
offer BUSM students the opportunity to train in one of
the most technologically innovative health care systems
in the country, and to expose students to Kaiser’s
successful integrated health care delivery system
ROLL-OUT SCHEDULE
November
December
January
February
March
•Kaiser site directors
identified
•Initial Student Info.
Meeting Nov. 24
•Applications Distributed
•BUSM clerkship directors
meet with Kaiser site
directors December 3-5
•Second student
information session posttrip
•Student applications due
December 19
•Students selected (Office
of Clinical Development
working with Kaiser
Committee)
•Student list distributed to
internal departments
•Registrar/EValue/Office of
Clinical Development
Meeting
•Lync Training for Kaiser
students
•Finalize student schedules
KAISER PERMANENTE CLERKSHP SITES
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center San Jose:
Family Medicine
OB/GYN
Medicine
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Santa Clara:
Pediatrics
Surgery
Radiology
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Fremont:
Psychiatry
Neurology
ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS
Office of Student Affairs
Paige Curran designated as POC for support, career planning, and fourth year schedule planning
Simulation training – working with Lorraine Stanfield to complete during orientation
We will establish a Behavioral Health Referral POC in CA
Registration
Student responsibilities include:
 Register for BU alert system
 Natural emergencies – participate in Kaiser preparedness training
 BU Email – monitoring and responding appropriately
 MA Motor Vehicle Waiver – still applies for those living in CA; can’t register without it
 Maintain immigration status
 Student health – be aware of insurance coverage
Financial Aid
Dennis Murphy, case manager, will be the financial aid POC
Financial aid will include Kaiser students on all regular email correspondence and also maintain a
separate email list for Kaiser-specific concerns
STUDENT APPLICATION
Stipulations:
Housing for BUSM students while on rotation in California will be the responsibility
of the student.
Students chosen for this program will need to meet all financial aid commitments by
mid-February.
Only students in good academic standing will be considered for this program.
Essays:
On a separate sheet, please answer each of the following questions in 100 words or
less per question:
Why are you interested in the Kaiser Permanente clerkship opportunity?
How do you feel that this experience will enhance your medical education?
DIDACTICS
•
Working to record all didactic lectures this year
•
Recording didactics for the benefit of both Kaiser students and those remaining on BUMC
(as is done in years 1 & 2)
•
Students at Kaiser will attend didactic sessions virtually through Microsoft Lync when the time
change does not present a problem
•
Clerkship Directors will talk with Kaiser site directors about supplemental educational
experiences
•
Students will have the same amount of time built into their schedules for didactics as students
completing rotations in Boston or at other clerkship sites

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