Evaluate patients in the FM setting using the biopsychosocial model Evaluate patients across the age span on acute & chronic common problems seen in the FM setting Demonstrate an understanding of health risk assessment, health promotion, and patient education in the FM setting Demonstrate the skills and strategies necessary to acquire information to care for patients in a family practice setting Demonstrate the ability to integrate basic science and clinical knowledge in the care of patients in the FM setting Clerkship Length: 4 weeks Decentralized Community-based Rotation Clerkship Website: ifammed.utmb.edu/predoc_clerkship/ Email is our primary mode of communication with students. Check your email daily. Clinical Encounter Logbook: All patient experiences should be documented. iPhone app available Design A Case (DAC) web-based cases, 6 assigned cases, DAC Quiz on Blackboard Grading: Faculty Evaluation-65%; NBME Shelf Exam25%: DAC Assignment & Quiz-10% FEATURE GALVESTON AUSTIN COMMUNITY FACULTY NUMBER OF STUDENTS Max: 3 Max: 4 8-13 MIX OF ROTATIONS Outpatient Outpatient Outpatient ROTATION SIZE/ COMPOSITION 1:1 with Faculty 1:1 with Faculty 1:1 with Faculty 8 AM – 12 Noon 1:30 – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM TYPICAL WORK 8 AM – 5 PM HOURS NUMBER OF PATIENTS SEEN 10 – 14 patients per day 10 – 14 patients per day 10 – 14 patients per day SPECIAL POPULATIONS Faculty Interests HIV+, Hepatitis C Dependent on Site TEACHING SESSIONS Weekly Didactics 12:30 – 1:30 PM Daily Dependent on Site OTHER ACTIVITIES 6 DAC Cases as assigned 6 DAC Cases as assigned 6 DAC Cases as assigned Preferences are submitted on our FM website (see handout) ifammed.utmb.edu/predoc_clerkship/ Established sites are available throughout the state (full list is available on our website) Student proposed sites are encouraged – Family Physician must be Board Certified in FM & in good standing with Texas Medical Board Provide lots of info when you fill out site preferences – your geographic location, address and zip of available housing, personal interests, languages spoken, etc. READ YOUR E-MAIL!