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  • Minnesota's Future Doctors | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    or second year full time student Academically strong and high achieving GPA of 3 2 or higher First generation college student Low socioeconomic background From a rural community underrepresented in medicine or underrepresented minority groups Displays early engagement in medical related experiences Has demonstrated progress in prerequisite courses for medical school Must be a Minnesota resident MFD scholars will participate in Medical related and undergraduate research experiences MCAT preparation One on one advising and workshops focused on preparing and applying to medical school Individual development of action plans Collaborative advising with the University of Minnesota Health Careers Center and the Medical School Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity The Future Physician Series offered by the Health Careers Center and Empowering Multicultural Students for Careers in Medicine Seminar offered by the Medical School Application process Complete online application Letter of recommendation sent to program directly from recommendation writer All university and college unofficial transcripts sent to program Minnesota Future Doctors Program will accept applications from September 1 2014 through January 20 2015 Apply Online University of Minnesota Medical School Admissions basics 26 min presentation Medical school planning guide The Hand of a Phenomenal Pre Med 9MB PDF What s Inside Why

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/futuredocs/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Duluth Staff | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Indian and Minority Health CAIMH 612 624 0465 caimh d umn edu http www caimh umn edu Lorentz Wittmers Interim Director of CAIMH 218 726 7934 lwittmer d umn edu SMed 355 Anna Wirta Assistant Director 218 726 7235 awirta1 d umn edu Sheilagh Amundsen Executive Office Administrative Specialist 218 726 7235 samundse d umn edu SMed 182 Ryan Howes Community Program Specialist 218 726 8638 rshowes d umn edu SMed 181 Allan Lamb Community Program Assistant 218 726 7030 lamb0227 d umn edu SMed 182 Melissa DeVerney Community Program Assistant 218 726 8067 deverney d umn edu SMed 182 Sumair Sheikh Community Program Assistant 218 726 8303 sheik085 d umn edu SMed 182 Curricular Affairs 218 726 7581 curaff d umn edu Alan Johns MD MEd Assistant Dean for Medical Education and Curriculum Interim Assistant Dean of Admissions 218 726 8874 ajohns1 d umn edu SMed 111 Brenda Doup Project Program Specialist 218 726 7581 bdoup d umn edu SMed 109 Educational Resources 218 726 7949 bingerso d umn edu Aaron Breitkreutz Software Development 218 726 6715 abreitkr d umn edu SMed 112 David Hallberg iPad Development Tech Support 218 726 8054 hall0937 d umn edu SMed 114 Brad Ingersoll Tech support Classroom support ITV Web 218 726 7949 bingerso d umn edu SMed 114 Dan Schlies Photographer Classroom Support ITV 218 726 7941 dschlies d umn edu SMed 122 Financial Aid 218 726 6548 dflahert d umn edu http www meded umn edu financial du Dina Flaherty Financial Aid Liaision 218 726 6548 dflahert d umn edu SMed 114B Student Affairs 218 726 8873 kpiper d umn edu Robin Michaels PhD Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions 218 726 8872 rmichael d umn edu SMed 173 Kathy Piper Administrative Assistant 218 726 8873 kpiper d umn edu

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/directory/duluth.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Year 1 of Medical School | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    faculty specific resources Academic Calendar 2014 2015 Subject to Change Orientation August 4 8 White Coat Ceremony August 8 Fall Term August 11 December 19 Exams October 13 17 December 15 19 Holidays September 1 November 27 28 Vacation December 22 January 2 Courses Human Structure and Function Science of Medical Practice Essentials of Clinical Medicine Part 1 Spring Term January 6 May 1 Exams March 2 13 April 27 May 1 Holiday January 19 Vacation March 16 20 May 4 8 Courses Microbiology Immunology Neuroscience Physiology Essentials of Clinical Medicine Part 2 Summer Term May 11 June 26 Exams June 22 26 Holiday May 25 Vacation June 29 August 28 Courses Human Behavior Human Sexuality Principles of Pathology Principles of Pharmacology Essentials of Clinical Medicine Part 3 Block A Course Credits Fall Term Course Number Course Name Credits INMD 6801 Human Structure and Function 6 INMD 6802 Science of Medical Practice 7 INMD 6803 Essentials of Clinical Medicine Part 1 5 Fall Total Credits 18 Spring Term Course Number Course Name Credits INMD 6812 Microbiology Immunology 5 INMD 6813 Neuroscience 3 INMD 6814 Physiology 3 INMD 6804 Essentials of Clinical Medicine Part 2 3 Spring Total Credits 14 Summer

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/year1/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Year 2 of Medical School | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Faculty Please use the link for Faculty in the left hand collumn of the MedEd homepage It includes links to all of the student information as well as faculty specific resources Transition to Clinical Education Preparation for scheduling your clinical rotations and working in the clinic Academic Calendar 2014 2015 Subject to Change Fall September 1 December 19 Exams October 6 10 November 17 21 December 15 19 Holidays September 1 November 27 28 Vacation December 22 January 2 Courses ECM 3B HHD C R HHD GI H HHD N P Spring January 5 April 17 Exams February 23 27 April 13 17 Holidays January 19 Vacation March 2 6 April 20 start of Yr 3 clinicals Courses ECM 3C HHD R E R HHD R D O3 Course Credits Fall Term Course Number Course Name Credits INMD 6808 Human Health Disease C R 4 INMD 6811 Human Health Disease GI Heme 4 INMD 6819 Human Health Disease N P 3 INMD 6806 Essentials of Clinical Medicine Part 3 Block B 5 Total Credits 16 Spring Term Course Number Course Name Credits INMD 6810 Human Health Disease R E R 5 INMD 6809 Human Health Disease R D O3 4

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/year2/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Years 3 & 4 Home | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Coordinators 2014 15 pdf Required Clerkship Directors 2014 15 pdf Courses Clerkships List Descriptions availability and contacts for electives required courses Goals Requirements Planning Procedures Clerkship Scheduling Schedule rotations sites print schedule Forms Applications Site Specific Instructions for Students AAMC Extramural Electives Compendium Elective opportunities at LCME accredited medical schools Year 3 4 Resources Evaluations Transitioning to Clinical Education Information for 2nd year students about years 3 4 Mistreatment and Harassment Reporting Needlestick Injury Protocol Residency Information SimPORTAL Simulation training USMLE Score Reports login Competencies Required for Graduation Careers in Medicine AAMC A four phase course designed to assist you in understanding your options for choosing a specialty and selecting and applying to a residency program to meet your career objectives Password required contact Scott Davenport daven016 umn edu for an access code Medical Student Resources Policies FAQ Financial Aid Student Handbook Opportunities Library more For Visiting Medical Students Visiting Medical Students page Visiting Students Application Service VSAS The content editor for this page is Brooke Nesbitt nesbi029 umn edu What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students DU Students Alumni Staff Faculty Offices Programs Admissions Curriculum Devel Financial Aid Governance Structure MEDS Minority

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/year34/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Needlestick Injury Protocol | Policies | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Educational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens and Tuberculosis Section VII Protocol for Exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens During Educational Experiences Seek treatment within 1 2 hours after initial exposure as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention What s Inside Policies Home Twin Cities Policies Duluth Policies Return to Medical Education Medical School AHC U of M 2013 Regents of the University of Minnesota All rights reserved The University

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/policies/needlestick_injury_protocol.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Student Requirements | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    12 months or antibody titre results documenting immunity Tetanus Diptheria Document most current dose within the last ten years Two step Mantoux PPD test Documentation of the two step Mantoux test The AHC requires a second PPD test to be performed two weeks after the first test This two step Mantoux test needs to be done once Annual Mantoux test Documentation of an annual Mantoux Chest x ray if positive Mantoux Documentation must include the results of a follow up chest x ray Once this documentation is submitted yearly Mantoux testing is not required Vaccinations or other testing strongly urged by the University of Minnesota Medical School Completed polio series three doses Influenza annual Students are required to keep all immunizations and vaccinations up to date A student s failure to have all required immunizations and vaccinations may influence the University s ability to place the student in clinical rotations You can now download a personalized immunization form see information about your immunization status and detailed information about your immunizations from the University of Minnesota website called myU To access your immunization information go to www myu umn edu and click on the tab called Health and Wellness Please visit the Boynton Health Center for all immunization requirements and forms Background Study Each student is required to complete a state mandated background study annually These background studies are conducted by the Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS for the purpose of facilitating your placement in clinical facilities where background studies are required under Minnesota Statute S144 057 The DHS site to complete the background study can be found at https bgs dhs state mn us a Login asp Each student is also required to complete and submit a Release of Information sheet annually that authorizes the Medical School to submit

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/handbook/requirements.php (2014-11-22)
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