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  • Additional Resources | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    medical students The Adytum is located on the first floor of the Mayo Building D195 It caters to most of the needs of the medical student It features a small eating area with refrigerators and microwaves computers and a printer telephone large tables and study carrels plus couches and lockers There is also a smaller quieter room for those of you who wish to study in total silence There is an exam room set up in the room next to the kitchen with a wall mounted ophthalmoscope and supplies to practice physical exams The Adytum is open 24 hours and is locked for your protection The combination to the Adytum can be obtained from Student Affairs B680 Mayo Memorial Building Center for Health Interprofessional Programs CHIP CHIP offers health professions students an exciting opportunity to meet and collaborate with students from other colleges As an Academic Health Center student you re already a part of CHIP Drop by the lounge get involved in a committee attend an event you can participate at whatever level you d like The CHIP Student Center is located in 1 425 Moos Tower Its hours are 6 a m to 6 p m To obtain after hours access and other information visit http www chip umn edu CHIP Classrooms All Academic Health Center AHC classrooms are available for use by AHC students unless they have been previously scheduled for other programs To request a space or to view room availability visit http www ahc umn edu classrooms Libraries The mission of the Bio Medical Library is to enhance the teaching research and service activities of the University of Minnesota and to support the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center in its quest to improve health by facilitating timely access to information needed by library clients on campus throughout Minnesota and nationwide The Bio Medical Library is located within the U of M Academic Health Center in Diehl Hall adjacent to the University of Minnesota Medical Center the Mayo Memorial Building and the Philips Wangensteen Building on the East Bank of the Minneapolis campus area For library hours and addtional information visit http www biomed lib umn edu For a complete list of all University libraries and services visit http www lib umn edu Lockers Contacts Cristina Oseland 612 626 0163 lund0151 umn edu Preclinical students are assigned lockers on the first floor of Moos Tower next to the CHIP lounge These lockers are assigned by Student Affairs You will be able to keep these lockers until the end of your preclinical years At that time you will be sent a notice to clean your locker out for a new member of the entering class Lockers are also available on a first come first served basis for Clinical year students These lockers are located in the Adytum and are leased on a quarterly basis Recreation Contacts recsport umn edu 612 625 6800 The University of Minnesota s Department of Recreational Sports is an excellent resource for

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  • Peer Mentoring Program | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    year students on the Twin Cities Campus to act as peer mentors Resources for Peer Mentoring pdf A list of a wide variety of resources for students 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 Affairs Policies Program Evaluation All Offices Return to Medical Education Medical School AHC

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  • USMLE | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    important concepts of the sciences basic to the practice of medicine with special emphasis on principles and mechanisms underlying health disease and modes of therapy Step 1 ensures mastery of not only the sciences that provide a foundation for the safe and competent practice of medicine in the present but also the scientific principles required for maintenance of competence through lifelong learning Step 2 Clinical Knowledge Exam CK Application of knowledge and understanding of clinical science essential for patient care under supervision Step 2 assesses whether you can apply medical knowledge skills and understanding of clinical science essential for the provision of patient care under supervision and includes emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention Step 2 ensures that due attention is devoted to principles of clinical sciences and basic patient centered skills that provide the foundation for the safe and competent practice of medicine Step 3 Clinical Skills Exam CS Application of knowledge and understanding of biomedical and clinical science essential for unsupervised patient care Step 3 assesses whether you can apply medical knowledge and understanding of biomedical and clinical science essential for the unsupervised practice of medicine with emphasis on patient management in ambulatory settings Step 3 provides

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  • SimPORTAL | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Student interest groups can arrange for workshops using patient simulators SimMan iStan TraumaMan etc or to practice other skills Groups are charged for these activities based upon supply use and staff time Access to endoscopic laparoscopic skills trainers is available on a 24 7 basis after students are oriented to the equipment Skills practice outside of defined curricula or interest group activities may be arranged with the SimPORTAL staff dependent

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  • Twin Cities Policies | Policies | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Course and Clerkship Feedback Years 1 4 pdf Grade Submission Deadlines for Courses and Clerkships Years 1 4 pdf USMLE Step Examinations pdf Conflict Resolution Process for Student Academic Complaints UMTC Policies and Procedures of the Committee on Student Scholastic Standing COSSS single page format See also User friendly format of COSSS Policy Includes information about Course Grades Re Examinations Repeating Courses Course Grade Changes Flex MD USMLE Decelerated Programs Leaves of Absence Behavioral Conduct Code or Professionalism Violations Students with Personal Medical or Emotional Problems Professional Behavior Compact for Teaching and Learning Education Council Statement on Institutional Standards of Behavior in the Learning Environment University of Minnesota Medical Student Statement of Intellectual Responsibility Student Council Medical Student Professionalism Code Student Council Social Media Guidelines pdf Student Council Code of Conduct pdf Board of Regents Protection of Individual Health Information by U Health Care Components HIPAA Mistreatment and Harassment Student Mistreatment Racial Ethnic Harassment UMN Sexual Harassment UMN Sexual Assault UMN Health and Safety Educational Exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens and Tuberculosis pdf Needlestick Injury Protocol Disabilities Medical Students with Disabilities pdf Regents Policy for Disability Services UofM Essential Capacities for Matriculation Promotion and Graduation Medical Students and Residents with

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  • Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    is never done even after graduation We are committed to ensuring that students study and learn in a supportive caring respectful fair and dynamic environment so that we can help you to become wonderful physicians This is a large medical school with extraordinary resources for you to borrow and contribute to as you progress to becoming a doctor This handbook connects you to essential information resources and people to assist

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  • Student FAQ | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    environment for learning physical diagnosis with and without SPs IERC is the single largest expense in the medical school curriculum budget The Duluth Campus has a simulations center where students learn ultrasonography and other simulations SimPORTAL Clerkships offer state of the art simulations training for all students with this just in time learning method Studies show that adults learn best when the training in simulations is immediately proximal to the experiences in which they will be applying the skills and knowledge Currently all students experience these simulations IV intubation suturing sterile technique ultrasonographic physical diagnosis etc in required clerkships Extra practice is available as determined by the department and instructors Surgery SimPORTAL Emergency Medicine Anesthesiology SimPORTAL Student interest groups can arrange for workshops using patient simulators SimMan iStan TraumaMan etc or to practice other skills Groups are charged for these activities based upon supply use and staff time Access to endoscopic laparoscopic skills trainers is available on a 24 7 basis after students are oriented to the equipment Skills practice outside of defined curricula or interest group activities may be arranged with the SimPORTAL staff dependent upon previous instruction For more information on the SimPORTAL contact John Raymond 612 626 5636 SimPORTAL Coordinator A582 Mayo Memorial Building Flexible MD Program Who can I talk to about the Flexible MD Dual Degree program or a Leave of Absence Scott Davenport daven016 umn edu 612 626 5812 The Flexible MD program is designed to help students achieve educational goals as part of academic progress towards the MD degree through special projects research and other experiences that enrich learning outside of the standard curriculum and cause a delay in the graduation date This includes all dual degrees except the MD PhD program Applications for the program are rolling and are reviewed four times per year Visit the Flexible MD website for application instructions and further details Please contact Scott Davenport to set up a meeting to discuss the Flexible MD program if you have a strong interest Students who wish to request a Personal Leave of Absence are not eligible for the Flexible MD program instead please contact your Faculty Advisor Harassment and Mistreatment What can I do if I think I am being mistreated or harassed in the classroom or in a clerkship or clinical environment First talk to your course or clerkship director about your concerns these faculty are committed to providing the highest quality teaching and learning environment for you If you prefer to speak to someone else contact Dr Kathleen Watson drwatson umn edu Mayo B693 612 626 5812 or Jill Eck jeeck umn edu 612 625 5180 Alternatively you may contact Mary Tate tatex001 umn edu 612 625 1494 the Medical School s Director of Minority Affairs and Diversity and liaison to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action OEOAA If you feel that your concerns are not being effectively dealt with you may contact the University of Minnesota OEOAA directly at www eoaffact umn edu View

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  • Residency Information | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Residency Guide complete with publication resources website resources and acronym guide Strolling Through the Match AAFP Produced annually by the AAFP this guide provides plenty of links and straightforward advice on applying to programs and getting the residency and career you want Roadmap to Residency From Application to the Match and Beyond pdf Published by the AAMC the Roadmap provides comprehensive information about the process of making application to graduate medical education programs in the United States It includes a description of candidacy requirements factors involved in specialty choice possible criteria for residency selection and information about matching processes program visits and potential application outcomes as well as about the transition from medical school to residency Careers in Medicine CiM A career planning program developed and run by the AAMC designed to help students choose a medical specialty and select and apply to a residency program To register with CiM you need your AAMC user name and password This is the same information you have used for other AAMC applications e g AMCAS MCAT etc that use the AAMC Login If you do not remember your information please email Scott Davenport at daven016 umn edu and he can provide you with a registration access code Personal Statement pdf A segment copied from the AAMC s Choices Newsletter Provides good advice on the goals of the personal statement and how to write the statement so it best convey s your potential The University of Minnesota Ophthalmology Match Guide pdf The Iowa Guide To The Ophthalmology Match pdf CV template Word Doc Data Characteristics of U of M Matched Seniors 2009 2011 pdf Charting Outcomes in The Match 2014 pdf Characteristics of Applicants Who Matched to Their Preferred Specialty in the 2014 NRMP Main Residency Match 5th edition PDF 290 pages This report documents how applicant qualifications affect Match success Twelve measures are incorporated in this report including the number of contiguous ranks the number of distinct specialties ranked USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK scores and the numbers of research experiences publications and work and volunteer experiences Data are reported separately for U S allopathic medical school senior students and all other applicants NRMP Match Data Visit http www nrmp org match data main residency match data for all published data from the NRMP including Results and Data Main Residency Match Match Results by State Specialty and Applicant Type Program Results Results of the NRMP Applicant Survey Results of the NRMP Program Director Survey Charting Outcomes in The Match Characteristics of Applicants Who Matched to Their Preferred Specialty in the NRMP Selection Criteria For Residency Directors pdf Study published in Academic Medicine Vol 84 No 3 March 2009 Assess the relative importance of criteria used for residency selection in 21 medical specialties given current available data and competitiveness of specialties Class of 2014 Residency Interview and General Application Costs pdf What does it all cost to apply and interview If you are looking for help to meet these expenses contact

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