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  • Clinical Learning Objectives | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    6 1 Summarize a clinical case Narrow a differential diagnosis to 2 or 3 reasonable choices Analyze why these choices are appropriate Verbalize any uncertainties Plan an approach for initial diagnostic work up or treatment Select a case related question to pursue with a focused evidence based learning exercise e g Educational Prescriptions B Interpret basic diagnostic tests 6 The graduating student will interpret the following Resting EKG Chest x ray AP lat Interpretation of an X ray of long bones Pulse oximetry readings Peak expiratory flow rate measurement Basic Spirometry results Electronic Fetal Monitoring strip and fetal non stress test Urine Microscopy report Peripheral Blood Smear results Common biochemical and hematologic results Common immunologic and genetic results Basic written reports of commonly preformed tests which could include but are not limited to EEG EMG and nerve conduction studies Exercise treadmill tests Common pathology Gross and Microscopic 4 Procedural Objectives 3 Procedural Skills for Years 3 and 4 Fundamental Required Skills Personally Demonstrate these skills on a Patient preferred a Patient Simulator or Mannequin or in a Skills Laboratory Clerkship s Responsible for Assessment Opportunities for Simulation AHC SimPortal OSATS Application of universal precautions Surg Ob Gyn Peds Med x x x Sterile technique e g gloving sterile dressing change Surg Ob Gyn EM Med x x x Basic wound care EM Surg x x Suture closure of a wound Surg x x x Basic venipuncture EM Surg x x Insertion of peripheral IV EM Surg Peds Med x x x Perform an arterial puncture EM Med x x Establish an emergency airway EM Oto x x Insertion of ault endotracheal tube EM Oto x x Control of gross external hemorrhage EM Med x x Application of a temporary splint or simple cast EM Ortho x x Temporary immobilization of a cervical spine fracture EM Ortho Surg x x Performance of an injection e g intradermal subcutaneous intramuscular or intra articular FM Peds Med x x Insertion of a nasogastric tube Surg Med x x Placement of foley catheter Surg Ob Gyn x x Performance of routine STD testing male or female Ob Gyn FM x Performance of a vaginal speculum exam Ob Gyn FM x Performance of a PAP smear Ob Gyn Ob Gyn FM x Performance of a normal spontaneous vaginal delivery Ob Gyn FM x x 5 Patient Care Management and Professionalism Objectives The student graduating from this medical school will A Manage Patients as a member of the Health Care Team 6 1 6 2 2 Undertake appropriate informal and formal consultations with physician colleagues Participate in appropriate referrals to other health care professionals Appropriately prescribe commonly used medications Assist with or observe as appropriate common inpatient and outpatient procedures and surgeries Participate in interdisciplinary rounds to effectively coordinate care for a patient Participate in appropriate discharge planning for hospitalized patients Demonstrate understanding of and provide care consistent with legal requirements and ethical standards including Mandatory reporting ID colleague NAT HIPPA patient privacy Advanced directives Informed

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  • Flexible MD | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Delay of Graduation Requests for a decelerated program during the years 1 2 and extension of the clinical program beyond two years require approval of the Committee on Student Scholastic Standing COSSS or the Flexible MD Oversight Committee epending on the circumstances Students must submit adequate reasons and or documentation in support of any request that will extend graduation beyond the traditional four years A student desiring an extended clinical program must submit a Delayed Graduation Request Form stating the reason for the request and a description of the proposed extension to the COSSS at least two months prior to the requested effective date The COSSS also may recommend or require a student with academic difficultlies or other problems to be placed on a decelerated program Non Medical School Course Registration Students are allowed to register and take non medical school course work However this course work must relate to their medical education The cost of these non medical school courses will not be covered by financial aid and you are required to pay for them unless you qualify for a medical school tuition reimbursement award In order to be eligible for a medical school tuition reimbursement award you must meet the following criteria Be in good academic standing Apply for only one course per semester Take a course that relates to your medical education e g courses in public health spirituality and healing or Medical Spanish Take the course for credit not audit Have not previously dropped or withdrawn from a non medical school course You may not register for non medical school courses that have overlapping times with medical school courses To receive tuition reimbursement students must obtain the approval of the Medical School by completing a simple tuition reimbursement form pdf and submitted the form along with a copy of their enrollment fee statement to Scott Davenport in the Student Affairs Office B604 Mayo 624 8601 or daven016 umn edu You cannot register for a non medical school course on line You must self register Registration forms can be found on the University OneStop Forms page View class schedule information online and select the course and term for which you would like to register Students wishing to take Undergraduate courses must register as a non degree student in the College of Continuing Education CCE Students wishing to take Graduate level courses must register as a non degree student through the department offering the course If a course is offered in both the graduate and undergraduate levels decide on the career under which you want to register for the course UGRD or GRAD Be sure you correctly select the career you want you cannot go back later and change it after you register Ask yourself do you want this course to count in the future as GRAD credit If YES register as GRAD if NO register as UGRD Note the tuition difference between GRAD and UGRD Courses in UGRD career cost less than those in GRAD career To

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  • COSSS | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    and clinical skills as well as development of the personal and professional attributes expected of a practicing physician COSSS not only assists students in academic difficulty but also handles student requests for leaves of absence decelerated program and delays in graduation For a complete overview of COSSS and its policies visit the University of Minnesota Medical School s Policy Manual See also Policies and Procedures of the Committee on Student

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  • Holds on Record | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    awards and could potentially put you on probation with the Financial Aid Office At the time of registration for each semester students who have holds on their records will receive notification explaining the hold and where it can be cleared Once the hold has been removed students must notify the registrar in order for the registration to be processed What s Inside Professionalism Code Intellectual Responsibility Mistreatment Curriculum Tuition Fees

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  • Awards & Honors | Student Handbook | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    the class in academic standing one half are elected in the junior year and the remainder in the senior year Alpha Omega Alpha is an honor that accompanies a physician throughout his or her lifetime It is also a way for medical students to distinguish themselves in medical school For more information vist the local chapter website at and the National AOA website Gold Humanism Honor Society The Gold Humanism Honor Society GHHS honors senior medical students who demonstrate excellence in clinical care leadership compassion and dedication to service The Society was organized to elevate the values of humanism and professionalism within the field of medicine and its constituent institutions the Society is fast becoming integrated into our educational environment Students are nominated for the award by their peers and the final award recipient list is determined by the Gold Humanism Honor Society Committee based on a preset list of criteria These criteria include compassion humanity dignity community service and respect towards patients and colleagues MMF To recognize excellence and achievement numerous honors and awards are made possible each year by the Minnesota Medical Foundation and its donors For further information contact Pat Tuomi at tuomi001 umn edu Some awards

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  • Clinical Mentors | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Associate Head Casey Martin MD St Joseph s Hospital Cherilyn Wicks MD St Joseph s Hospital Mike Wootten MD North Memorial Shailey Prasad MD MPH North Memorial Bill Roberts MD MS St John s Hospital Shannon Neale MD Methodist Hospital Mike Dukinfield MD Methodist Hospital Nicole Chaisson MD MPH U of M Medical Center David Power MD MPH Medical Student Education Ruth Westra DO MPH Duluth Campus Roger Waage MD Duluth Campus Jacob Prunuske MD MSPH Duluth Campus Laboratory Medicine and Pathology Department Head Leo Furcht MD Residency Director John Crosson MD Deborah Powell MD Carlos Manivel MD Medicine Department Head Wesley Miller MD Residency Director Alisa Duran Nelson MD Briar Duffy MD Karyn Baum MD Michael Rhodes MD Laurel Drevlow MD Anne Pereira MD Tseganesh Selameab MD M Thomas Stillman MD Steven Miles MD Alan Johns MD Duluth Medicine Pediatrics Residency Director Mike Aylward MD Brian Muthyala MD Neurology Department Head Jerrold L Vitek MD Residency Director Ezgi Tiryaki MD David Walk MD Fred Langendorf MD Neurosurgery Department Head Stephen J Haines M D Residency Director Stephen Haines MD Ann M Parr MD PhD FRCSC Cornelius Lam MD Rabia Qaiser MD Obstetrics and Gynecology Department Head Linda Carson MD Residency Director Phillip N Rauk MD Samantha Hoffman MD Yasuko Yamamura MD Ophthalmology Department Head Fredericus Erik van Kuijk M D Ph D Residency Director Martha M Wright MD Dara Koozekanani MD PhD Sandra Montezuma MD Orthopaedic Surgery Department Head Denis R Clohisy MD Residency Director Jonathan Braman MD Julie Adams MD Patrick Morgan MD Bradley Nelson MD Ann Van Heest MD Elizabeth Arendt MD Robert Morgan MD Otolaryngology Department Head Bevan Yueh MD Residency Director Seth Janus MD Amy Lassig MD Manuela Fina MD Harley Dresner MD Abby Meyer MD Jim Sidman MD Tim Lander MD Meredith Adams MD

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  • Curriculum Development | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    of the University of Minnesota Medical School Faculty will ensure that in addition to passing courses and clerkships medical students achieve seven competency domains These competency domains correspond to the core competencies that all physicians need for success in residency certification and practice These colors represent seven competency domains threaded into medical education the ribbons different pathways for students The Medical School already has instituted the Flexible M D which allows students to work with an advisor to tailor their educations to their own interests and pace of learning We also have changed our prerequisites for admission Now we are moving forward to transform our education of physicians based on educational principles approved by the Education Council Even while we are changing medical education we remain committed to educating physicians who care for patients with knowledge respect and compassion Kathleen Watson M D Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education drwatson umn edu Have a question Go to Frequently Asked Questions Page Hits since 2 3 2009 133 What s Inside Educational Program Principles Competency Based Education Frequently Asked Questions Resources and References Leadership Curriculum Home Staff Directory Mailing Address Curriculum Development U of M Medical School Mayo Mail Code

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  • Twin Cities Community | Minority Affairs & Diversity | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    as the Minnesota Association of Black Physicians and the American Indian Physiciansâ Association also flourish Cultural Diversity Few areas of the country boast as many different racial and ethnic groups as do Minneapolis and St Paul Although predominantly Caucasian the cities have a sizeable and growing AfricanAmerican community the country s largest urban population of Native Americans one ofthe largest regional Asian American centers including the country s fastest growing Hmong population and a significant Chicano Latino population The Twin Cities nationally acclaimed cultural life is one of the area s biggest draws More theater companies per capita anywhere but New York including the renowned Guthrie Theater the multicultural Mixed Blood Theater and Penumbra Theater one of the nation s premier African American theaters plus the best national theater and comedy shows on tour A vibrant music scene from the classical and popular lineups of the Ordway Theater and Orchestra Hall to blues and jazz venues to funky Warehouse District clubs The artist formerly known as Prince has his recording studio here so do mega hit producers Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam Harris And Northrop Auditorium right on campus hosts musical headliners in rock and hip hop plus renowned dance troupes such as Alvin Ailey For shopping the Twin Cities are second in the Midwest only to Chicago National retailers and eclectic homegrown shops fill downtown districts and neighborhood hubs from trendy Uptown to an internationally flavored West Bank next door to the University And the 400 store Mall of America has made the area a global shopping sensation And there s more professional basketball baseball and football teams comedy clubs cinemas museums galleries zoos and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets including an outstanding variety of ethnic eateries Even the seasons are diverse with something for everyone sunny

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