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  • U of M Community | Minority Affairs & Diversity | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    ve also been able to adjust my curriculum around my role as a parent a five year program instead of four financial assistance for day care and so on You can get whatever you need here Michelle A Knight St Paul BA Carleton College 2nd year student The research experiences here are amazing This school offers a great environment a challenging supportive and very interactive program with good teachers and strong opportunities for both clinical work and research an especially good combination for someone like me who wants to be both a scientist and a doctor Right now I m doing bone marrow research with well known researchers in the Cancer Center When I want to relax there s plenty to do on the University campus Plus Minneapolis is a great place a big city with low crime and lots going on culturally The winters are a little different than what I m used to but all the seasons are beautiful here I m even learning to ski Morayma Reyes San Juan Puerto Rico BS University of Puerto Rico 2nd year MD PhD student Clinical opportunities at the University of Minnesota are pretty amazing they re broader and start earlier than at most medical schools In your first year you do preceptorships where you shadow doctors You also have opportunities to work in clinics with a wide variety of patients This is a very student oriented medical school it seems to care a great deal about the welfare of students whether you re talking about clinical experiences learning opportunities outside the medical school financial aid or diversity It s also a school where patient relations and human relations really matter We ve met with nurses pharmacists physical therapists and other health care professionals to talk about how to work as part of a team The school s Twin Cities location is a huge advantage there s a plethora of stuff going on here I grew up in St Paul s Hmong community and I wanted my family and home community to be part of my Medical School experience Steve Mouacheupao St Paul BA Brown University 1st year student I wanted it all and that is exactly what I got from the University of Minnesota Medical School academic excellence a culturally competent faculty a diverse student body with good cultural support outstanding research opportunities an administration that is sensitive and responsive to the needs of its students and a national reputation that enhanced my ability to acquire a desirable residency The clinical experiences are incredibly broad from heavy duty inner city trauma cases to the suburban worried well I ve also had unique opportunities to work with Native American physicians and to explore how traditional medicine can be melded with the cultural health practices of diverse communities I expected the best and I was not disappointed Susan Sloan Chattanooga Tenn BA Middle Tennessee State University 4th year student and cofounder of the Intertribal Alliance of Medical Students There s a very

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  • View Comments in EValue | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    that the Program field is on School of Medicine Hit Next Once the program runs the report you should get a page with comments for each of your completed rotations Comments will be divided into Constructive Feedback Summary Comments for Dean s Letter etc By selecting the blue link text associated with each comment you will be able to open up that comments complete evaluation What s Inside About MedEd

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  • Clerkship Sites & Abbreviations | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Main Street Crosby MN 56441 218 546 7000 DU University of Minnesota Duluth Campus One University Drive Duluth MN ED John Haugen and Associates 3250 West 66th Street Suite 200 Edina MN 55435 EK Elk River 290 Main St NW Elk River MN 55330 FP Family Practice FR Fairview University Medical Center Riverside 2450 Riverside Avenue South Minneapolis MN 55454 612 672 6000 FS Fairview Southdale Hospital 6401 France Ave South Edina MN 55435 612 924 5000 FU UM Fairview University Medical Center Harvard Street at East River Road Minneapolis MN 55455 612 626 3000 FUG Fairview University General Vascular Surgery FUM Fairview University MIS Thoracic Foregut FUP Fairview University Pediatric Surgery FUS Fairview University Surgical Oncology Colorecta GE Geriatrics GL Gillette Children s Specialty Health Care 200 University Avenue East St Paul MN 55101 651 291 2848 HC Hennepin County Medical Center 701 Park Avenue South Minneapolis MN 55415 612 873 4121 HI Hibbing MN IS Immanual St Joseph s Mankato MN JN HealthEast St John s Hospital 1575 Beam Avenue Maplewood MN 55109 651 232 7000 JO St Joseph s Hospital 69 Exchange Street St Paul MN 55102 MC Children s Health Care Minneapolis 2525 Chicago Avenue South Minneapolis MN 55404 612 813 6100 ME Medicine MG Maple Grove Hospital 9875 Hospital Drive Maple Grove MN 55369 MP Medicine Pediatrics MT Methodist Hospital 6500 Excelsior Boulevard St Louis Park MN 55426 612 993 5000 MY Mercy Hospital NA Neurological Associates of St Paul 1650 Beam Avenue Maplewood MN 55109 651 221 9051 NC Noran Neurological Clinic 2828 Chicago Ave Suite 200 Minneapolis MN 55407 NM North Memorial Medical Center 3300 Oakdale Avenue North Robbinsdale MN 55422 612 520 5200 NS Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology Southdale NW Abbott Northwestern Hospital 800 East 28th Street Minneapolis MN 55407 PE Pediatrics

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  • FMCH 7600 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    care and obstetrical care but in this course we focus predominantly on outpatient care In some situations this may include home group or after hours visits The emphasis is upon evidence based clinical approaches to common medical problems clinical problem solving in a busy ambulatory setting the refining of clinical skills and experiencing the various roles of the primary care physician Student Assessment Course is graded Honors Excellent Satisfactory Not Satisfactory based upon the following Graded Elements Total 100 Student clinic evaluation up to 50 Course Participation up to 10 End of clerkship quiz up to 25 EBM project up to 15 The course participation points are a cumulative score that includes attendance at small group seminars satisfactory on time completion of course assignments and on line completion of the required case encounters log The 2 points are deducted for each missed activity to a maximum of 8 completion of clerkship evaluations submission of E value PxDx survey of required case encounters Requirements for Passing the Clerkship See Also What Constitutes a Failing Grade in Years 3 and 4 Patient Clinical Procedures FM Clinic Assignment Policy Please view the Medical School s Distance Policy which impacts several of our community clinic sites Clinic Requests Family Medicine Clinics and UCAM contact Peter Cao 612 624 0452 caoxx019 umn edu Duluth Clinics at least 2 months in advance of the rotation contact Paula Guisfredi 218 726 7034 pguisfre d umn edu Any student not indicating a site preference by the time of the cancel add deadline will be allocated to any available clinic based on the distance policy based on proximity to their registered address Clinic assignments will be posted on the course website within one week of the course starting and you will be notified of this by email At that point we cannot reverse or change any clinic assignments Requests are NOT guaranteed and always depend on availability Requests must be submitted before the cancel add deadline Usual Site Locations for Rotations Site Usual of students per period FM Residency Clinics 1 2 Bethesda St Joseph s JO 1 2 Broadway North Memorial NM 1 2 Methodist MT 1 2 Smileys FW 1 2 Phalen JN 1 Hennepin FMC HC 1 2 United UN 1 2 St Cloud 1 Mankato 1 Duluth S3 F2 SP2 FM Community Private sites up to 7 per period varying locations in the greater Twin Cities area St Cloud and Mankato Sites housing may be available To request a specific Duluth site please contact Paula Guisfredi 218 726 7034 or pguisfre d umn edu at least 2 months prior to the start of your rotation If you wish to request a specific preceptor or site you MUST contact Peter Cao 612 624 0452 caoxx019 umn edu FM site coordinator before the cancel add deadline of the period for which you are registered Any student not indicating a site preference by the time of the cancel add deadline will be allocated to any available clinic based

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  • FMCH 7700 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    MS Contact Peter Cao caoxx019 umn edu 612 624 0452 Report First Day Arranged Description A 4 week ambulatory experience with a focus on both the specialty specific content areas and the process of care in the ambulatory setting Competencies and Objectives For students to learn about Primary Care of adults and children and the process of care that will promote the health of ambulatory patients Discipline specific objectives Health Maintenance Injury Prevention Immunizations Screening Process of Care Objectives The Process of Care objectives will consist of 3 broad objectives that will thread through the students experiences Chronic Disease Management Evidence Based Medicine Lifelong Learning Continuous Quality Improvement Student Assessment The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 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 Year 3 4 Clerkships Specialty Areas Anatomy Anesthesiology Dermatology Emergency Medicine Family Med Com Hlth History of Medicine Interdisciplinary Med Lab Med Pathology Medicine Neurology Neurosurgery Obstetrics Gynecology Ophthalmology Orthopaedic Surgery Otolaryngology Pediatrics Physical Med Rehab Primary Care Selectives

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  • Child Care | Medical Student Well-Being | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    4014 at 1600 Rollins Avenue S E located a few blocks north of the East Bank Campus provides full time and limited part time care for infant toddler and preschool children of University affiliated parents The center administers a Resource and Referral Program providing childcare information The Child Care Center is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs and licensed by the State of Minnesota Full time child care is provided Monday through Friday from 7 15 a m to 6 00 p m for children ages 3 months to pre kindergarten Shirley G Moore Laboratory School http education umn edu ICD LabSchool The Shirley G Moore Laboratory School Registration 612 624 5593 Peggy Beck is located in the Institute of Child Development on the East Bank Campus and offers morning and afternoon programs for children between the ages of 2 and 5 years 2 5 days a week They are licensed for 100 children They accept children with special needs whenever that is feasible for the child and the school Como Community Child Care Center www comoccc com The Como Community Child Care Center 612 331 8340 Nicole Kemp at 1024 27th Avenue S E in southeast Minneapolis offers year round flexible scheduling for children ages 16 months to 12 years from 7 00 a m to 6 00 p m Monday through Friday Two family style meals and snacks are provided They are licensed for 46 children and sliding fees are available for students Community Child Care Center The Community Child Care Center 651 645 8958 Jill Madsen at 1250 Fifield Avenue in the Commonwealth Terrace Student Family Housing Cooperative near the St Paul Campus offers flexible scheduling for children ages 16 months to 5 years from 7 15 a m to 6 00 p m

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  • Empowering Seminar | Minority Affairs & Diversity | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    a designated week night Topics include Meet and Greet Your Peers Panel Discussions on Careers in Medicine Admissions MCAT Personal Statement and Supplemental Application Preparing for the Medical School Interview Financing a Medical School Education Where Does One Go From Here How to Apply Application for this year s event begins June 29 2014 and ends September 5 2014 The application period for this seminar is during the month of July each year You may apply online or via mail during the application period Space will be limited so please do not delay in submitting your application All applicants will be notified of the selection outcome before the series begins For accepted participants The 2014 seminar fee is 50 Seminar fees cannot be refunded All sessions including the orientation are mandatory Sessions are scheduled on a designated week night for 1 1 2 hours If you have any questions please contact Mary Tate at 612 625 1494 or tatex001 umn edu What s Inside Opportunity Community Empowering Seminar Series SNMA Mentor Program Mistreatment and Harassment Incident Report Medical School Diversity Statement For More Information Minority Affairs Diversity Home Director Mary Tate 612 625 1494 tatex001 umn edu Office Location B

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/apps/minority/seminar/index-open.php (2014-11-22)
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