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  • Empowering Seminar | Minority Affairs & Diversity | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    is a 1 1 2 hour session on 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 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 seminar fee is 5o 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 608 Mayo Building Map to Mayo Bldg Mailing

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/apps/minority/seminar/index-closed.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Specialty Series Guide | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Therapeutic Radiology Urology 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 Medical Specialties Anesthesiology Dermatology Emergency Medicine Family Medicine General Surgery Lab Med Pathology Medicine Med Peds Neurology Neurosurgery Ob Gyn Ophthalmology Orthopaedic Surgery Otolaryngology Pediatrics Phys Med Rehab Psychiatry Radiology Therapeutic

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/specialties/guide/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Specialties Academic Criteria | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    in specialty 3 70 1 03 3 86 0 86 3 71 0 95 Class rank 3 96 0 77 3 60 0 86 3 76 0 92 Membership in Alpha Omega Alpha 3 92 0 89 3 49 1 01 3 55 1 13 USMLE Step 2 score 3 80 0 21 3 55 0 91 3 48 0 96 Medical school academic awards 3 72 0 76 3 44 0 80 3 63 0 90 USMLE Step 1 score 3 92 0 80 3 32 0 90 3 46 0 95 Medical school reputation 3 49 0 82 3 27 0 88 3 53 0 96 Grades in other senior electives 3 21 0 94 3 36 0 77 3 29 0 85 Published medical school research 3 47 0 92 2 73 0 94 3 59 0 94 Grades in pre clinical courses 3 22 0 83 2 80 0 81 2 98 1 02 Differences in range among all specialties were statistically significant p 0 5 Rating scale 1 unimportant to 5 critical Includes orthopedic surgery general surgery obstetrics and gynecology and ophthalmology 249 program directors responded Includes pediatrics family medicine internal medicine and emergency medicine

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/specialties/academic_criteria.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Specialties Compensation Ranges | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    141 389 167 Pathology 204 698 360 000 Pediatrics 131 000 172 058 Psychiatry 145 000 202 800 Radiology 201 699 445 333 Urology 251 974 437 818 Compensation Ranges are based on studies completed by ten different medical associations Infomation taken from Modern Healthcare August 2004 Modern Healthcare Website The content editor for this page is Scott Davenport daven016 umn edu 612 624 8601 What s Inside About MedEd

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/specialties/salaries.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Residency Programs & NRMP Match | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Training Required for Certification 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Family Practice Emergency Medicine Pediatrics Subspecialties Internal Medicine Subspecialties Obstetrics Gynecology Pathology General Surgery Neruological Surgery Orthopaedic Surgery Otolaryngology Urology Transitional or Prelim Medicine or Prelim Surgery Anesthesiology Dermatology Neurology Nuclear Medicine Opthalmology Physical Medicine Psychiatry Radiology Diagnostic Radiation Oncology NRMP Match Data Residency Match Data NRMP The content editor for this page is Scott Davenport daven016 umn edu

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/specialties/residency_programs.php (2014-11-22)
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  • EMMD 7500 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    for any student who is not present Note It is not allowed to do a core rotation and an advanced rotation at the same site Course Website Description Introductory Video The student will have the opportunity to work with Emergency Medicine faculty and residents who for direction Under their supervision the student is expected to act as the primary physician for Emergency Department ED patients including initial assessment performance of minor procedures interpretation of lab and x ray and preparation for admission to inpatient services The student will also have the opportunity to observe critical resuscitations The student will be assigned a rotating schedule of clinical hours including day evening nighttime and weekend shifts Competencies and Objectives The course is designed to expose the student to a wide variety of acute medical and surgical problems and to teach how to evaluate and treat these problems Upon completion of this course students will Acquire first hand experience in dealing with emergency problems Demonstrate the ability to competently evaluate treat and manage common problems that occur in patients who come to emergency departments such as chest pain abdominal pain trauma shock and shortness of breath Gain experience with common emergency department procedures such as IV access Foley catheterization and wound management Gain insight into pre hospital care Students should be able to assess unselected multicultural patients evaluate the presenting complaint obtain a careful history perform a directed physical examination list and discuss an appropriate differential diagnoses emphasizing problems common in Emergency Medicine establish treatment priorities in consultation with ED faculty or senior residents follow their patients progress throughout their stay perform serial examinations if required and discuss and document discharge plans and patient follow up Specifically on completion of this course Students should also demonstrate satisfactory performance of selected ED procedures under the supervision of ED faculty or senior residents Such procedures would include arterial blood gas determinations starting IV lines inserting Foley catheters and suturing uncomplicated wounds Students are also expected to write a legible succinct ED record documenting the important elements of the ED encounter Students should also accurately interpret common clinical tests EKGs serum electrolytes x rays identify abnormalities on these tests compare abnormalities to previous results if available and synthesize information to narrow their differential diagnosis Students will also be expected to apply knowledge of pathophysiology learned in the first two years to explain abnormal physical exam findings or abnormal findings on common clinical tests Students should also attend required ED lectures conferences and readings as directed by site director Students should be able to empathize with a variety of patients in the ED be able to resolve reasonable issues in their health care and act as patient advocates They should be able to list ED indications for admission to inpatient services Students should arrange follow up care for patients before these patients are discharged from the ED and become familiar with resources available in the community for patients going home Students should demonstrate a professional demeanor and

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/clerkships/EMMD_7500.php (2014-11-22)
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  • MED 7500 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    This course is the first of two required six week rotations in internal medicine Med 7 500 7 501 Each course is considered as part of a continuum in clinical experience Med 7 500 emphasizes diagnostic approach to patient problems and acquisition of core knowledge and skills Students will be part of a patient care team and evaluate and follow at least two new patients per week Required conferences and tutorial sessions related to the student s patients and to basic problems in internal medicine are organized for students at each of the sites Recommended readings coincide with student conferences and tutorials Students are required to attend Introduction to Clinical Knowledge Resources Program and self directed learning tools are available for students use Competencies and Objectives This course will provide experience in the initial assessment and evaluation of patients with internal medicine problems A study guide with learning objectives and study questions is used to direct the student s educational efforts The student will improve skills to communicate with patients families and health care personnel perform medical histories and physical exams identify and prioritize patient problems develop a reasoned differential diagnosis based on history and physical use laboratory appropriately and responsibly to evaluate diagnostic possibilities develop an appropriate diagnostic plan and understand the therapeutic management plan present the patient s case story and monitor and report on the patient s progress See Medicine s website for a more detailed description of objectives www dom umn edu Student Assessment Early in the course the performance of a history and physical examination will be observed Students are expected to keep a log of patient experiences and complete a competency log certifying mastery of specific clinical skills At mid rotation a student initiated formal feedback session with the resident and attending are expected

    Original URL path: https://www.meded.umn.edu/clerkships/MED_7500.php (2014-11-22)
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