Overview of USU Molecules to Military Medicine Curriculum

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USU F. EDWARD HÉBERT SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

OVERVIEW OF NEW CURRICULUM

1/17/2012

Overview of USU Molecules to Military Medicine Curriculum (Class of 2015)

MS-I

August 2011

January 2012

Pre Clerkship Instruction (MS-I)

MS-II

August 2012

MS-III

August 2013

(cont)

(MS-1)

Basic Core Clerkship Block Location 1

Core Clerkship Block Location 2

January 2014

Core Clerkship Block Location 3

August 2014

MS-IV

Pre Clerkship Instruction January 2013

Pre Clerkship Instruction (MS-II)

Core Clerkship Block Location 2

July 2012

AdvancSTEP 2 EXAM* ed Advanced Clinical Rotations Clinical Opportunity for Capstone Project Rotatio Vacation ns

October 2014

Pre-Clerkship Lead-Up Training Post-Clerkship Assessments

MCM**

Step I Prep & Exam (4 wks)

STEP 2 EXAM*

Bench to Bedside & Beyond (8 wks)+

Advanced Clinical Rotations Opportunity for Capstone Project

May 2015

Advanced Clinical Rotations Opportunity for Capstone Project + Advanced Didactics--a.k.a. Bench to Bedside & Beyond or B3 • Step II CK Taken Between April and 15 September – Prior to Capstone. Step II CS Taken NLT Nov of MS-IV Year. ** MCM: Military Contingency Medicine/Bushmaster Field Exercise

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August 2011

September October

November December

January 2012

Case Clinical

February

Based Skills &

March

April

May

June

July

August

Reproduction & Endocrinology

September October

Multi-System Diseases

November

December

Learning

(correlating with System/Disease Units)

Experiences

(correlating with System/Disease Units)

Fundamentals of Medical Practice

Military Field Exercise

Orientation Week

Case-Based Learning

Anatomic Laboratory

Clinical Skills & Experiences

System/Disease Based Units

Vacation (Exact Dates TBD)

Military Medicine (Continuum) 3

Leave

Neuro science

GI, Hepatobiliary, Nutrition & Metabolism

Leave

Leave Cardio Pulmonary Renal

NeuroAnatomy Lab

Leave

Musculoskeletal Integument

(Gross Anatomy)

Field Exercise (FTX) 201

(Gross Anatomy)

Military Medical Practice

Leave Service Specific Experiences

Fundamentals of

Leave

Field Exercise (FTX) 101

Fundamentals

Orientation

Overview of Pre-Clerkship Period (First 18 months)

Overview of Core Clerkships – 52 weeks Starts 2nd Half, MS-II Year & Extends to 1st Half, MS-III Year Jan 2013

May 2013

Formative Core Clerkship Block 1, Location 1

Dec 2013

Aug 2013

Location 2 (Cont)

Formative Core Clerkship Block 2, Location 2

Formative Core Clerkship Block 3, Location 3

Plan for 60 students in each 16-week block; 20 students in each 5-week rotation, likely spread over 5 core sites; 4 students/rotation at each site Pre-Clerkship Lead-Up Training (1 week) Common Assessment Weeks (1 week each) Vacation (1 week in Spring; 2 weeks in Winter) Clinical Rotations (16 Week Segments Comprising Core Rotations--5 weeks each--plus 1 Week of Combined Testing) 4

Pairing of Core Clerkships (16 Week Blocks)* Vertical (Science Based) Emphasis: Microbiology, Immunology, Embryology

Family Medicine (5 weeks)

Selective/EM/ Neurology (4 wks)

Pediatrics (5 weeks)

Horizontal emphasis: Palliative care, Substance abuse,Preventive geriatrics, Horizontal (Clinical) Emphasis: Health Maintenance, Medicine, Domestic Violence Vertical (Science Based) Emphasis: Pharmacology, Biochemistry, NeuroAnatomy

IP/OP Medicine

Psychiatry

(10 weeks)

(5 weeks)

Horizontal (Clinical) Emphasis: Palliative Care, Substance Abuse, Geriatrics Vertical (Science Based) Emphasis: Gross Anatomy, Pathology, Physiology

Surgery

OB/GYN

(10 weeks)

(Gen Surgery and Core Subs: Ortho/Urology/Vascular/CT/Burn)

(5 weeks)

Horizontal (Clinical) Emphasis: Surgical Skills, Informed Consent, Breaking Bad News, Team Trng Common Assessment Weeks (shelf/written exams, OSCE, basic sciences, travel) Week of Combined, FM-Peds Training (at Sim Center & USU)

*Note:

Goal is to provide at least 1 block (16 wks) of geographic continuity per student in Class of 2015. Ultimate Goal is 2 continuity blocks (max) for Class of 2017. Location (& occasionally content) of continuity blocks may vary from student to student. 5

Overview of Post-Clerkship Period Step Exams / Bench-to-Bedside & Beyond (B3) / Advanced Clinical Rotations Military Contingency Medicine / Capstone Opportunity Jan 2014

Feb-Mar

Step I Prep & Exam

Bench to Bedside & Beyond (B3)

Apr ‘14

Sept ‘14

Advanced Clinical Rotations1 ( 4 Week Blocks )

Opportunity for a Capstone Project 4

Oct ‘14

May ’15

Advanced Clinical Rotations1 MCM3

( 4 Week Blocks )

Opportunity for a Capstone Project 4 General Notes: -- Flexible scheduling allows for potential remediation with Office of Student Affairs (OSA) guidance -- Advanced Clinical Rotations includes traditional Sub-Internships, clinical electives, operational/humanitarian rotations, and/or specialized research (to include work on a Capstone Project). Specific Notes: 1. Advanced Clinical Rotations—includes a Neuroscience Rotation (Neurology, Neurosurgery or Pediatric Neurology) for students not previously completing neurology. Also includes 2 Sub-Internships (one medical, one surgical) for all students and an Emergency Medicine rotation (if not already done). 2. Step II CK to be completed between April & Sept of MS-IV year; Step II CS to be completed NLT Nov of MS-IV year. 3. Military Contingency Medicine –Includes Operation Bushmaster 4. Capstone Projects are expected to require a minimum of 3 months to complete, however different projects/tracks may have unique requirements. Depending on student interests and/or the type of Capstone Project, work may start earlier (i.e. as early as the MS-I/II year) and proceed in a contiguous or non-contiguous (i.e. asynchronous) time frame. Regardless of the Capstone Project, all 6 students will average at least 8 hrs of patient care activities/wk.

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