PURPOSE: The program utilizes the interdisciplinary approach to clinical problem solving. The focus is on the patient with a craniofacial anomaly whose needs are refractory to solution by the uni-disciplinary approach. The student will work under the tutelage of the staff pediatrician, and have opportunities for interaction with specialists in craniofacial surgery, plastic surgery, orthodontics, behavioral science, computer science, dentistry, genetics, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, pediatrics, and speech and hearing pathology.
INSTRUCTIONAL FEATURES: The student will assist in the work-up of the patient, evaluation and summarization of the data base. Clinical experience will be augmented with seminar sessions covering dysmorphology, epidemiology, speech and hearing problems, genetics, and counseling.
Pediatrics E&M Conference: This is an educational enhancement specifically designed for the M4 student in Pediatrics - a case-based leaerning session designed to focus on issues that you likely will face as residents. All students in pediatrics elective will gather at 8am every Thursday of their rotation in 1208 CSB (12th floor conference room).
Program Number ELEC 649
Program Director: D. Reisberg, D.D.S, firstname.lastname@example.org
REQUIREMENTS HOURLY BREAKDOWN PER WEEK
Duration: 4 Weeks
Lectures/Conferences/Faculty contact: 2
Night Call: No
Students accepted: Min. 0 Max 2
Housestaff used as Faculty?: No
Total hours/week: 28
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION: To inquire about scheduling this elective, please contact Chritopher Hansen, Student Program Coordinator at email@example.com.
Important information for domestic and Canadian medical students: Completed applications will all required documents must be received 4 weeks prior to the start of the elective. Plese plan accordingly to allow your school the necessary processing time for gathering the required documents.