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Pediatric Allergy, Immunology and Pulmonology – UI Health

Updated: 10/12/15

Completion of the Pediatrics Clerkship.

The purpose of this elective is to develop and enhance the student’s understanding and skills in pathophysiology, physical diagnosis, and management of pediatric allergic, immunologic, and respiratory disease.

By the end of the clinical experience, the student should be able to demonstrate a novice’s level of expertise in data-gathering (history and physical) for an allergy/pulmonology/immunology patient, interpretation of chest x-rays, CT’s, and laboratory studies and the workup and management of children with allergic, immunologic, and respiratory diseases.

Students will participate in 6-7 clinics each week, consults and rounds among the various pediatric units in the hospital (general ward, PICU, NICU). Teaching will be one-on-one with attendings.

Pediatrics E&M Conference (E&M = evaluation and management): This is an educational enhancement specifically designed for the M4 student in Pediatrics – a case-based learning session designed to focus on issues that you likely will face as residents.  All students on pediatrics electives will gather at 8am every Thursday of their rotation in the 5W Pediatrics conference room on the 5th floor of the hospital.

Feedback will be given verbally on a frequent basis and in writing in conjunction with the Dean’s Office generated elective evaluation form.

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Important information for domestic and Canadian medical students: Completed applications with all required documents must be received 4 weeks prior to the start of the elective. Please plan accordingly to allow your school the necessary processing time for gathering the required documents. To inquire about scheduling this elective, please contact Gauri Nagaraj, Student Programs Coordinator at
  • Program Number

    ELEC 653

  • Program Contacts

    Coordinator: Lupe Medina

  • Program Information

    Location: ACMC

    Duration: 4 weeks
    Night Call: No
    Weekends: No
    Students Accepted: Min. 1, Max. 1
    Housestaff Used as Faculty: No
    Lectures/Conferences/Faculty Contact: 10
    Laboratory: 1
    Independent Study: 3
    Outpatient: 20
    Inpatient: 20
    Total Hours/Week: 40-45

    Please review this website prior to your first day.

    Immunization & Compliance forms can be found here.