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Adolescent Medicine Learning Resources
A searchable index of presentations, lectures, patient handouts, rotation handbooks, didactics and more. In the Learning Database, select Adolescent Medicine from the "Specialty" drop down menu to see a list of related articles. (VUnet ID required to download some articles.)

Medical Students

Vanderbilt Medical students work with our faculty in several clinical rotations. During the first year these include Continuity Clinical Experience (CCX) and the Vanderbilt Program in lnterprofessional Learning (VPIL). Students also rotate in the Adolescent and Young Adult Health Clinic during the Core Clinical Clerkship phase either as part of the Pediatrics Rotation or as a two weeks elective (Adolescent Medicine Elective, Young Women's Health Elective).

Senior Medical students can rotate in the Adblescent and Young Adult Health clinic through several courses including

  • Adolescent Medicine Advanced Clinical elective
  • Primary Care elective
  • Integrated Science Course (Mary)

Residents

Vanderbilt Categorical Pediatric Residents work in the Adolescent Young Adult health clinic for two weeks as PGy-1 and two weeks as PGY3.

Vanderbilt Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residents work for one month rotation during their PGY3.

Vanderbilt Pediatric Neurology Residents work in our clinic for two weeks as PGYl and two weeks as PGY2.

View the resident curriculum.

Fellows

Sports Medicine Fellowship trainees can spend their first year training in our clinic to fulfill the primary care requirement.

Social Work Students

One social work students rotates in our clinic as part of the VPIL course Nurse Practioner Students One NP student rotates in our clinic as part of the VPIL course.

Primary care NP students also spend two to three days in our clinic as part of their pediatric primary care rotation. Additional time can be arranged for students with a particular interest.

Pharmacy students

One Pharm D student rotates with us as part of the VPIL course.



 
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