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Pediatric Clerkship
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Pediatric Rotations
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Internal Medicine Pediatrics (Med-Peds) Residency
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Structure of the Clerkship

This is a six-week clerkship with 20 to 25 students per rotation.

Inpatient Pediatrics
Work one week on one of the three ward teams: Team A, Team B, Team E
Work one week in the Newborn Nursery

Outpatient Pediatrics
Work two weeks in one venue: PACC, Private Practice or Meharry outpatient clinic.

Subspecialty Pediatrics
Work two weeks within one Pediatric Subspecialty:

Adolescent
Cardiology
Emergency medicine
Endocrine/Nephrology
Gastroenterology
Genetics/Development
Hematoloy/Oncology
Infectious Disease
Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU)
Neurology
NICU Follow-up
Pulmonary

Grading and Evaluation
Clinical Evaluations: 60% of grade
NBME Shelf Exam: 20% of grade
MCT Direct Observation: 10%
Reflection: 5%
Student Morning Report: 5%


 



 
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