Faculty Teaching Opportunities

The delivery of outstanding education remains a fundamental goal of the Department of Medicine. The Department has a rich heritage of educating medical students, graduate students, residents, and fellows. 

This portion of the website provides details for each teaching role in the Department of Medicine-sponsored courses and clerkships. It is intended to provide all site visitors with the breadth of involvement in all phases of undergraduate medical training. Also, this site encourages recruitment by allowing faculty members to learn more about faculty teaching roles. Other valued teaching, not mentioned on this part of the site, include roles in residency training, fellowship training, and elective student programs.

Faculty members are encouraged to contribute to areas for which they are best suited.

Courses:

Science and Skills for Medicine
The Core Principles of Medicine Course provides students with the fundamental knowledge to become effective clinician-scientists.

Practice of Medicine (POM)
POM focuses on teaching bedside skills, communication, and epidemiology among many other important aspects of practicing medicine.

Medicine Clerkship
Faculty members guide students through the diagnostic and therapeutic process at the bedside while stressing basic scientific principles.

Ambulatory Care Clerkship
Students become familiar with practicing medicine in the outpatient setting and review the principles of adult primary care.

Critical Care Clerkship
Critical Care introduces the student to the care of patients in the intensive care unit.

Advanced Medicine Clerkship
Students learn to function as an intern on a general medicine inpatient ward.