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    • Department of Pediatrics Pediatric Clerkship Executive Committee on Curriculum June 2001
    • Pediatric Education Section
      • Jeffrey Longacre, MD
      • LTC, MC, USA
      • Pediatric Clerkship Director
      • Executive Committee on Curriculum Documents
      • Clerkship Survey
      • School of Medicine Objectives Grid
    • Pediatric Education Section Department of Pediatrics, USU
      • Jeff Longacre, MD
      • LTC, MC, USA
      • Clerkship Director
      • Woodson Jones, MD
      • LtCol (sel), USAF, MC
      • NCA Site Director
      • Virginia Randall, MD
      • COL, MC, USA
      • NCA Site Director
      • Christine Johnson, MD
      • Maj, USAF, MC
      • NCA Site Director
    • Pediatric Clerkship Training Sites
      • Keesler Air Force Medical Center, Biloxi, MS
      • Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA
      • National Capital Area, Bethesda, MD and Washington, DC
      • Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Portsmouth, VA
      • Naval Medical Center San Diego, San Diego, CA
      • San Antonio Health Education Consortium, San Antonio, TX
      • Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, HI
    • Pediatric Clerkship Materials and Resources
      • Educational Materials
      • COMSEP Curriculum
      • Student Study Guide
        • Clerkship Goals
        • Educational Resources
        • Learning Activities
        • Evaluation Guidelines
      • Administrative Forms
      • End of Clerkship Critiques
      • Case-based Interactive Learning Scenario (CBILS) Critiques
      • Faculty Guides
      • Written and Oral Presentation Guidelines
    • Clerkship Objectives and the Relationship to USU SOM Objectives
      • Goals of the Pediatric Clerkship
      • (Study Guide)
      • Relationship to the School of Medicine Objectives
      • (USU SOM Objectives Grid)
      • Relationship to the Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) Objectives
      • (Clerkship Matrix)
      • (Underlined items contain hyperlinks to those documents)
    • Clerkship Teaching Methods and Formats
      • Clinical Experiences
        • Direct patient care
          • Newborn nursery (1 week)
          • Inpatient pediatric ward (2 weeks)
          • Ambulatory pediatric clinic (3 weeks)
        • Daily patient rounds with faculty/residents
      • Daily didactic sessions
      • Pediatric Grand Rounds
      • Issued text books
    • Clerkship Teaching Methods and Formats
      • Case-based Interactive Learning Scenarios (CBILS)
      • Cardiac Auscultation Module (SimCenter)
      • Web-based lectures
      • Web-based quizzes
      • Resources provided to each site
        • Case-based problem solving texts
        • Case-based interactive CD-ROMs
    • Formative Evaluation
      • Daily Precepted Clinical Encounters
      • Structured Clinical Observations (SCO’s)
      • Standardized Patient Encounters (SPE’s)
      • Cardiac Auscultation Module (CAM)
      • Weekly Learner-mentor Meetings
    • Summative Evaluation
      • NBME End of Clerkship Examination
      • Comprehensive Written History and Physical Examination
      • Oral Presentation
      • Clinical Performance
    • Student Critique and Feedback
      • Verbal feedback about the clerkship sought at weekly meetings
      • Written feedback obtained from end of clerkship critique, which addresses:
        • Curriculum content
        • Clerkship mechanics and communication
        • Specific teaching site issues
        • Faculty performance
    • Clerkship Comparability
      • Guidebook for Clerkship Directors
      • Annual Site Director Retreat at USU
        • Active Issues
        • Standardization
        • Faculty Development
        • Regular Contact between Clerkship Director and Site Directors
          • Curriculum Changes
          • Student Performance Review
          • Standardization
            • Curriculum
            • Grade Distribution
        • Local Site Issues Affecting Experience
    • Clerkship Comparability
      • Intrasite
        • Student Feedback (intrasite)
        • Faculty/Student Mix
        • Student/Patient Mix
      • Intersite
        • Curriculum Standardization
        • Standardized Forms
        • Web-based Teaching Resources
      • External
        • COMSEP Curriculum
        • NBME Performance
        • Specialty Selection
    • Coordination with Other Disciplines
      • Inpatient
        • Teaching Rounds
          • Radiology, Surgery, Obstetrics, Emergency Dept
      • Outpatient
        • Clinic Opportunities
          • Dermatology, Neurology, Otolaryngology
    • Current Innovative Interventions
      • Structured Clinical Observations
      • Standardized/Simulated Patient Encounters
      • Cardiac Auscultation Module
    • Proposed Innovative Interventions
      • Evidence-based Medicine Module
      • Environmental Medicine Module
      • Humanitarian Assistance Module
    • Clerkship Strengths and Weaknesses
      • Strengths
        • Geographical Diversity
          • Exposure
        • Committed Chair
        • Devoted and Talented Section
          • Medical Education
          • Scholarship
          • Leadership
      • Weaknesses
        • Intrinsic demands on Site Directors
        • Geographical Diversity
          • Standardization
          • Communication
        • Interdisciplinary Endeavors
    • Clerkship Five Year Plan
      • Pediatric Education Section envisions leading the University in both quality and innovative medical education and educational scholarship.
      • Pediatric Education will be the model of a learner- focused, case-based, interactive curriculum that is a component of a continuous, horizontal, interdisciplinary pediatric curriculum that is an integral part of the USU curriculum.