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Overview of MD Program at Stanford University Medical School 2010-2011

Overview of MD Program at Stanford University Medical School 2010-2011

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  • 1. M.D. Experience @Stanford
    Office of Student Services
    Stanford University School of Medicine
    2010 - 2011
  • 2. Success Factors
  • 3. Creating Outstanding Clinicians
  • 4. Curriculum: Core Aspects
  • 5. Objectives of Curriculum
  • 6. Curriculum: Learning Modules
    • Each area of learning “Blocks” span one or more quarters
    • 7. Begins with Foundations of Medicine then progresses outward
  • Curriculum Over Time
    Year 1
    Autumn
    Winter
    Spring
    Human Health & Disease I
    Foundations of Medicine I
    Foundations of Medicine II
    • Nervous System
    • 8. Immunology
    • 9. Gross Anatomy of Head & Neck
    • 10. Intro. To Organ Systems
    • 11. Cells to Tissue
    • 12. Molecular Foundation of Medicine
    • 13. Genetics
    • 14. Development & Disease Mechanisms
    • 15. Pulmonary
    • 16. Cardiovascular
    Gross Anatomy
    Practice of Medicine I
    Practice of Medicine III
    Practice of Medicine II
    Scholarly Concentrations
    Autumn
    Winter
    Spring
    Year 2
    Practice of Medicine VI
    Human Health & Disease II
    Human Health & Disease II
    • Renal/Genitourinary
    • 17. Gastrointestinal/Liver
    • 18. Skin/Endocrine/Reproductive
    • 19. Systems – Women’s Health
    • 20. Brain and Behavior
    • 21. Hematology
    • 22. Systemic Infections
    April: One month intensive prep. for clerkships
    May:
    • USMLE prep.
    • 23. Begin clerkships
    Practice of Medicine V
    Transition to Clinical Clerkships
    Practice of Medicine IV
    Scholarly Concentrations
    Year 3, 4,
    (5) optional
    Clinical Clerkships
    8 Weeks
    • Internal Medicine
    • 24. Pediatrics
    • 25. Surgery
    6 Weeks
    Obstetrics and Gynecology
    4 Weeks
    • Family Medicine
    • 26. Psychiatry
    • 27. Neurology
    • 28. Critical Care
    Selectives
    • Ambulatory Practice (8 weeks)
    • 29. Subinternship
    Electives
    Reflections, Research and Advances in Patient Care (RRAP)
    Scholarly Concentrations
  • 30. Patient Care Opportunities
  • 31. Training in Patient Care
    Reflections, Research and Advances in Patient Care
  • 32. Diverse Patient Care Settings
    • Ranked 15th top hospital by U.S. News & World Report
    • 33. Medi-Cal/Medicare
    • 34. Over 42,000 ER visits annually
    • 35. Public county hospital
    • 36. 576 Beds
    • 37. Medi-CalMedicare
    • 38. Ability to Pay Program
    • 39. 900 beds
    • 40. 100 bed homeless domiciliary
    • 41. 85,000 veterans enrolled
    • 42. HMO
    • 43. 327 bed acute care
    • 44. 289,000 members
  • Major Medical Facilities
    Kaiser Santa Clara
    Santa Clara
    Valley Medical Center
    Stanford University Hospital
    Arbor & Pacific Free Clinics
    Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital
    VA Hospital
  • 45. The Patient Care Experience
    “I could access anyone from whom I wanted to learn something.”
    “You feel well prepared to participate and handle patients of all types.”
    “I felt very active in patient care, especially underserved patients”
    “The clinical rotations in 15 months provided me a lot of flexibility”
    “I felt I got all the support I needed to excel.”
    “[Stanford’s] curriculum develops your mastery of patient care skills and transitions you quickly into actual care.”
    “There was a lot of variety: from breakthrough drugs for leukemia to seeing the uninsured”
    Michael Galvez, Medical Student
  • 46. Supporting Our Students
  • 47.
    • Course Selection
    • 48. Organize Clerkships
    • 49. Student Life
    • 50. Organize Student Activities
    • 51. Support Student Groups
    • 52. Financial Aid
    • 53. Optimizing your learning style
    • 54. Develop learning techniques
    • 55. Develop student leaders from diverse backgrounds
    • 56. Projects on health inequities
    • 57. Expand diversity of health professionals
    • 58. Customize your path to MD
    • 59. Personalize opportunities
    • 60. Mentoring by dedicated faculty advisor
    • 61. Support Residency Application
    Student Support
    • Quarterly funding
    • 62. Faculty directed research
    • 63. Travel Fellowships
  • Student Life @Stanford
    “Students are very well supported financially through grants for research and provided a lot of guidance in their fields.”
    -Geoff Krampitz
    “Having Wednesdays ‘off’ means time to explore interests. I took ‘Cost Effectiveness of Healthcare’ at the business school and plan on taking more.”
    Joslyn Woodward
    “Overall, there is an
    energy that encourages everyone to contribute to the environment here.”
    -Emily Tsai
  • 64. Alumni Perspective
    “Stanford is ahead of thought leadership on health system reform and medical education”
    “I absolutely recommend Stanford for medical school. It builds confidence and courage you need as a physician.”
    “The school really supports an intellectually and personally fulfilling life.”
    “Stanford takes good care of people who have goals but also want a whole life, and explore opportunities in other departments.”
    Linda Hawes Clever M.D.
    Clinical Professor, UCSF
    Internal and Occupational Medicine
    Author, “The Fatigue Prescription”
    “What’s quite unique (compared to other schools) is the close relationship between faculty and students. Students feel respected and valued.”
  • 65. Questions?
    Contact us at:
    • http://med.stanford.edu/md/
    • 66. 1-650-723-6861
    • 67. mdadmissions@stanford.edu