M.D. Experience @Stanford<br />Office of Student Services<br />Stanford University School of Medicine<br />2010 - 2011<br />
Success Factors<br />
Creating Outstanding Clinicians<br />
Curriculum: Core Aspects<br />
Objectives of Curriculum<br />
Curriculum: Learning Modules<br /><ul><li>Each area of learning “Blocks” span one or more quarters
Begins with Foundations of Medicine then progresses outward</li></li></ul><li>Curriculum Over Time<br />Year 1<br />Autumn...
Immunology
Gross Anatomy of Head & Neck
Intro. To Organ Systems
Cells to Tissue
Molecular Foundation of Medicine
Genetics
Development & Disease Mechanisms
Pulmonary
Cardiovascular</li></ul>Gross Anatomy<br />Practice of Medicine I<br />Practice of Medicine III<br />Practice of Medicine ...
Gastrointestinal/Liver
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MD Experience @Stanford

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

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