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  • Schedule for a typical week for a first year medical student.
  • 2013 2014 orientation

    1. 1. Orientation to UCSD School of Medicine founded 1968 Carolyn J. Kelly, M.D. Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs
    2. 2. Enjoy your day at UCSD!
    3. 3. Medical Education building
    4. 4. Year four of the Integrated Scientific Curriculum • Foster an integrated appreciation of medicine and the science that underlies it • Change pedagogy to increase active learning, integrate basic and clinical science, and create a much more coherent and valuable 4 year experience • Create new models of mentoring, advising, and longitudinal education to facilitate professional development and personal growth
    5. 5. Integrated Scientific Curriculum • Foster an integrated appreciation of medicine and the science that underlies it • Change pedagogy to increase active learning, integrate basic and clinical science, and create a much more coherent and valuable 4 year experience • Create new models of mentoring, advising, and longitudinal education to facilitate professional development and personal growth
    6. 6. Contents of Each Organ System Block • Cross disciplinary approaches to a specific organ or system – Anatomy – Physiology – Biochemistry – Genetics – Histology – Pharmacology – And more
    7. 7. Methods of Instruction • Lecture • Small group – Seminar – Case-based learning • Problem-based learning • Labs • Assigned reading and exercises • Self-directed reading/inquiry
    8. 8. Elective Curriculum  Huge array of electives  Preclinical  Clinical  Opportunity to explore and customize your medical education
    9. 9. Community outreach programs • Award winning Free clinic project • Elective course • Service learning • Model for similar endeavors at other schools
    10. 10. Integrated Scientific Curriculum • Foster an integrated appreciation of medicine and the science that underlies it • Change pedagogy to increase active learning, integrate basic and clinical science, and create a much more coherent and valuable 4 year experience • Create new models of mentoring, advising, and longitudinal education to facilitate professional development and personal growth
    11. 11. Clinical facilities for third year
    12. 12. Independent Study Project (ISP) • Independent scholarly, creative activity by student • Broad range of acceptable venues, including – Scientific research – Medical education – Community service – Analysis of a medical problem – Focused clinical multidisciplinary ISP
    13. 13. Dual degree programs • MSTP • PRIME-Health Equities • Masters in: – Public Health (SDSU, UCB, Harvard SPH, other) – Leadership of Healthcare Organizations – Advanced Studies in Clinical Research
    14. 14. Postgraduate Specialty Choices • Medicine • Surgery • Pediatrics • ObGyn • Neurology • Psychiatry • Family Medicine • Urology • Radiation oncology • Radiology • Anesthesiology • Pathology • Dermatology • Orthopedics • Neurosurgery • Otolaryngology • Ophthalmology • PM&R
    15. 15. Academic communities Dr. Joseph Ciacci Dr. Charlie Goldberg Dr. Kama Guluma Dr. Marianne McKennett -PRIME students and regular MD students Dr. Lori Wan -MSTP students and regular MD students Dr. Sunny Smith • Academic communities – Mentoring, advising, cou nseling – Service learning – Small groups for Practice of Medicine, Primary Care, Principles to Practice – Vertical integration with students from all years
    16. 16. Academic Community Directors
    17. 17. Office of Student Affairs • Support for the Academic Communities • Student life activities/student organizations • Careers in Medicine program
    18. 18. Financial Aid • 90% of students receive Financial Aid • Allocations based on need • Initial package typically similar through to the end of medical school • Merit based scholarships • UCSD ~10%tile in average graduating debt for students from public medical schools
    19. 19. Housing for UCSD medical students • Five major UCSD owned facilities – Rita Atkinson Residences – One Miramar Place – Mesa apartments – Warren apartments – Coast apartments • See http://hdh.ucsd.edu/arch/gradhousing.asp for details • Other apartments and condominiums in area/housing forum and swap meet
    20. 20. Multiple Mini Interviews • 32 students per interview day; 8 stations • Schedule of day: – 8-8:45 AM Meet with Associate Dean to answer questions about the school – 9 AM-10:30 AM First group of 16 students does MMI – 10:40 AM-12 noon Second group of 16 students does MMI • Lunch with students • Tour of Medical Education Building and campus • Student Run Free Clinic Video (optional)
    21. 21. Multiple Mini Interviews • The goal is to create a more standardized interview experience for applicants • Most applicants find this approach to be more “fair” • Remember that the raters at each station will not have read your applications • We are adopting this approach after piloting it for the past two years
    22. 22. Thanks for your attention! We look forward to answering your questions about UCSD School of Medicine on your interview day.

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