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02-282TLC MEDICINE LONGITUDINAL CLERKSHIP
Department MEDICINE Campus Tuscaloosa
Course Type(s) Clerkship Facility
Course Director GRIER STEWART, MD Enrollment Limit 6
Contact ASHLEY GALBRAITH Enrollment Minimum 2
Email jagalbraith@ua.edu Address University Medical Center
850 Peter Bryce Blvd.
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Phone (205) 348-1287 Fax (205) 348-5160
Weeks
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Prerequisites * * * WRITTEN APPROVAL REQUIRED * * * Acceptance into TLC2, successful completion of the first two years of medical school and USMLE STEP 1. 
Visiting Students
No LCME students accepted.
No osteopathic students accepted.
Course Description The longitudinal internal medicine program has as its purpose the education of students and residents in the clinical process of investigating and managing illness in an individual over a sustain period of time. This process requires the ability to obtain a complete history; perform a complete and accurate physical examination; record obtained data properly in the format of the problem-oriented medical record; and communicate these date, both orally and in writing, to colleagues and others in a well-ordered and succinct manner. To complement this primary purpose, the program's faculty, and students develop a long-term relationship with preceptors who facilitate clinical learning experiences throughout the year. Student engage in the systematic and long-term study of disease processes, the natural history of disease, the delivery of effective care, preventive medicine, and patient education. These educational research efforts are supported by following patients in a longitudinal manner through both inpatient and ambulatory settings.
Where To Report Contact Brook Hubner: 205-348-1384 or bhubner@cchs.ua.edu
Requirements To include but not limited to
- Attendance at all scheduled activities (clinics, rounds, lectures, etc.)
- Completion of patient writeups as assigned
- Completion of online cases as assigned
- Case presentations as assigned
- Completion of required patient encounters (patient logs)
Evaluation Clinical Component - 70%. NBME Shelf Exam - 30%.
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