PED 7800

Acting Intern Pediatrics

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Alexandra Behrend
Course Coordinator
pedstud@umn.edu

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Prerequisites: 

Completion of all MS3 core clerkships

    Details

    *Waitlist is available.  To be added, send an email to pedstud@umn.edu with a list of periods when you would be able to enroll in PED 7800.  You will be contacted as space is available.*

    Catalog Description: The Advanced Selective in Pediatrics is an opportunity for students to serve patients in a community-based inpatient setting. Advanced selective students will take on the responsibility of an acting intern on the pediatrics inpatients team and may rotate through other pediatric services. They will collaborate with pediatric and medicine-pediatric interns and medical students in their foundational training. They will be supervised by pediatric and medicine-pediatric senior residents and faculty attendings.

    Sites:

    View site addresses by clicking on the site name below or visiting the site codes table.

    Site Code

    Site Name

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    AS-1000

    Site will be assigned after drop/add deadline.

    Sites will be determined via site preference survey sent prior to the rotation start date. See below for sites you may be assigned to after drop/add deadline

    MF-1056 (FU)

    M Health Fairview Masonic Children's Hospital

     

    CM-1000 (MC)

    Children's Minnesota - Minneapolis Hospital  

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    Typical weekly schedule/Delivery Mode: Days, nights, and weekends, 60 hours per week

    Direct patient care:  Yes

    Consent Requirement (arranged or open to student scheduling): Open to student scheduling

    Course Objectives: By the end of this rotation, students will be able to provide comprehensive care to children and families in a general pediatric inpatient setting, specifically:

    • Provide patient-centered care that is compassionate, appropriate, and effective for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of health

    • Gather essential and accurate information about patients and their conditions through history-taking, physical examination, and the use of laboratory data, imaging, and other tests

    • Organize and prioritize responsibilities to provide care that is safe, effective, and efficient

    • Make informed decisions about diagnostic and therapeutic interventions based on patient information and preferences, up-to-date scientific evidence, and clinical judgment

    • Interpret laboratory data, imaging studies, and other tests required for the area of practice

    • Develop and carry out patient management plans

    • Counsel and educate patients and their families to empower them to participate in their care and enable shared decision making

    • Demonstrate an investigatory and analytic approach to clinical situations

    • Identify and perform learning activities that address one's gaps in knowledge, skills, and/or attitudes

    • Locate, appraise, and assimilate evidence from scientific studies related to patients' health problems

    • Demonstrate interpersonal and communication skills that result in the effective exchange of information and collaboration with patients, their families, and health professionals

    • Incorporate feedback into daily practice

    Graded Components: 

    • Method for assessment of clinical performance: Clinical assessment by faculty using the Global Rating Scale (GRS)
    • Other summative assessment items: Core EPA supervision levels at the end of each supervisory period by at least 3 faculty attendings and 1 supervising resident

    Grading Scale: H/E/S/N

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    Allow repetition of course: Repetition not allowed

    Limited to Student Type: No

    Course equivalency: N/A

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    Course evaluation: MedHub