Catalog Description: Most of the teaching and learning will be accomplished by daily patient care activities at one of the three affiliated hospitals. Students will participate in the regularly scheduled weekly didactic conferences in the department. Independent study is expected and encouraged. This elective will be useful to students planning a career in a primary care specialty or dermatology.
Students interested in pursuing a residency in dermatology are strongly encouraged to take the Dermatology preceptorship course as early as possible in their 3rd year of medical school training. This will allow adequate time to move on to the Advanced Dermatology course in their 4th year.
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|Site Code||Site Name||Notes|
|HH-1005||Hennepin Healthcare Clinic and Specialty Center|
|VA-1000||VA Medical Center|
|CO-1073||All students go to the CSC and Discovery Clinic and may also be assigned to other M Health Fairview clinics off campus. See * below the table for more details.|
*For students placed within the M Health Fairview system: In addition to being scheduled in Dermatology provider clinics on the University campus, you may also potentially be assigned to Dermatology provider clinics that are off campus and may be located in suburban communities (see above). Please notify the course director, Dr. Maria Hordinsky, and the course coordinator as soon as possible if transportation will be an issue during your rotation so they can notify the department scheduler.
Required session attendance: Students are required to attend Orientation, resident didactics on Wednesday and Friday afternoons and Thursday morning student lectures.
Typical weekly schedule/Delivery Mode: M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm
Direct patient care: Yes
Consent Requirement: Open to student scheduling
Grading Scale: H/E/S/N
Allow repetition of course: Repetition not allowed
Course equivalency: Does not apply