Faculty Expectations

Responsibilities of Faculty Supervisors of Medical Students

All Faculty, Residents, and Advanced Practice Providers who supervise and/or assess medical students are expected to be familiar with the learning objectives of the course or clerkship in which they are interacting with medical students and should be prepared for their roles in teaching and assessment. Select your clerkship below to view the learning objectives, assessment methods, and Entrustable Professional Activities.

The medical school offers resources designed to enhance teaching and assessment skills. Faculty are encouraged to contact the Office of Faculty Affairs or the Course or Clerkship Director for information on these resources. Similarly, residents can reach out to the Graduate Medical Education Office or their Program Director.

In addition, Faculty supervisors are expected to be familiar with, and adhere to, relevant medical school policies. A listing of key policies is provided below. To view all medical student policies, visit:https://med.umn.edu/md-students/medical-student-policies 

Supervision

Student Supervision During Clinical Activities

Provides clarification on the requirements for supervision and faculty appointments

Mistreatment

Mistreatment and Harassment Policy and Reporting Information

Professionalism

Student Conduct Code

Duty Hours

Duty Hours for Years 3 & 4 Policy

Sensitive Exams

Consent for Sensitive Exams Under Anesthesia

Supervisors will only permit students to perform an educational sensitive exam if consent has been granted and is noted in the medical record. Students will decline exams that are not consented without risking any negative consequences.

Intellectual Responsibility

Procedures for Reporting Ethics Violations to the Peer Review Committee can be found here, in the event that a student, faculty, or staff member witnesses a violation of the Statement of Intellectual Responsibility.

Separation of Roles

Separation of Academic Roles in Providing Healthcare

Ensures the medical school meets all State, Federal, and University of Minnesota requirements regarding the provision of health services, the right of students to the confidentiality of their health information and clarifies the medical school’s responsibility to separate providers of health services from faculty involved in decisions of academic assessment. 

Disability Resources

Accommodation information can be found on the Disability Resource Center website or email drc@umn.edu. If you have, or think you have, a disability in any area such as, mental health, attention, learning, chronic health, sensory, or physical, please contact the DRC office (UM Twin Cities - 612.626.1333) to arrange a confidential discussion regarding equitable access and reasonable accommodations.

The information below is also included in clerkship syllabi in Canvas. If there are any discrepancies, please contact Joe Oppedisano (joppedis@umn.edu) and Jess Blum (jblum@umn.edu)

ADPY 7500: Psychiatry

 Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 

 1. Develop rapport with patients and families, and provide patient and family education, patient advocacy, and demonstrate empathy, caring, and honesty in all patient encounters.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

Patient Care

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

 PC4, PC5

ICS1, ICS2, ICS3

P1, P3, P6

 7

 2. Independently conduct an organized, comprehensive psychiatric history and thorough mental status exam using interview techniques and accurately present patient encounters, verbally and written.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM011: Oral Patient Presentation

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

PC1

KP2

ICS3

P3, P7

1, 5, 6 

 3. Seek and incorporate feedback, engage in self-reflection, and identify gaps in knowledge.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Personal and Professional Development

PBLI1, PBLI2, PBLI5

PPD2

 

 4. Demonstrate self-confidence that puts patients, families, and members of the health care team at ease.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Professionalism

Interprofessional Collaboration

PC5

KP3

P3, P5

IPC1

8, 9 

 5. Demonstrate professional behaviors and the highest ethical standards at all times including timeliness, reliability, and respect.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Professionalism

Personal and Professional Development

P3, P4, P5

PPD2, PPD4 

8, 9 

 6. Apply basic QI methodology to the role of the physician in improving quality and safety in healthcare.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM0 - SMART AIM Statement

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Systems-Based Practice

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PBLI4

SBP2

SCI1 

7, 13 

 7. Describe informed consent and judicial commitment in Minnesota and the limits of confidentiality.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Patient Care

Professionalism

PC5

P4

11 

For the following disorders and conditions including mood, anxiety, neurocognitive, psychotic, personality and eating, substance use/disruptive/paraphilic disorders and psychiatric emergencies, students will be able to:

 8.Develop and prioritize a differential diagnosis by applying principles of psychopathology and knowledge of medical illness.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice 

PC3, PC6

KP1, KP2

 2, 7, 12

 9. Describe the major diagnostic tests and procedures used in treatment including laboratory tests, neuroimaging tests, and psychometrics.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

PC1, PC2

KP1, KP2 

3, 12 

 10. Describe the indications, contraindications, and side effects of somatic treatments such as pharmacological, psychotherapy, and electroconvulsive therapies.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Knowledge for Practice

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

 KP2

ICS3

4, 5, 6, 12 

EMMD 7500: Emergency Medicine

 Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain  Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
 1. Perform clinical evaluation and treat ED patients under supervision of EM faculty or senior residents.

Global Rating Scale (AM002)

Oral Patient Presentation (AM011)

Patient care

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Interprofessional collaboration 

PC1, PC3, PC4, PC6

ICS1, ICS3

IPC1, IPC2

1, 2, 7, 9, 10, 12
 2. Develop understanding of core emergency medicine topics by attending ED lectures, conferences, and readings. Oral Patient Presentation (AM011)

Multi-Source Assessment (AM009)

Practice-based learning and improvement

Professionalism

Interprofessional collaboration

 

PBLI1, PBLI4

P4

IPC2

6, 7 
 3. Perform EM procedures under the supervision of ED faculty or senior residents. Including but not limited to: splinting, venipuncture, and suturing uncomplicated wounds.  Global Rating Scale (AM002)

Narrative Assessment (AM010)

 Patient care

Knowledge for practice

Practice-based learning and improvement

Interprofessional collaboration

PC3, PC4, PC6

KP1, KP3

PBLI1, PBLI5

IPC1, IPC2

5, 11, 12 
 4. Demonstrate effective team leadership and team membership in simulated patient encounters and debriefing of each encounter.  Peer Assessment (AM013)

Narrative Assessment (AM010)
Formal Debriefing

Practice-based learning and improvement

Interpersonal and communication skills

Interprofessional collaboration

Professionalism

PBLI1, PBLI3, PBLI4

ICS2, ICS3

IPC1, IPC2

P5

6, 8, 9 
 5. Practice airway ventilation and vascular access in fresh cadaver lab including but not limited to: basic airway, advanced airway, positive pressure ventilation, cricothyrotomy, needle decompression, chest tube and suturing, and intraosseous infusion.

Practical Laboratory Exam (AM019)

Peer Assessment (AM013)

Global Rating Scale (AM002) 

Patient care

Knowledge for practice

Practice-based learning and improvement

PC3, PC4, PC6

KP1, KP2, KP3

PBLI 1, PBLI2, PBLI5

7, 9, 12 
 6. Recognize and incorporate ethical, social, and diverse perspectives to ensure culturally competent emergency medical care. Global Rating Scale (AM002)

Patient care

Knowledge for practice

Interpersonal and communication skills

Professionalism

PC1, PC3

KP3

ICS3

P1, P4

9, 11, 13

FMCH 7500: Family Medicine

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain  Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
1. Apply the principles of Family Medicine Care: comprehensive, whole-person focused care valuing continuity and communication.   

IM002: Clinical Rotation

AM002: GRS Evaluation

AM012: Session Assessment & Community in FM Assignment

AM017: Mid Clerkship Review & Case Encounters & Activity Form

 

Patient Care

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

PC1, PC3, PC4, PC5, PC6

ICS2, ICS3

P1, P3 

2, 7, 9, 12 
2. Demonstrate competency in advanced elicitation of history, communication, physical examination, and critical thinking skills. 

AM008: Aquifer Exam

AM016: EBM Project

RE005: Aquifer Cases

IM002: Clinical Rotation

AM002: GRS Evaluation

AM017: Mid Clerkship Review & Case Encounters & Activity Form

 

 

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PC1, PC5

KP1

SCI1 

1, 7, 12 
3. Gather information, formulate differential diagnoses, and propose plans for the initial evaluation and management of patients with common presentations. 

AM008: Aquifer Exam

AM016: EBM Project

RE005/IM007/IM008: Aquifer Cases

IM002: Clinical Rotation

AM002: GRS Evaluation

AM012: Session Assessment

AM017: Mid Clerkship Review & Case Encounters & Activity Form

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Systems-Based Practice

PC1, PC4, PC6

KP2

SBP1 

2, 3, 7, 12 
4. Manage follow-up visits with patients having one or more common chronic diseases   

IM002: Clinical Rotation

AM002: GRS Evaluation

AM017: Mid Clerkship Review & Case Encounters & Activity Form

Patient Care

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

PC1, PC4, PC6

KP2

SBP1 

5, 7, 12 
5. Develop evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention plans for patients of any age or gender.   

IM002: Clinical Rotation

AM002: GRS Evaluation

AM012: Community in FM Assignment

AM012: Session Assessment

AM017: Mid Clerkship Review & Case Encounters & Activity Form

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

PC3, PC4, PC5

PBLI3, PBLI4

ICS1, ICS2 

12 
6. Recognize and reflect on challenges to professionalism and physician wellbeing.   

IM020 & IM023: Clinical Experience

AM002: GRS Evaluation

Professionalism

Personal and Professional Development

P4, P6

PPD1, PPD2, PPD4, PPD5

13 

INMD 79XX: Acting Internship in Critical Care

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 

1. Perform the tasks expected of an intern in the respective clinical environment, establish a role as primary provider of patients and communication responsibilities (i.e. hand off, sign out, deliver difficult news medical interpreter for families, etc). 

AM002: Global Rating Scale

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Professionalism

PC1, PC2, PC3, PC4, PC5, PC6

KP1, KP2

PBLI4

P1, P3, P7

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9
2. Triage and differentiate patients requiring urgent or emergent care and initiate assessment and reassessment in simulation and clinical environments; prioritize daily patient task list and clinical problems with a focus on reassessment.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Intentional Observation Exercises

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Systems-Based Practice

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PC1, PC3, PC4

KP1, KP2

SBP1

SCI1

1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 11
3.Seek additional help and recognize own limitations and need for assistance in medical urgencies or emergencies and in daily practice. 

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Online Case Review, Intentional Observation Exercises

AM014: Portfolio

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

PC3, PC5, PC6

KP3

ICS3

P2, P3, P4

7, 10, 13

4.Formulate appropriate initial and ongoing health care plans, including decisions that consider  both restorative and palliative care goals that take into account your individual patient values and goals.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Intentional Observation Exercises

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

PC3, PC4, PC6

KP1, KP2

PBLI1, PBLI3, PBLI5

P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7

1, 2, 7
5.Communicate and coordinate effectively with members of an interprofessional care team and with patients and families, including informed consent discussions.

AM001: System Operation Center

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Intentional Observation Exercises

AM014: Portfolio

Patient Care

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Interprofessional Collaboration

PC5

ICS2, ICS3

IPC1, IPC2

8, 9, 11

6. Demonstrate advanced clinical reasoning that takes into account evolving evidence and standards of care and concept of clinical equipoise and diagnostic uncertainty in complicated clinical conditions.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Online Case Review, Intentional Observation Exercises

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PC3, PC4, PC5

KP1, KP2

PBLI4

SCI1

2, 3, 4, 10

7. Gain experience and familiarity with the approach to and techniques of common ICU procedures, including lines, fluid acquisition and active resuscitation (ACLS, CPR, etc).

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM014: Portfolio

Patient Care

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

PC6

ICS3

P7

11, 12, 13
8. Understand risk-benefit calculus interventions and recognize efforts to mitigate complications with an unrelenting focus of patient safety; identify and report patient and system failures.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Online Case Review, Intentional Observation Exercises

AM014: Portfolio

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

Professionalism

  7, 13

MED 7500: Medicine

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
1. Obtain a focused, organized, and complete patient medical history on patients.

AM02: Clincal Performance

AM10: Narrative Assessment

Patient Care PC1 1
2. Perform a focused, acurrate, and organized physical examination on patients.

AM02: Clincal Performance

AM10: Narrative Assessment

Patient Care PC1 1
3. Interpret common diagnostic studies and apply them to specific patients.

AM02: Clincal Performance

AM10: Narrative Assessment

AM11: Oral Patient Presentation

Patient Care PC2, PC4 3
4. Generate an accurate, prioritized problem list for patients with attention paid to the urgency of each problem.

AM02: Clincal Performance

AM10: Narrative Assessment

AM11: Oral Patient Presentation

Patient Care PC4 10
5. Formulate a reasoned differential diagnosis on specific patients for their major presenting problems.

AM02: Clincal Performance

AM10: Narrative Assessment

AM11: Oral Patient Presentation

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

PC4

KP1, KP2, KP3

2, 3
6. Propose and enact diagnostic and/or treatment plans for patients' diagnoses as part of patients' care, including appropriate utilization of resources.

AM02: Clincal Performance

AM10: Narrative Assessment

AM11: Oral Patient Presentation

Patient Care

Systems-Based Practice

Personal and Professional Development

PC4, PC6

SBP1

PPD5

3, 4

NEUR 7511: Neurology

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
1. Appraise neurological patients through history and physical examination and describe clinical profiles of common neurological disorders.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM006: Neurological Examination Skills

AM012: Participation in MedEd Cases and Small Group Discussion

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Professionalism

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Professionalism

Interprofessional Collaboration

1, 5, 12
2. Analyze the value, limitations, indications, and contraindications of common diagnostic procedures (LP, EEG, EMG, and neuroimaging techniques).

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Participation in MedEd Cases and Small Group Discussion

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

KP1, KP2

PBLI4

SCI1

3, 7
3. Develop differential diagnosis and management plan informed by the history, general physical exam, neurological exam, laboratory and specialized diagnostic procedures.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM011: Oral Patient Presentation

AM012: Participation in MedEd Cases and Small Group Discussion

Patient Care

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

PC6

PBLI1, PBLI4, PBLI5

ICS3

2, 5, 6, 12
4. Identify, assess, and formulate management plans for neurological disorders: CVA/TIA (stroke), dementia, meningitis/encephalitis, movement disorders, peripheral nerve/ neuromuscular disorders, and seizure disorder.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM011: Oral Patient Presentation

AM012: Participation in MedEd Cases and Small Group Discussion

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

Systems-Based Practice

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PC3, PC4, PC6

KP1, KP2

PBLI 3, PBLI4

ICS1

P1, P3, P4, P6, P7

SBP1

SCI1

7, 8, 10, 12
5. Differentiate situations appropriate for neurologic consultation, determine the urgency of the consultation, and define the role of the consultant.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM006: Neurological Examination Skills

AM011: Oral Patient Presentation

AM012: Participation in MedEd Cases and Small Group Discussion

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Professionalism

Interprofessional Collaboration

PC3, PC4

KP1, KP2

P3, P5, P6

IPC1, IPC2

9, 10, 12

OBST 7500: Obstetrics & Gynecology

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
1. Develop competence in the medical interview and physical examination of women, including performing a breast and pelvic examination.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

AM010: Observed Patient Encounters

Patient Care

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

PC1

PBLI1, PBLI2

ICS1, ICS2, ICS3

P1, P2, P4, P6

1, 5, 7, 12
2. Propose preventative care for women and applicable, age-appropriate screening.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

IM001/RE018: APGO Cases

IM019: Problem-Based Learning Cases

AM008: NBME Shelf Exam

AM010: Observed Patient Encounters

AM 002: Quality Improvement Initiative

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Professionalism

PC1, PC5

KP1, KP2

PBLI3, PBLI4

P3

3, 7, 9
3.Recommend and interpret common diagnostic outcomes based on the physiological changes of pregnancy.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

IM001/RE018: APGO Cases

IM019: Problem-Based Learning Cases

AM008: NBME Shelf Exam

AM010: Observed Patient Encounters

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PC2

KP2

SCI1

2, 3, 6, 7, 12
4. Engage in prenatal, intrapartum and postpartum care for mother.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

IM001/RE018: APGO Cases

AM008: NBME Shelf Exam

AM010: Observed Patient Encounters

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

PC3, PC4, PC6

KP1

PBLI4

ICS1, ICS2, ICS3

3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12
5. Formulate a differential diagnosis and management plan for common, benign gynecologic conditions.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

IM001/RE018: APGO Cases

IM019: Problem-Based Learning Cases

AM008: NBME Shelf Exam

AM010: Observed Patient Encounters

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

PC3, PC4, PC5, PC6

KP1, KP2

PBLI4, PBLI5

2, 3, 4, 12
6. Demonstrate perioperative care and familiarity with gynecological procedures.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

IM001/RE018: APGO Cases

AM008: NBME Shelf Exam

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

PC2

KP1, KP2

PBLI1, PBLI4, PBLI5

3, 7, 9, 11, 12
7. Provide culturally competent care for women across the lifespan including diverse ethical and social perspectives.

AM009: Global Rating Scale

AM010: Observed Patient Encounters

AM 002: Quality Improvement Initiative

Knowledge for Practice

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

Personal and Professional Development

KP3

ICS3

P1, P2, P3, P4, P6

PPD1, PPD2

9, 11, 13

PED 7501: Pediatrics

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
1. Obtain, interpret, and prioritize information to guide care.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM002: EPA Assessment

Patient care

PC1, PC2, PC3, PC4 1, 2, 3
2. Propose diagnostic and therapeutic plans and collaborate with the patient, family, and health care team to finalize and effectively carry out these plans.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

AM011: Case presentation

Patient care

Systems-Based Practice

PC3, PC4, PC6

P3

IPC2

3, 4, 6
3. Investigate, refine, and apply knowledge of foundational, clinical, population, and socio-behavioral sciences to the care of patients and families.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

AM011: Case presentation

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

KP1, KP2, KP3

PBLI1, PBLI 4

SCI1

2, 3, 6, 7
4. Communicate effectively with patients, families, and the health care team to support shared understanding, decision-making, and collaborative care

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Interprofessional Collaboration

PC5

PBLI 3

ICS1, ICS2, ICS3

6, 8, 9, 11
5. Demonstrate a compassionate, reliable, trustworthy, and ethical professional identity. AM002: Global Rating Scale 

Professionalism

Personal and Professional Development

P1, P2, P3, P4, P5 8, 9, 11, 13
6. Identify and implement strategies to sustain lifelong professional and personal growth.

AM002: Global Rating Scale 

AM011: Case presentation

AM002: EPA Assessment

Personal and Professional Development

PBLI 1, PBLI2, PBLI 4

PPD5

SCI1

2, 6, 7

SURG 7500: Surgery

 

Clerkship Learning Objective Instructional & Assessment Methods  Graduation Competencies Graduation Competencies Subdomain Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) 
Objectives 1-5: Recognize, diagnose, and begin care for surgery patients.    
1. Summarize key patient information from 15 core content topics in general surgery. AM002: Global Rating Scale

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

KP1, KP2

PBLI4 

1, 12 
2. Interpret common diagnostic studies and apply them to specific patients. AM002: Global Rating Scale Patient Care PC2, PC4 
3. Propose diagnostic and/or treatment plans for patients’ diagnoses as part of patients’ care. AM002: Global Rating Scale Patient Care PC4, PC6 3, 4 
4. Generate an accurate prioritized problem list for patients with attention paid to the urgency of each problem  AM002: Global Rating Scale Patient Care PC3  10 
5. Apply knowledge including pathophysiology of disease and standards of diagnosis and treatment to specific patient scenarios.  AM002: Global Rating Scale Knowledge for Practice  KP1, KP2, KP3 2, 3 
6. Formulate a reasoned differential diagnosis on specific patients for their major presenting problems. AM002: Global Rating Scale

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice 

PC4

KP1 

2, 3 
7. Conduct a thorough history and physical exam.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM003: OSATS Clinical Exam

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

PC1, PC4, PC5

KP2

PBLI1, PBLI3 

1, 3, 7 
8. Conduct a focused exam of the chest and abdomen. AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM003: OSATS Clinical Exam

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice  

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

PC1, PC4, PC5

KP2

PBLI1, PBLI3 

1, 3, 7 
9. Formulate a plan for pre and post-operative patients.  AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM003: OSATS Clinical Exam

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Scientific and Clinical Inquiry

PC2, PC4, PC6

KP1, KP2

PBLI4, PBLI5

SCI1 

3, 4, 5, 6 
10. Execute specific procedural skills performed at bedside and in the operating room. AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM003: OSATS Clinical Exam

Patient Care

Knowledge for Practice

Professionalism

PC3, PC4, PC6

KP2, KP3

P6 

8, 12 
11. Practice knot tying and suturing in preparation for clinical rotation and technical exam.  AM003: OSATS Clinical Exam Practice-Based Learning and Improvement 

PBLI1, PBLI2, PBLI5 

12 
Objectives 12-14: Function as a junior member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team.     
12. Actively support those you work with and seek to learn from them.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Professionalism/ Misconduct

Professionalism

Interprofessional Collaboration 

P1, P3, P5, P7

IPC1, IPC2 

13. Appraise when to refer a patient and/or call for consultation or help.

AM002: Global Rating Scale

AM012: Professionalism/ Misconduct

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

Interprofessional Collaboration

Personal and Professional Development 

PBLI1, PBLI2, PBLI5

IPC1, IPC2

PPD2, PPD4, PPD5

7, 8, 9, 12 
14. Exhibit professional behavior at all times including but not limited to dress, interpersonal skills, and communication with patients and team members.  AM012: Professionalism/ Misconduct

Knowledge for Practice

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Professionalism

Personal and Professional Development 

KP3

ICS1, ICS3

P1, P2, P4, P7

PPD3, PPD4, PPD5 

9, 12 
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