Robin Maier, MD
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Family Medicine
The Family Medicine Clerkship is a 4-week rotation that encompasses the comprehensive and longitudinal care of patients with a special emphasis on care of individuals in the context of families and communities.
The objectives of the course are for students to:
Students participate in patient care at offices and clinics throughout the region, including hospital-based sites and a variety of community-based locations.
|Ambulatory and inpatient clinical experiences||Case-based workshops||Patient-centered medical home exercises||Home visit and family and community assessment|
|Clinical skills workshops||Lectures||Required readings|
Evaluation in this course is based on evaluation of clinical performance by preceptors at community–based sites (70%), modified chart simulated recall oral exam (10%), written exam consisting of 50 multiple–choice items (10%), and documentation of family and community assessments (10%).
Grading: The clerkship is graded Honors, High Pass, Pass, Low Pass, Unsatisfactory.