William R. McIvor, MD, FASA
Department of Anesthesiology
This 2-week clerkship is designed to help the student develop proficiency in common anesthesiology procedures, including airway management and intravenous cannulation.
Teaching with attending physicians and residents occurs in conferences, the operating room, at the bedside, and in small groups.
- Demonstrate proficiency in common anesthesiology procedures, including airway management and intravenous cannulation.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the approach to preoperative evaluation of patients to anesthesia.
- Clinical experiences
- Small groups
- Simulation sessions
The Anesthesiology evaluation is based on feedback from faculty and residents and a written exam. Anesthesiology evaluations are split equally (50% each) on clinical performance and in-house exam.
Grading: The clerkship is graded Honors, High Satisfactory, Satisfactory, Low Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory.
Shawn Beaman, MD, FASA is a member of the UPSOM Academy of Master Educators.