M3 Pediatric Clerkship
Education Office 734-763-7512
Medical Professional Building, 3rd floor
The Department of Pediatrics strives to provide outstanding educational experiences for medical students. The core clinical rotation incorporates a variety of educational opportunities in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, allowing students to develop knowledge about growth, development and common pediatric diseases and skills in pediatric patient care. During their senior electives, students can further develop their knowledge and skills during specialty electives and sub-internships.
Information about the Visiting Students Program can be found here.
Information about Global Reach Mission and Metrics can be found here.
Information about Evaluations of Students can be found here.
Information about Evaluations from Students can be found here.
Pediatric Interest Group
Shadowing experiences in the Asthma Clinic, Pediatric Emergency Room and Pediatric Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic.The Pediatric Interest Group is intended to help medical students learn more about the field of Pediatrics and the care of children. Yearly activities include:
- A faculty/house officer shadowing program for M1 and M2 students interested in learning more about pediatrics.
- Subspecialty information dinners
- Pediatric Research informational panel
- Pediatric Physical Exam night
- M4 panel for M1 and M2 students interested in pediatrics
The faculty advisors are Jessica Fealy and Jocelyn Schiller. The M2 student leaders for the 2016-2017 academic year are Hannah Cottrell and Nathan Rietberg. Please contact any of us if you are interested in getting involved.