Clinical Performance - Percent of Final Grade 60%
Inpatient Attending Evaluation 25%
Inpatient Resident Evaluation 10%
Outpatient Attending Evaluation 15%
Newborn - Attending Evaluation 10%
In general, a score above 80 is required to be eligible for a grade of Honors. Attaining such scores does NOT guarantee a grade of Honors.
Departmental Requirements 20%
Team Based Learning 5%
Outpatient Progress Note 5%
Inpatient H&P 5%
Professionalism: Attendance/CLIPP Cases/ Patient Logs/Lapses of Professionalism/Final Evaluation of Clerkship 5%
The grade will be extrapolated from standard evaluation forms that are completed based on observations made by faculty and house staff involved in the students' pediatric rotations. Any unexcused absence will be considered a professionalism issue. Many clinical grades are given after the attendings meet together as a group. One person is then assigned to formally enter the grade.
INPATIENT Subspecialty grade - If you work closely with a subspecialty attending on inpatient, you can choose to have that subspecialist(s) evaluate you.
Students may choose to have as many sub specialists evaluate them as they wish.
- - The pediatric Shelf examination is given at the end of the clerkship. It should be noted that a passing grade is a requirement to pass the clerkship. A grade of 56 or below will produce an Incomplete (I/E) and will require repeating the Shelf examination.
Grade Grievance Procedures
Students who perceive they have received a grade inappropriate for their level of performance in any of the clerkships and experiences administered by the Department of Pediatrics should:
- Begin by contacting the Director of Pediatric Medical Student Education, Jocelyn Schiller, M.D. to review the basis for the grade assignment, within one month of the posting of the grade.
- If resolution is not reached at the level of the Director, then the student should follow the usual process for Grade Grievances in Component III/IV noted in the Component III Student Handbook.