Clinical (CLIN)

CLIN 7213. 4th Year Longitudinal OMM. 2 Hours.

Students continue OMM training that occurs in first, second and third years, to continue the practice of osteopathic palpatory skills, diagnosis and treatment and hands on practice of osteopathic techniques in clinical situations. The course has a component of supervision by osteopathic community faculty and intermittent hands-on sessions at the medical school run by the department of osteopathic manipulative medicine. Neuromusculoskeletal anatomy is an essential component of this course. Credits: 2.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of years 1, 2 and 3 in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, and entry into clinical rotations.

CLIN 7311. 3rd Year Longitudinal OMM. 3 Hours.

Students continue the training that occurs in first and second year, which is intended to reinforce the practice of osteopathic diagnosis and treatment in the clinical years. Students are expected to maintain the skills of muscloskeletal diagnosis and treatment and hands-on practice in clinical situations. The course has a component of supervision by osteopathic community faculty and intermittent hands-on sessions at the medical school run by the department of osteopathic manipulative medicine. Neuromusculoskeletal anatomy is an essential component of this course. Credits: 3.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of years 1 and 2 in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, and entry into clinical rotations.

CLIN 7401. General Surgery Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in General Surgery. Students are assigned to a hospital for their 3rd year core rotations, and this clinical clerkship is accomplished at the assigned facility. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of surgical patients, including pre-operative evaluation, intra-operative and post-operative care, post hospital care, interprofessional team care and office care. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, Passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7402. Adult Inpatient Med Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in Adult Inpatient Medicine. Students complete the four week block in each of the third an fourth years and are assigned to a hospital for their third year core rotations, and this courses is accomplished at the assigned facility. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of adult patients on the inpatient medicine service, including admission criteria, interprofessional team based care, consultations, bedside diagnosis and management, pre-operative evaluation, post-operative medical management, discharge criteria and procedures and post hospital care. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7403. Emergency Medicine Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in Emergency Medicine. Students are assigned to a hospital for their 3rd year core rotations, and this clinical clerkship is accomplished at the assigned facility. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of pediatrics and adult patients upon presentation to the emergency department including admission, discharge and transfer criteria, interprofessional team based care, consultations, and bedside diagnosis and management to include trauma care and acute cardiac and respiratory care. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7404. Psychiatry Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in psychiatry and mental health. Students are assigned to a hospital for their third year core rotations and this clinical clerkship will be accomplished as part of the core rotations, but may or may not be at the assigned facility, depending on services provided. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of patients in a behavioral health setting. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7405. Family Medicine Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in Family Medicine. Students are assigned to a hospital for their third year core rotations, and this clinical clerkship is accomplished as part of the core rotations, but may occur in the office or hospital setting, or a combination, depending on services provided by the attending physician. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of patients in the family medicine office setting and may follow the family physician to the other sites of care based on their practice. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7406. Pediatrics Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in the care of children. Students are assigned to a hospital for their third year core rotations, and this clinical clerkship is accomplished as part of the core rotations, but may occur in the office or hospital setting, or a combination, depending on services provided by the attending physician. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of children and may follow the physician to the various sites of care based on their practice. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7407. Women's Health Clerkship. 4 Hours.

Students complete a four week block in each of the third and fourth years. It provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in the care of women. Students are assigned to a hospital for their third year core rotations, and the third year block is accomplished as part of the core rotations and may include office in addition to hospital practice, depending on structure of the rotation and services provided by the attending physician. The fourth year block may address aspects of women's health that do not include obstetrics and/or gynecology. The student is expected to gain experience in prenatal care, labor and delivery, gynecology and breast health, and the unique aspects of the care of women in areas such as cardiovascular health, osteoporosis, and breast cancer. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7408. Rural & Underserved Medicine Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to gain experience in the care of rural and underserved populations in a variety of settings. Students are assigned to a hospital for their third year core rotations, and this clinical clerkship is accomplished outside of the main assigned hospital. Aspects of this rotation may occur in a rural or critical access hospital, a nursing home, a rural clinic or a community health center in a rural or urban setting. The student is expected to experience the social and diagnostic challenges associated with caring for populations with limited access to health services due to geography, insurance status and/or health access as well as the satisfaction of making a difference in health disparities. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Level 1.

CLIN 7410. Elective Clinical Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This course is a clinical clerkship providing the student with the opportunity to gain experience in any specialty with approval. Students are required to do one 4-weeks block in their third year and seven 4-week blocks in their fourth year. The clinical clerkships is accomplished at the assigned facility in the third year and an affiliated facility in fourth year. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of patients appropriate for the selected specialty, including interprofessional team based care, outpatient care, hospital care, surgical care, post hospital care and office care, as appropriate for the specialty. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, passing grade on COMLEX Step 1.

CLIN 7414. Medicine Selective Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This clinical clerkship provides the student with the opportunity to select an area of medicine from a selected group of rotations in medicine. This rotation must be completed within the assigned facility in year three and an affiliated facility in year four. The list of choices for this rotation are: General Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Geriatrics, Emergency Medicine, Hospitalist Medicine, Intensive Care, Pulmonology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Adolescent Medicine, Rural Health, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Public Health, Alcohol and Substance abuse, Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Neonatology, Pediatric ICU, and subspecialty pediatrics. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years 1 & 2, Passing grade on COMLEX 1.

CLIN 7415. Surgery Selective Clerkship. 4 Hours.

This course provides the student with experience in subspecialty surgery. Students are required to take a 4 week Surgery Selective in each of their third and fourth years, and this clinical clerkship is accomplished at the assigned facility in the third year and an affiliated facility in the fourth year. The student is expected to learn the diagnosis and treatment of surgical patients appropriate for the selected specialty, including pre-operative evaluation, intra-operative and post operative care, post hospital care and office care, as appropriate. Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all coursework in years one and two, successful completion of General Surgery rotation, Passing grade on COMLEX Step 1.