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Conrad Jobst Tower, Floor E
2109 Hughes Drive
Toledo, OH  43606
Phone: 419.291.0378

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Pediatrics: Medical Student Clerkship

Clerkship case presentation

Clerkship case presentation

Clerkship case presentation

 

The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences welcomes you to explore and gain a better understanding of the requirements and expectations of students who rotate through pediatrics. The following information is provided to help orient you to the various activities during the clerkship.

The Pediatric Clerkship office is located at:
University of Toledo Department of Pediatrics
2109 Hughes Drive
Conrad Jobst Tower, Floor E
Toledo, Ohio 43606
419.291.0158

Structure Of The Clerkship

The Pediatric Clerkship Program is a 5-week program with students having 1-2 rotations. The first two days of the clerkship is for orientation on: Nursing Services/Child Life, Fluid Electrolytes, History and Physical, Health Supervision, Pediatric Dosing, and SIM Lab didactics. Students will spend all of their time at ProMedica sites mainly in the city (AHEC students will be at surrounding outpatient pediatric offices). Most students will get exposed to treating children in an inpatient and outpatient setting. The objective of the clinical rotation is to learn how to treat children of different ages in various settings.

On the last week of the rotation students will be given an OSCE exam which will allow you to demonstrate skills that you would have been exposed to throughout your rotation and have your skills evaluated. The OSCE is modeled after the Clinical Skills CS.

See the General Overview

Deepa Mukundan, M.D.

Deepa Mukundan, M.D.
Associate Professor and Clerkship Director
Deepa.Mukundan@utoledo.edu

Tyrone Layson, BS

Tyrone Layson, BS
Curriculum & Clerkship Coordinator
Jobst Tower, Floor E
419.291.0158
Tyrone.Layson@utoledo.edu

 

Last Updated: 9/14/17