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Career Development Program:Introduction to the 4th Year Colleges

Class of 2014 Meeting

January 7, 2013

the colleges
The Colleges

Academic Medicine

Acute Care

Applied Anatomy

Primary Care

Urban Underserved

the colleges1
The Colleges

The colleges are designed to strengthen career advising, improve the quality and selection of electives, provide a means of honing clinical skills, andstimulate discussion on the integration of the basic, social, and clinical sciences relevant to the future practice of medicine.

College activities include an introductory course focused on advanced clinical skills and decision making, a monthly series of evening seminars, a scholarly project, and regular advisory meetings.

residency advising career selection
Residency Advising & Career Selection

Career Development Team

  • 4th year schedule and electives
  • Residency application and interviews
  • Special electives or away electives
  • Scholarship Day poster or presentation
  • Career planning
  • General advice and guidance
timing fourth year important dates and deadlines
Timing - Fourth YearImportant Dates and Deadlines
  • Finish Year 3
  • College Foundations (July 8-12, 2013)
  • USMLE Step 2 CK/CS (August Recommended)
  • Interviews (October 2013-January 2014)
  • Ranklist (Mid-February 2014)
  • Match Day (March 21, 2014)
  • Graduation (May 30, 2014)
student affairs office colleges 4 th year support
Student Affairs OfficeColleges/4th Year Support
  • Dr. Neil Parker—Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs
  • Dr. Margaret Stuber– Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Well-being and Career Advising
  • Aurora Reyes– Career Development Coordinator- Colleges
  • Dr. Meredith Szumski– Director, Student Affairs
  • Jason Bergschneider– Residency Application Counselor
  • Gezelle Miller– Years 3 & 4 Counselor
  • Monica Perkins– Electives Coordinator & Grad Checks
overview of requirements
Overview of Requirements
  • Individual Mentoring
  • Career and Residency Advising
  • College Foundations (July 8-12, 2013)
  • Review and Counseling on CPX
  • ICU Elective
  • Dinner Seminar Series
  • Senior Scholarship Day

*Individual Colleges have additional requirements

college selection
College Selection

All students must submit their

College selection by

Thursday, March 21

drew students urban underserved college
Drew StudentsUrban Underserved College

Please proceed to 13-105 CHS

overview of the colleges
Overview of the Colleges

Academic Medicine

Acute Care

Applied Anatomy

Primary Care

Urban Underserved

primary care college
Primary Care College


Jodi Friedman, MD


Arthur Gomez, MD

Alice Kuo, MD

Dan Lee, MD


To support students who are considering a career in primary care and seeking a solid foundation in general clinical medicine

typical careers1
Typical Careers

Family Medicine


Internal Medicine

Obstetrics & Gynecology



pcc college requirements
PCC College Requirements
  • Foundations Week
      • Workshops
      • Didactics
      • CPX reviews
      • Simulator sessions
  • Dinner Seminars
      • Attend six
  • Community Service
  • Scholarly Project
foundations week
Foundations Week
  • Curriculum
  • Designed by incoming class with help from prior class suggestions
  • Goals
  • To teach what was perceived as ”under-taught” during the first 3 years of medical school
  • Excel on sub-internships
foundations week1
Foundations Week
  • Success in the 4th Year – Resident Panel
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Practical Dermatology
  • In-House Emergencies
  • Geriatric / Pediatric Emergencies
  • Ventilator Management
  • EKG Interpretation
  • Pain Management
  • Simulator Sessions
pcc dinner seminars
PCC Dinner Seminars
  • 4th Year Schedule Advising Meeting for class of 2014: March20
  • Career & Residency Advising
  • Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry
  • Complementary Medicine & Nutrition
  • Geriatrics
  • International Health
  • Pediatrics
  • Public Health & Care for Underserved Populations
  • Sports Medicine
  • Women’s Health
community service
Community Service
  • Clinical or Academic Longitudinal Experience that may include teaching activities, research, or direct patient care…
    • Minimum equivalent of six (6) half-day sessions over course of year
    • Underserved populations
      • UMMA Clinic
      • Union Rescue Mission
      • Salvation Army Clinic
      • Venice Family Clinic
      • OPCC
    • Teaching Assistantship (Doctoring 4) & PBL
    • Mentored research or special project that involves community outreach
scholarly project
Scholarly Project
  • Required to present at Senior Scholarship Day
    • Original research
    • Case report
    • Curricular innovation
    • Community outreach
overview of the college
Overview of the College

Academic Medicine

Acute Care

Applied Anatomy

Primary Care

Urban Underserved

academic medicine college
Academic Medicine College


Gary Schiller, MD

Vice Chair

Gary Satou, MD


To develop individualized educational pathways for students who are/have:

  • Considering an academic career involving teaching and research
  • Attracted to subspecialty careers in which research will play a part
  • Enjoyed and want to continue their STTP summer research project
  • Remain actively engaged in research
mission cont d
Mission (Cont’d)

To develop:

  • Skills in asking questions and reasoning
  • Skills in clinical, translational or basic investigation
  • Interpretive skills & understanding the literature
  • Teaching skills
  • Intellectual collaboration with a mentor
typical careers2
Typical Careers
  • All subspecialties of Medicine, Pediatrics, or Pathology
  • Academic focus on clinical, translational or basic research
  • Clinical practice in a Medical, Pediatric or Surgical subspecialty
amc college requirements
AMC College Requirements
  • Meet with mentor & discuss career planning
  • Full-day attendance & participation for all scheduled events during Foundations Week
  • Attend at least 6 dinner seminars during 2013-14
  • One Subspecialty in Medicine, Pediatrics or Surgery
  • Participate in Scholarship Day
amc dinner seminars
AMC Dinner Seminars
  • The Dollars & Sense of Academic Medicine
  • Utilizing Medical Resources from a Systems Perspective & Keeping the Patient as the Center of the Medical Mission
  • Simulator Session
  • Skills for the House Officer
  • How to Run a Clinical Practice
  • Mock Interviews
  • Residency: What are Programs Looking For?
  • Making a Career in Basic & Translational Research
  • Deciding What You Really Want in Life & Career
  • Medicine & the Pharmaceutical Industry
overview of the college1
Overview of the College

Academic Medicine

Acute Care

Applied Anatomy

Primary Care

Urban Underserved

acute care college
Acute Care College


Wendy Coates, MD


Pamela Dyne, MD, Preclinical

Ed Ha, MD, Critical Care/Hospitalist

Jaime Jordan, MD, Asynchronous Learning

Dan Runde, MD, Simulation Education

Tahlia Spector, MD, Continuing Education

Jennifer Nguyen-Lee, MD, Anesthesiology

Kelly Young, MD, Research

  • Provide Mentorship
  • Foster Time-Based Decision Making
  • Broaden Clinical Correlation of Physiology, Anatomy & Pharmacology to Acute Care
  • Probe Ethical & Psychosocial Aspects of Crisis Management
typical careers academic or clinical
Typical CareersAcademic or Clinical
  • Anesthesiology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Adult Critical Care
    • Cardiology, Pulmonary Medicine, Hospitalist
  • Pediatric Critical Care
    • Cardiology, Neonatology
  • Hospitalist
acc requirements
ACC Requirements

Emergency Medicine

  • 3-week sub-internship

Clinical Correlation of Physiology, Anatomy & Pharmacology

  • 3-week consultation service

ICU Rotation

  • 3-week sub-internship
foundations week2
Foundations Week
  • Emphasis
    • Procedures
    • Critical thinking & assessment skills
  • Two presenting complaints per day
    • E.g., chest pain, shock
transition to internship series
Transition to Internship Series

Dinner Seminars

  • Welcome/Future Opportunities Evening Seminar: TBD
    • 4th year schedule advising for the class of 2014
  • Acute Care Education
    • Progressive topics using small group sessions & simulation
  • Practice Management Skills
    • e.g., medicolegal, interview techniques, residency selection
  • Personal Management Topics
    • e.g., stress management, investment strategies, how to be a good intern
overview of the college2
Overview of the College

Academic Medicine

Acute Care

Applied Anatomy

Primary Care

Urban Underserved

applied anatomy college

Applied Anatomy College

Jonathan R. Hiatt, MD

Professor of Surgery

Vice Dean for Faculty


Applied Anatomy College



Faculty and staff





AAC Goals

  • To make the 4th yr educationally meaningful
  • To make the residency match a manageable, survivable, and successful process

AAC Mission

  • To develop the knowledge and skills to support a career choice in specialties for which expertise in anatomy is critical.

AAC Faculty and Staff

  • Kathleen Brown, Radiology
  • Christian DeVirgilio, Surgery
  • Lynn Gordon, Ophthalmology
  • Jonathan Hiatt, Surgery
  • Aurora Reyes, Coordinator

AAC Disciplines

  • Surgery and specialties
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pathology
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Radiology
  • Radiation oncology
  • Ob/GYN
  • Dermatology

AAC Requirement

  • At least three weeks of Radiology

Any level

Established courses preferred


AAC Program

  • Foundations week
  • Evening seminars
  • Counseling
  • Sr. Scholarship Day

AAC Foundations

  • Didactic knowledge
  • and skills for 4thyr.
  • Seminars
  • Skills sessions
  • Anatomy dissection

AAC Seminars

  • Overview of application process
  • Mock interviews
  • Ranking strategies
  • Global health
  • Wellbeing, finances, conflict management…

AAC Counseling

  • Two advisors: College chair and mentor
  • All aspects of the application process

Where to apply

Letters of recommendation

Personal statements

Interview preparation

q a breakout sessions
Q&A Breakout Sessions

All Sessions End by 9:00 pm