Program Medical Education

Prerequisites: HMS Principal Clinical Experience (Core Clinical Clerkships) or equivalent
Location: HMS - Harvard Medical School (0)
Description: Away elective done at a Medical School in the United States or Canada.
Location: HMS - Harvard Medical School (0)
Description: Cross Registered Course
Location: NONE - No Location
Description:
Offered: Monthly and entire year
Location: HMS - Harvard Medical School (0)
Description: Research - scholarly project requirement. Contact Marcie Naumowicz (marcie_naumowicz@hms.harvard.edu) in the Scholars in Medicine Office for required SIM500 Enrollment Form.
Location: NONE - No Location
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests.
Prerequisites: Open to only HMS students
Offered: By arrangement
Location: HMS - Harvard Medical School (0)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. This is a Society-based independent study that allows HMS students to arrange an educational experience between themselves and the preceptor. The independent study needs to be relevant to medical education and the Associate Master of each society must approve the course. The course is to be used for experiences not covered by courses that already exist in the HMS Course Catalog. Application forms for Independent Study are available in the HMS Registrar's Office.
Prerequisites: HMS Principal Clinical Experience (Core Clinical Clerkships) or equivalent
Offered: Offered throughout the year by arrangement.
Location: INTL - Institution outside of the US (41)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. Independent Study in an International Setting is supervised by the HMS Societies and the HMS Scholars in Medicine Office. It is designed to meet the needs of students who wish to expand their clinical and/or research learning in an international setting. The Course Director and Advisory Deans of each Society work with each student to adequately prepare them before, during and after the overseas experience. In order to request credit, both the Society Advisory Dean and the Course Director must approve the request for the independent study. In order to receive credit, the Course Director must approve the documentation submitted by the student upon completion of the experience. The final documentation must include the following: a written report that follows the template provided by the Scholars in Medicine Office; a log of hours spent in the experience (i.e. complete page 2 of the SOC900 form) signed by the on-site supervisor/mentor; and an evaluation from that same on-site supervisor/mentor. These will serve as the basis for the student´┐Żs evaluation and receipt of credit.