Required Subinternships

Prerequisites: Principal Clinical Experience (PCE)
Offered: Full time for one month; except Nov/Dec
Location: MTAH - Mount Auburn Hospital (11)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. The overall goal of the Medicine Core II Subinternship is for students to continue to learn to deliver excellent medical care to patients. The clerkship is designed to allow students to evaluate and manage patients with complicated medical problems under the supervision of house staff and medical attending staff. Core II students are expected to function in a more independent manner than in Core I student and to assume more direct responsibility for patient care. The majority of admissions are for the evaluation and subsequent management of acutely ill patients; some patients are admitted for diagnostic procedures. Each patient admitted has an identified attending physician who oversees that patient’s individual care. Students will be expected to interact with the resident and attending physician in all aspects of the care of that patient. The broad range of common disorders (and the uncommon as well) represent rich opportunities for the trainee. Also vital is preparation of the subinterns for their future role as housestaff with course attention to the basic elements of teaching and the conduct of effective ward rounds. Students are integrated into the ward team and manage patients from admission to discharge under the direct supervision of the team resident. Bedside teaching also offers direct observation of student interviewing and examination skills. In addition to participating in the full range of conferences designed for the house staff, students will meet with faculty for seminar-based discussion of specific subintern curricular topics, as well as bedside rounds devoted to the interview, physical examination, review of primary data and problem formulation. Feedback will be provided to the students on a regular basis with a fixed mid-month review of performance. Evaluations will be based on input from housestaff and faculty. Students will meet individually with the course directors at the end of the rotation to review performance, achievements, and goals for the future.
Prerequisites: Principal Clinical Experience (PCE)
Offered: Full time for one month; except Nov/Dec
Location: CAM - The Cambridge Hospital (6)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. The overall goal of the Medicine Core II Subinternship is for students to continue to learn to deliver excellent medical care to patients. The clerkship is designed to allow students to evaluate and manage patients with complicated medical problems under the supervision of house staff and medical attending staff. Core II students are expected to function in a more independent manner than in Core I student and to assume more direct responsibility for patient care. The majority of admissions are for the evaluation and subsequent management of acutely ill patients; some patients are admitted for diagnostic procedures. Each patient admitted has an identified attending physician who oversees that patient’s individual care. Students will be expected to interact with the resident and attending physician in all aspects of the care of that patient. The broad range of common disorders (and the uncommon as well) represent rich opportunities for the trainee. Also vital is preparation of the subinterns for their future role as housestaff with course attention to the basic elements of teaching and the conduct of effective ward rounds. Students are integrated into the ward team and manage patients from admission to discharge under the direct supervision of the team resident. Bedside teaching also offers direct observation of student interviewing and examination skills. In addition to participating in the full range of conferences designed for the house staff, students will meet with faculty for seminar-based discussion of specific subintern curricular topics, as well as bedside rounds devoted to the interview, physical examination, review of primary data and problem formulation. Feedback will be provided to the students on a regular basis with a fixed mid-month review of performance. Evaluations will be based on input from housestaff and faculty. Students will meet individually with the course directors at the end of the rotation to review performance, achievements, and goals for the future.
Prerequisites: Principal Clinical Experience (PCE)
Offered: Full time for one month; except Nov, Dec
Location: BWH - Brigham and Women's Hospital (23)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. The overall goal of the Medicine Core II Subinternship is for students to continue to learn to deliver excellent medical care to patients. The clerkship is designed to allow students to evaluate and manage patients with complicated medical problems under the supervision of house staff and medical attending staff. Core II students are expected to function in a more independent manner than in Core I student and to assume more direct responsibility for patient care. The majority of admissions are for the evaluation and subsequent management of acutely ill patients; some patients are admitted for diagnostic procedures. Each patient admitted has an identified attending physician who oversees that patient’s individual care. Students will be expected to interact with the resident and attending physician in all aspects of the care of that patient. The broad range of common disorders (and the uncommon as well) represent rich opportunities for the trainee. Also vital is preparation of the subinterns for their future role as housestaff with course attention to the basic elements of teaching and the conduct of effective ward rounds. Students are integrated into the ward team and manage patients from admission to discharge under the direct supervision of the team resident. Bedside teaching also offers direct observation of student interviewing and examination skills. In addition to participating in the full range of conferences designed for the house staff, students will meet with faculty for seminar-based discussion of specific subintern curricular topics, as well as bedside rounds devoted to the interview, physical examination, review of primary data and problem formulation. Feedback will be provided to the students on a regular basis with a fixed mid-month review of performance. Evaluations will be based on input from housestaff and faculty. Students will meet individually with the course directors at the end of the rotation to review performance, achievements, and goals for the future.
Prerequisites: Principal Clinical Experience
Offered: Full time for one month; except Dec
Location: MGH - Mass. General Hospital (3)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. The overall goal of the Medicine Core II Subinternship is for students to continue to learn to deliver excellent medical care to patients. The clerkship is designed to allow students to evaluate and manage patients with complicated medical problems under the supervision of house staff and medical attending staff. Core II students are expected to function in a more independent manner than in Core I student and to assume more direct responsibility for patient care. The majority of admissions are for the evaluation and subsequent management of acutely ill patients; some patients are admitted for diagnostic procedures. Each patient admitted has an identified attending physician who oversees that patient’s individual care. Students will be expected to interact with the resident and attending physician in all aspects of the care of that patient. The broad range of common disorders (and the uncommon as well) represent rich opportunities for the trainee. Also vital is preparation of the subinterns for their future role as housestaff with course attention to the basic elements of teaching and the conduct of effective ward rounds. Students are integrated into the ward team and manage patients from admission to discharge under the direct supervision of the team resident. Bedside teaching also offers direct observation of student interviewing and examination skills. In addition to participating in the full range of conferences designed for the house staff, students will meet with faculty for seminar-based discussion of specific subintern curricular topics, as well as bedside rounds devoted to the interview, physical examination, review of primary data and problem formulation. Feedback will be provided to the students on a regular basis with a fixed mid-month review of performance. Evaluations will be based on input from housestaff and faculty. Students will meet individually with the course directors at the end of the rotation to review performance, achievements, and goals for the future.
Prerequisites: Principal Clinical Experience (PCE)
Offered: Full time for one month; except Dec
Location: BIDMC - BI-Deaconess Medical Center (5)
Description: Please note: Self-service add/drop is not available for this course. Please contact registrar@hms.harvard.edu for add/drop requests. The overall goal of the Medicine Core II Subinternship is for students to continue to learn to deliver excellent medical care to patients. The clerkship is designed to allow students to evaluate and manage patients with complicated medical problems under the supervision of house staff and medical attending staff. Core II students are expected to function in a more independent manner than in Core I student and to assume more direct responsibility for patient care. The majority of admissions are for the evaluation and subsequent management of acutely ill patients; some patients are admitted for diagnostic procedures. Each patient admitted has an identified attending physician who oversees that patient’s individual care. Students will be expected to interact with the resident and attending physician in all aspects of the care of that patient. The broad range of common disorders (and the uncommon as well) represent rich opportunities for the trainee. Also vital is preparation of the subinterns for their future role as housestaff with course attention to the basic elements of teaching and the conduct of effective ward rounds. Students are integrated into the ward team and manage patients from admission to discharge under the direct supervision of the team resident. Bedside teaching also offers direct observation of student interviewing and examination skills. In addition to participating in the full range of conferences designed for the house staff, students will meet with faculty for seminar-based discussion of specific subintern curricular topics, as well as bedside rounds devoted to the interview, physical examination, review of primary data and problem formulation. Feedback will be provided to the students on a regular basis with a fixed mid-month review of performance. Evaluations will be based on input from housestaff and faculty. Students will meet individually with the course directors at the end of the rotation to review performance, achievements, and goals for the future.