Clerkship Program Year 3
The Year 3 Family Medicine Clerkship Rotation provides senior medical students with an opportunity to consolidate their skills in assessment and management of the wide range of illnesses and concerns presenting to a primary care physician in a variety of practice locations. Objectives for this rotation are framed around the following CANMEDS-FMU:
Four weeks in a rural rotation and four weeks in an urban/suburban location.
Structured educational sessions, including:
- orientation and introduction,
- large group session on musculoskeletal, and palliative care and
- student project presentations on core Family Medicine topics.
Urban Program Contact Information
Dr. Ann Lee
Clerkship Director (Urban)
Undergraduate Program & Contracts Coordinator
Rural and Regional Program Contact Information
For all enquiries regarding rural sites or accommodations, contact:
Dr. David Moores
Acting Director Rural & Regional Health
Administrative Assistant, Rural & Regional Health
For more information about the Rural & Regional program, please contact the Office of Rural & Regional Health.