Intensive AI – Family Medicine (FMED-8448)
This course is reserved for students applying to family medicine residency. A family medicine career advisor is required. This inpatient rotation will prepare students for the rigors of residency internship. Duties include rounding with the Ward Team, writing admission orders, progress notes, and discharge summaries, returning pages, calling consults, and taking overnight call. Students are required to attend didactic conferences.
Acting Internship-Family Medicine (FMED-8440)
This inpatient rotation will prepare students for the rigors of residency internship. Duties include rounding with the Ward Team, writing admission orders, progress notes, and discharge summaries, returning pages, calling consults, and taking overnight call. Students are required to attend didactic conferences with the family medicine residency program.
Family Medicine Primary Care (FMED-8447)
This elective will provide an outpatient experience within a UAMS family medicine residency clinic. Students provide team-based, full spectrum patient care to patients of all ages and genders. Participation in procedures such as IUD placement, joint injections, and skin procedures may be available. Attendance at family medicine residency program didactic conferences is required.
Private Family Practice (FMED-8441)
This course will provide a private practice experience, focusing on evaluation and treatment plan development for patients with acute and chronic illnesses, as well as preventive care visits. Duties could include seeing patients in the office, hospital, nursing home, emergency room and house calls. Students should accompany the physician for hospital staff and committee meetings and county medical society activities as the occasions arise.
Rural Primary Care (FMED-8402)
Students rotate at Community Health Centers of Arkansas and Arkansas Rural Health Partnership sites across the state, seeing multi-cultural, underserved, and rural populations. This rotation provides ample opportunity to practice exam skills and gain procedural experience. Prior approval is required.
Sports Medicine (ORTH-8412)
In this primary care sports medicine rotation, students will work in outpatient clinics, providing care for pediatric and adult patients with sports and exercise related injuries. Students may also administer sports physicals and attend sporting events. Prior approval is required.
Emergency Medicine (EMER-8410)
In this course, students will actively participate in the triage and management of acute, life-threatening problems alongside emergency room attendings and family medicine residents. Development of technical and procedural skills is encouraged. Students may join didactic conferences with the local family medicine residency program. Prior approval is required.