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The Core Clerkship in Women’s Health provides a productive and exciting learning experience through patient care, interaction with women’s health providers, simulation, and other formal learning activities. As every physician will encounter female patients in his/her career, the purpose of this core clerkship includes:
The Women’s Health Core Clerkship is an eight week clinical rotation, during which students will be assigned primarily to rotations at three hospitals - The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center/GBMC, or Sinai Hospital/GBMC. Each student’s experience will include two weeks each on an Inpatient Obstetric and Inpatient Gynecology service, a Longitudinal Ambulatory Clinic experience, and two week blocks on two of the following selectives:
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Any questions regarding the rotation should be addressed to:
|Dr. Betty Chou||Clerkship Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Silka Patel||Assistant Clerkship Directoremail@example.com|
|Rebecca Slattery||Clerkship Coordinator|| firstname.lastname@example.org|
Core Clerkship Dates:
|Quarter 1||8/17/15 – 10/12/15|
|Quarter 2||10/19/15 – 12/14/15|
|Quarter 3||1/4/16 – 2/29/16|
|Quarter 4||3/21/16 – 5/16/16|
|Summer||5/23/16 – 7/15/16|
Clerkship students will receive a packet of materials containing the information you will need for the Women's Health Core Clerkship on the first day of the clerkship, included in this packet will be the following:
Site specific materials will be included as well.
All materials can also be found on our Blackboard site - (Blackboard)