Webinar: Part Two: A Deeper Dive into CMU College of Medicine's Comprehensive Community Clerkship
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Join us for the second part in this webinar series introducing a unique clinical rotation and collaboration opportunity for Michigan Health Centers through Central Michigan University's College of Medicine. CMED’s Comprehensive Community Clerkship (CCC) is a type of “longitudinal clerkship” that is used extensively in Canada, Australia, and in some US medical schools. In this longitudinal clerkship, students rotate in their third year, either from July to December OR January to June (24 weeks).

10/27/2015
When: 10/27/2015
From 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM.
Contact: Ryan Grinnell-Ackerman
517.827.0884

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Overview 

Join us for the second part in this webinar series introducing a unique clinical rotation and collaboration opportunity for Michigan Health Centers through Central Michigan University's College of Medicine. CMED's Comprehensive Community Clerkship (CCC) is a type of "longitudinal clerkship" that is used extensively in Canada, Australia, and in some US medical schools. In this longitudinal clerkship, students rotate in their third year, either from July to December OR January to June  (24 weeks). Featuring  the Director of CMED's Comprehensive Community Clerkship, Dr. Elizabeth Palmer, Family Practitioner and Assistant Professor at CMED, we will take a deeper dive into how a longitudinal clerkship prepares physicians to work in rural and underserved regions of Michigan.

  

   

Presenters

Elizabeth Palmer, MD, FAAFP, Family Practitioner and Assistant Professor, Central Michigan University College of Medicine

  

  

Registration

There is no cost but advanced registration is required. Click here to register.

   

 

Questions

Please contact Ryan Grinnell-Ackerman, Policy and Workforce Development Manager, Michigan Primary Care Association at rgrinnell@mpca.net or 517.824.0884.