Checklist

Seattle, Washington - PEDS 665 P

Checklist for Core Pediatric Clerkship—Six-week Seattle students

Checklist for three-week WRITE Seattle PEDS 665 P students:

Checklist for Core Pediatric Clerkship—Six-week Seattle students

This is an outline of the assignments you will need to complete to pass your clerkship. * Complete CLIPP cases (www.med-u.org)

  • Complete Therapeutics Problem Set (Exercises 1-4)
  • Complete Growth Problem Set
  • Complete the Communication Skills Assignment and submit two medical interviewing scale forms
  • Perform at least one observed physical examination on a newborn and one observed physical examination on an older child (minimum 2 documented physical examinations)
  • Participate in the Ethics and Professionalism discussion
  • Perform complete history and physicals on at least 10 patients
  • Submit 3 complete history and physical examination write ups for evaluation and feedback.
  • Work as an integral part of the care team during your rotation
  • Satisfactorily complete the Clinical Encounters Checklist
  • Take and pass the final examination for the course
  • Make sure all inpatient electronic notes are Signed and Sent to your Attending BEFORE the final exam.

Specifics for the inpatient rotation at Seattle Children’s:

  1. Work as an integral part of the inpatient care team
  2. Attend required teaching conferences (see Logistics section)
  3. Observed Physical Examinations
    1. Complete at least one observed physical examination with the Resource Senior on your team. Have the resident complete the form found in this manual or on the website. Return this form by the last day of the clerkship to the Medical Student Office.
  4. 4. H&Ps
    1. Each week turn in a write-up to your ward attending. In addition, send the H&P to the clerkship director indicated on your personal calendar/schedule you received at orientation.
    2. Prior to the final exam, make sure all inpatient notes are Signed and Sent to your Attending.

Specific assignments for the outpatient rotation at Seattle Children’s

  1. Work as an integral part of the outpatient care team
  2. Attend required teaching conferences (see Logistics section)
  3. Observed Physical Examinations
    1. Complete at least one observed newborn examination while in the newborn nursery. Have your attending/resident complete the form (found in this manual and on the website) and return it to the Medical Student office by the last day of the rotation.
  4. Complete the Communication Skills Assignment and submit two medical interviewing scale forms
  5. Clinic specific checklist
    1. Obtain a clinic specific checklist on the first day of your outpatient rotation. Complete the clinic specific checklist for the clinic as directed by your outpatient site coordinator.

Administrative Check Out at Seattle Children’s Hospital:

  1. Turn in your ID badge, return borrowed books and/or pagers, turn in any pending documentation (Observed PE forms, Clinical Encounters Checklist)

Checklist for three-week WRITE Seattle PEDS 665 P students:

This is an outline of the assignments you will need to complete to pass your clerkship.

NOTE: Bolded items are to be completed during the inpatient portion of your clerkship.

  • Complete CLIPP cases (www.med-u.org)
  • Complete Therapeutics Problem Set (Exercises 1-4)
  • Complete Growth Problem Set
  • Complete the Communications Skills Assignment and submit two medical interviewing scale forms
  • Perform at least one observed physical examination on a newborn and one observed physical examination on an older child (minimum 2 documented physical examinations)
  • Participate in the Ethics and Professionalism discussion (If this is not presented during inpatient, see Specific assignments for the WRITE rotation below for how to meet this requirement)
  • Perform complete history and physicals on at least 10 patients
  • Submit 3 complete history and physical examination write ups for evaluation and feedback
  • Work as an integral part of the care team during your rotation
  • Use Clinical Encounters Checklist to track patients seen on inpatient.
  • Enter WRITE LOGS to track patients encounters
  • Take and pass the final examination for the course (date will be determined by the WRITE program)
  • Make sure all electronic notes are Signed and Sent to your Attending.

Specifics for inpatient and check out at Seattle Children’s:

  1. Attend required teaching conferences (see Logistics section)
  2. Observed Physical Examinations
    1. Complete your “Pediatric” observed physical examination with the Resource Senior on your team. Have the resident complete the form found in this manual or on the website. Return this form by the last day of the Seattle clerkship to the Medical Student Office.
  3. H&Ps
    1. Each week turn in a write-up to your ward attending. In addition, send the H&P to the clerkship director indicated on your personal calendar/schedule you received at orientation.
    2. Clinical Encounters Checklist
      1. Track the patients you see on inpatient using this Checklist. You aren’t expected to see all of these conditions during your three weeks on inpatient; please fill out the form as you are able and turn it in to Sara Fear in the Medical Student Office at the end of your three weeks.
    3. Sign and Send all electronic notes to your attending BEFORE you leave on your last day.
    4. Turn in your ID badge, inpatient pending documentation and return borrowed books and/or pagers.

    Specific assignments and check out for the WRITE rotation:

    1. Work as an integral part of the outpatient care team
    2. Attend any teaching conferences
    3. Observed Physical Examinations
      1. Complete the observed newborn examination while at your WRITE site. Have your attending complete the form (found in this manual and on the website) and submit it to your Site Director or regional office to be returned to the Medical Student Office.
    4. WRITE Logs
      1. Enter patient encounters throughout your WRITE experience in the logs as required for WRITE Program
    5. If you do not attend the Ethics discussion during your three weeks at SCH, review the PowerPoint related to the pediatrics Ethics curriculum. Email a one page description of a patient case discussion describing an ethical dilemma to the faculty member who reviewed your H&Ps while at SCH (either sherilyn.smith@seattlechildrens.org or Jordan.symons@seattlechildrens.org).
    6. Turn in any ID badges, pending pediatric requirements and return anything borrowed or as directed by the site.