The Pediatric WWAMI Medical Student Program will contact you via email approximately 5-6 weeks prior to the start of your elective. There are things you need to do so that you ensure that you will start your rotation on time.
One week prior to your start, please contact: Ingrid Lundgren, MD by e-mail at email@example.com or by her office phone: 208-381-7330.
Practice Hours are generally 8 am – 6 pm. Hospital rounds are interspersed with clinic patients throughout the day. After hours or weekend rounds as mutually agreed upon with student. This rotation covers the inpatient infectious disease consult service and outpatient infectious disease and immunology clinic. Grand Rounds are Wednesday morning 8am. Attendance is encouraged weekly, and required for the 3rd Wednesday of the month which is pediatric grand rounds. Case conference every Thursday at noon is required. Student will present at least one interesting case or subject review, including relevant literature presentation, during rotation.
The AAP RedBook is available on hand for reference, along with several textbooks.
Recommended: Berkowitz. Case Studies in Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Available on loan from the clinic.
Focused reading based on patients is regularly expected. There is access to online resources through the hospital.Idaho State Board Of Medicine: Idaho State Board of Registration: The state of Idaho has a specific medical student registration process that includes the completion of a 1 page form and attachments of either of these two documents (copy of birth certificate or copy of current passport). The Idaho WWAMI office will be in contact with you to request that you complete this form at least 4 weeks prior to the beginning of your clerkship. If this process is not completed, by Idaho state law, you will not be allowed to begin your clerkship. Contact the Idaho WWAMI office if you have questions related to this form or process. Adriana Olivas (208) 364-4544 firstname.lastname@example.org.