Students providing medical care in Uganda.
The goal of the pediatric medical student clerkship is to incorporate students as critical members of the ward or outpatient team, to introduce them to the pediatric history and physical exam, to introduce them to the physical examination of a newborn and the care of families with neonates and to actively engage them in critical thinking and reasoning, especially in relation to those diseases and pathologic conditions that are seen in children.
The Historical Library contains a large and unique collection of rare medical books, medical journals to 1920, pamphlets, prints, and photographs, as well as current works on the history of medicine.
Each medical student in pediatrics spends four weeks on an inpatient service, either at the Yale New Haven Children's Hospital or at Bridgeport Hospital, and four weeks in two two-week ambulatory settings.
On a sunny day, students, staff, and faculty congregate around Harkness Lawn at lunchtime.
Yale General Surgery graduates are extraordinarily successful. Nearly 90% pursue fellowships, with 70% accepted in their first choice program. The vast majority of our graduates have entered academic careers in prestigious institutes throughout the country.
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