Medical Approach to the Patient (MAP) - Internal Medicine Component Clerkship
Welcome to Internal Medicine! This clerkship will form a foundation for much of your professional life regardless of your eventual specialty. You will spend eight of the 12-week MAP clerkship on Internal Medicine, which will be challenging, exciting and instructive. As internists and subspecialists caring for patients, we depend on broad understanding of basic and clinical science, critical thinking and problem-solving, and exceptional professionalism and interpersonal skill in working with the health care team.
Our primary goal is to help you become competent and eventually excel at the assessment and management of common and important problems in internal medicine. During your clerkship, we encourage you to learn systematically about internal medicine and in depth about each patient. Take responsibility for your patients - you will learn internal medicine best through active patient care.
You will find that in return for your hard work and best efforts, we expect your educational experience to be top-notch, and we demand that our faculty, residents, and staff are supportive and helpful to you. If they aren't, the clerkship director and department chair want to know! Again, welcome to Internal Medicine - we look forward to working with you.
Internal Medicine Component Clerkship Calendar
Yale Only7:30 AM8:30 AMJeffrey Kravetz, MD Yale Only10:00 AM11:00 AMDana Dunne, MD, MHSMeeting ID: 993 7075 1754 Yale Only7:30 AM8:30 AMShawn Cohen
Other Internal Medicine Education Programs
- Beyond Residency
- Clinical Scholars Program
- HIV Training Track
- Interdisciplinary Palliative Care Educational Program
- Investigative Medicine Program
- Office-Based Medicine Curriculum
- Office of Global Health
- Residency Training
- Yale Affiliated Hospitals Program
- Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars Program