The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine offers one rural longitudinal integrated clerkships (LIC) at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin, Vermont. The current medical curriculum is comprised of 3 levels: Foundations (first 17 months), Clerkship (next 12 months) and Advanced Integration (final 14 months). LIC students will complete the clerkship level at Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) campus site, in the same timeframe as the block clerkships.
What is the LIC Program?
The major difference between the LIC and the traditional block Clerkship Year is that students at the regional campus site will meet the objectives of each clerkship in a longitudinal manner rather than in the traditional block schedule. Students will be embedded in primary care practices with primary care faculty physicians, and
will also be assigned faculty preceptors in the required disciplines of internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, surgery, ob/gyn, psychiatry, and neurology.
The Longitudinal Integrated Curriculum Leadership Team would like your evaluation of this applicant’s strengths and potential for future success in the LIC.
Please complete the survey by October 18, 2020.
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