The clerkship at the University of Florida is a mandatory four week rotation offering students clinical training no other course is able to provide. Students will gain experience in evaluating an undifferentiated patient population, treating patients as acuity dictates without limitations on seeing specific patients or patient presentations. The supplemental educational curriculum includes topics often covered only briefly in other rotations, including toxicology and environmental medicine, in addition to presenting the emergency clinician’s approach to airway management, trauma management, and acute chest and abdominal pain evaluations. For more information about the clerkship, please review the syllabus.
For the months of July and August we offer Emergency Medicine Career Track. While fulfilling UF students’ requirements for a 4 week clerkship in Emergency Medicine, this course is geared toward students considering Emergency Medicine as a career. During Career Track the Clerkship Directors and Program Director meet with you personally and discuss your career goals, review your application, and discuss your interviewing skills.
Please contact Amanda Glynn with any questions or concerns about the Medical Student Rotations.
The focus of the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Rotation is to provide MS3 and MS4 students with exposure to undifferentiated pediatric patients in the emergency department.
The mission of this rotation is to train future emergency physicians in the basics of emergency limited ultrasonography and to help them become proficient emergency sonographers.
The EMS Student Rotation requirements include: a protocol review, attendance at ACFR or GFR-ACFR meetings, attendance at EMS lectures and six, 8-hour ride alongs.
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Usually clinical rotations in the emergency department are reserved for fourth-year students, Rosier and others have a chance to help during this busy time. Rising COVID-19 hospitalization rates across the nation in recent months, including at UF Health, have kept emergency care staff endlessly occupied as they work to care for patients.