HMC Student Evening Clinic
- HMC Adult Medicine
3 West Clinic
- Clinic phone:
- Renata Thronson, MD, email@example.com
HMC Ambulatory Chief Resident
- For planned absences (vacation, conference leave, etc.), contact:
Renata Thronson, firstname.lastname@example.org
For emergency absences (sick leave, family emergency, etc.) contact:
Renata Thronson (call or page)
- Tuesday afternoons starting with pre-clinic conference at 5:00p
This clinic is staffed by an attending, a R4/Chief Resident, and 4-6 fourth-year medical student providers. As a resident in this clinic, you will have the unique opportunity to practice teaching in the ambulatory setting. Our students are self-selected into this clinic, participate for their entire fourth year, and develop long-term relationships with their own patients. They are a motivated, intelligent, fun group to teach, and they enjoy getting to know the resident preceptors over the course of your month or two in clinic.
- Learn effective teaching skills in the outpatient setting
- Facilitate independent thought and management by medical students
- Teach general principles of outpatient medicine
- Model applicable interview/exam/procedure points
- Practice feedback
- Develop and practice an individual style and technique for teaching in ambulatory settings
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Orientation materials and other resident information for the Student Evening Clinic can be found at sites.google.com/site/harborviewstudenteveningclinic/resources-for-preceptors
*Residents should contact Renata Thronson for login and password information