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WRITE Requirements

WRITE Program Requirements

The student must complete all educational requirements of the clerkships and WRITE Program as well as participate in any activities planned by the WRITE Program. Additionally, students must complete the entire 20 week rotation during the specified academic year and scheduled rotation block; i.e., a portion of the rotation cannot be taken at a later date.

Other requirements for the WRITE program include:

Utilization, satisfactory completion, and submission of the WRITE Student's Patient Visit Log

Achieving stated program goals and objectives and fulfilling specific course requirements for the UWSOM Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry clerkships; students have found that when they set up these components on the scheduling grid early in the WRITE rotation, the completion of the requirements can be more easily accomplished.

Completion of the Community Service Projects (PDF). Also see the Community Service Project Page

The accomplishment of required readings (recommend 10 hours per week minimum) as detailed by respective UWSOM clerkship departments; additionally, students must utilize the current clerkship texts

The completion of necessary examinations, assignments, and forms

Attendance at and participation in:

The WRITE Orientation is in Seattle, typically two Saturdays prior to the start of WRITE. The WWAMI Regional Offices work with Academic Affairs in developing a one-day WRITE Program Orientation for the WRITE Site Coordinators and Site Preceptors, WRITE Site Administrators and WRITE Students. WRITE Orientation presenters include representatives from the WWAMI Regional Offices, Regional Affairs, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Curriculum, Library, Medical Education, Family Medicine Department, Internal Medicine Department, Pediatric Department, and the Psychiatry Department.

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