Welcome to the Family Medicine Clerkship!
Family Medicine Clerkship Syllabus 2019-20
- Please read the syllabus prior to beginning your Clerkship to familiarize yourself with the goals and objectives, evaluation process, and policies.
Orientation Slide Deck for Webinar 2019-20
- The orientation webinar is always on the FIRST DAY of the Clerkship from 12-1pm PST – hosted by Family Medicine Clerkship Administrator. Join by Zoom or Phone.
- ZOOM Link
- PHONE (both work):
- +1 408-638-0968; Meeting ID:553853479#
- +1 646-558-8656; Meeting ID:553853479#
UW School of Medicine – MD Program Handbook
Clerkship Sites & Required Documents
During the clerkship, refer to the Assignment Tracker for all curricular responsibilities and timelines. Weekly updates of the Assignment Tracker is a requirement of the clerkship.
Logging these is a requirement of the clerkship:
Screenshot of Encounters:
NBME Final Exam
- NBME Testing Information
- Required Cases and Readings
- FM Shelf Exam Review
- FM NBME Shelf Exam Study Resources
- Testing Location by Site
- MiniCEX – Effective Patient-Centered Care (EPCC), PCOF Form – Physician
- SOAP-Q Guidelines
- Professionalism in the Family Medicine Clerkship
- Feedback and Evaluation Form (Grade Anchors)
- Elective Grade Anchors and Criteria
- Grade Appeal Form
- Grade Calculator
- Faculty and Staff Professionalism Nomination Form
- Recipe for Family Medicine Clerkship Success
- EHR Orientation Checklist
- Guide to Identifying Student Mistreatment
- Body Fluid Exposure Procedure
- Higher Order Thinking Skills
- UW Clerkship Absentee Policy
- Reporting Mistreatment or a Serious Concern:
Students who wish to report mistreatment or a serious concern that doesn’t require immediate response are encouraged to use the Learning Environment Feedback Tool by clicking on the button below. In the tool, you will be able to provide a description of your concern and indicate your follow-up preference and how you would like your feedback shared. You will have the option of reporting completely anonymously and indicating how you want your identity and the identity of anyone else involved in the situation to be shared.