Elective Title: 93SO700 — STUDENT OUTREACH CLINICS (INDIANAPOLIS): LEADERSHIP
The Indiana Student Led Clinics (ISLC) Leadership Elective is a non-credit bearing, complete/incomplete elective for students selected as student board members for an IU School of Medicine student-led clinic. Students fulfilling these roles are expected to enroll in this elective for the duration of their term. Students are expected to fulfill all responsibilities for their positions as outlined by the ISLC Bylaws. Through these activities, students will learn core leadership skills, as well as principles of clinical administration and community-based medicine.
Primary Contact for Add/Drops: Carlie Turner (email@example.com )
Director: Javier Sevilla-Martir, M.D.
Location: Department of Family Medicine (Indianapolis)
- 1) Develop strategies to meet specific patient care needs / in shared patient-centered problem-solving by engaging health care professionals who complement one’s own professional expertise, as well as associated resources (SBP1)
- 2) Identify and design a project to address an ongoing need related to patient care or student education at the clinic using the continuous quality improvement model (SBP4)
- 3) Analyze and reflect upon individual and team performance and discuss methods for performance improvement (SBP4)
- Professional Development Evaluation Form; Continuous Quality Improvement Project Evaluation 1. Student-completed end-of-term written essay, reflecting on the board experience particularly as it pertains to professional development, clinical administration, and/or community-based medicine [objectives 1-3]; 2. Faculty-facilitated group reflection [objectives 1-3]; 3. Faculty-completed Continuous Quality Improvement Project Evaluation [objective 2]
Prerequisites: Must be enrolled at IUSM
Availability with Max Students per Month:
Duty Hours: 4
Time Distribution: 75% Clinical; 20% Library/Research; 5% Lecture/Seminar
Elective Type Category: PD - Professional Development
Notes and Enrollment Information:
Add/Drop Contact Person: Carlie Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org ) Students will engage in faculty-supervised medical service to the local community at an ISLC.
Third Year Elective? Yes
Interprofessional Skills and Service Learning
Interprofessional Collaborative Skills: Yes
Skills Description: Medical students participating in the elective course work with pharmacy, Dental, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing and Social work Students and faculty in a collaborative model including direct consultations during clinic hours
Service Learning Included: Yes
Detaials for Service Learning: