PreClerkship

Medical students at the 9th annual clinical skills day in April 2016, where students received skills and training that would be an asset to rural family medicine.

In the PreClerkship (years one and two) students have a chance to spend a week in a rural community, as well as spending a series of half days (eight) in community physician offices perfecting their history and physical exam skills. For interested physicians, there are teaching opportunities in the above programs, as well as in various blocks taught in the Preclerkship.

For a detailed description of the PreClerkship (years one and two) please visit the Undergraduate Medical Education website.

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