The Family Medicine Clerkship is centered on learning office-based primary care in a community practice. Through the lottery (second year) students will be assigned to either a rural community in Ontario or a community practice in Ottawa. The rural rotations are organized through our closest rural network, the Eastern Regional Medical Education Program (ERMEP), who takes care of all the details including lodging. As well two students from each block can choose to work with a different rural network in Ontario (ROMP or NOSM).
Rotation outline - MD 2023
Week 1: Everyone will be attending virtual learning modules and interprofessional team/allied healthcare provider visits. You will not be attending a clinic/office. Details on exact schedules will be available closer to the beginning of the rotation.
Weeks 2 to 6: Everyone will spend all of this time with their assigned preceptor either in Ottawa (community) or in a rural site. The expectation is that the student would experience the full scope of their preceptor practice which could include hospital call, nursing home care, emergency room shifts, deliveries, etc. Details on exact schedules will be available closer to the beginning of the rotation.
Important Documents and Resources
- Clerkship Objectives
- Clerkship Handbook
- Clerkship Examination Blueprint
- Observation of Clinical Skills - Mini Clinex
- Interprofessional Team/Allied Healthcare Provider Visit Form
- Clerkship Preceptor Manual
- Clinical Encounters - One45 logs
- LearnFM Clerkship Clinical Scenarios
- Mental Health and Addictions Resource List
- uToronto - The Hub - Family Medicine Cases