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2014
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Cardiology

Critical Care Medicine

Gastroenterology

General Medicine

Hematology/oncology

Infectious Diseases

Nephrology

Pulmonary Medicine


Cardiology

TITLE: Cardiology

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine/Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Mario Madruga, M.D.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: The student will develop an understanding of the pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease and learn an approach to the evaluation and treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease. After completion of the course, the student should be able to take a detailed history and perform a physical examination tailored to the cardiovascular system to develop a differential diagnosis. The course provides an in-depth exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease in the hospital and outpatient setting through bedside teaching, didactic lectures, conferences and Grand Rounds. 

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical


Critical Care Medicine

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine -- Orlando Regional Medical Center / Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

COURSE DIRECTORS: Okorie N. Okorie, MD / Sam Venus, MD

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student

COURSE GOALS: Critical Care Medicine (CCM) service specializes in the care of critically ill patients from a wide spectrum of medical, neurological, neurosurgical, cardiac, and cardiovascular etiologies. Conditions cared for in the Critical Care Medicine service include but are not limited to: acute hypoxia, acute respiratory distress syndrome, acid-base imbalances, liver and renal failure, acute stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, acute myocardial ischemia, septic shock, GI bleed, drug overdoses, status epilepticus, and coma. Medical student rotations in the CCM are one month in length. While in the MICU, students work closely with the Critical Care, Pulmonary/Critical Care Attendings and Fellows on the CCM Service.

Students have the opportunity to learn procedures under the direct supervision of the CCM Attending or Fellow. Central venous lines and arterial lines will be done in the presence of the attending or fellow until the resident has documented satisfactory competency in these procedures.  Students may have the opportunity to participate in the placement of pulmonary artery (Swan-Ganz) catheters, endotracheal tubes, chest tube insertion; in all cases the MICU Attending or another Pulmonary/Critical Care Attending is present for the entire procedure.

The multidisciplinary team in the MICU also includes a pharmacist (PharmD), a respiratory supervisor, a social worker and a nutritionist. Call is every fourth night.  Grand Rounds are once a week.

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Students are formally evaluated by the CCM Attending at mid month and at the end of the rotation.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical


Gastroenterology

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine/Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Mario Madruga, M.D.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: This course is designed to develop an understanding of the pathophysiology of gastrointestinal disease and to learn an approach to the evaluation and treatment of patients with gastrointestinal disease. After completion of the course, the student should be able to take a detailed history and perform a physical examination tailored to the gastrointestinal system, in order to develop a differential diagnosis. Instruction includes bedside teaching, didactic lectures, conferences and Grand Rounds. 

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical


General Medicine

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine/Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Mario Madruga, M.D.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: The student will be exposed to the broad range of disease as manifested by general internal medicine patients and will develop an understanding of the pathophysiology of these diseases. The externship provides an in-depth exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of general internal medicine patients in the hospital through bedside teaching, didactic lectures and the following academic conferences: 

a) Daily morning report - problem-oriented

b) Daily noon-conference - problem-oriented

c) Weekly Grand Rounds

d) Monthly Journal Club

e) Monthly EKG conferences

f) Monthly ethics conferences

g) Monthly radiology conferences

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 4 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical


Hematology/Oncology

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine/Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Said M Baidas, M.D. 

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: This course provides an in-depth exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of hematologic disease and malignancy in the hospital and outpatient setting. After completion of the course, the student should be able to take a detailed history and perform a physical examination tailored to the hematologic system, in order to develop a differential diagnosis. Instruction is conducted at the state-of-the-art, comprehensive UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health and includes bedside teaching, didactic lectures, conferences and Grand Rounds. 

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical


Infectious Diseases

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine/Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Mario Madruga, M.D.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: This course provides an in-depth exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases in the hospital and outpatient setting through bedside teaching, didactic lectures, conferences and Grand Rounds. After completion of the course, the student will be familiar with the various diagnostic and therapeutic modalities which are used in the treatment of patients with infectious diseases. 

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical


Nephrology

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine/Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Mario Madruga, M.D.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: This course provides an in-depth exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of renal disease in the hospital and   outpatient setting through bedside teaching, didactic lectures, conferences and Grand Rounds. After completion of the course, the student will be familiar with the various diagnostic and therapeutic modalities that are used in the treatment of patients with renal disease. 

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL SCIENCE: Clinical



Pulmonary Medicine

SPONSORING UNIT: Department of Internal Medicine, Orlando Regional Medical Center

COURSE DIRECTOR: Mario Madruga, M.D.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Fourth Year Medical Student from LCME Accredited Medical School

COURSE GOALS: This course provides an in-depth exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary disease in the hospital and outpatient setting. The program is designed to help develop an understanding of the pathophysiology of pulmonary disease and to instruct in the evaluation and treatment of patients with pulmonary disease through bedside teaching, didactic lectures, conferences and Grand Rounds. After completion of the course, the student should be able to take a detailed history and perform a physical examination tailored to the pulmonary system, in order to develop a differential diagnosis. 

COURSE MATERIALS: Provided

METHODS OF EVALUATION: Routine assessment of clinical, professional and behavioral qualities.

MEETING PLACE AND TIME: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Education Building; 86 West Underwood Street, 1st Floor Lobby, 8:00a.m.

LENGTH: 4 weeks

ENROLLMENT LIMITS: 1 maximum

OFFERED: Every period

CREDIT OFFERED: 100% of 4 weeks = 4 credits

BASIC OR CLINICAL