Improving Manager Training in the Face of a Decreased Pre-Clerkship Period

  • Anthony Dao University of Texas, Southwestern School of Medicine
  • Patti Pagels, MPAS, PA-C University of Texas, Southwestern School of Medicine
  • Nora Gimpel, MD University of Texas, Southwestern School of Medicine

Abstract

During the past few years, University of Texas, Southwestern (UTSW) School of Medicine has adapted an 18-month pre-clerkship curriculum. This introduces constraints on manager role handoff between medical student cohorts, and traditionally has been a cause of frequent error in management of The Monday Clinic (TMC). By implementing a more robust training program and web how-to resource, it is hoped that these errors related to role handoff are decreased.

Published
2018-12-31
How to Cite
Dao, A., Pagels, P., & Gimpel, N. (2018). Improving Manager Training in the Face of a Decreased Pre-Clerkship Period. Free Clinic Research Collective, 4. Retrieved from http://www.themspress.org/journal/index.php/freeclinic/article/view/360
Section
Brief Communication