University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Medical Student Education


Vermont Integrated Curriculum

Level 2 - Clinical Clerkships

Level 2 consists of core clerkships emphasizing the basic principles of clinical medicine, including primary and preventive care while building clinical skills for students through daily care of patients within different medical specialties in both ambulatory and hospital environments.

Level 2: Clinical Clerkship
Mar Apr May Jun Jul
Year 3
Surgery Inpatient Internal Medicine Bridge Neurology/Outpatient Internal Medicine Vacation
Level 2: Clerkship
Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
Year 3
Psychiatry Bridge Family Medicine Bridge Pediatrics Vacation Obstetrics & Gynecology Bridge
Bridges include content such as:
  • Patient Safety
  • Evidence-based Medicine
  • Simulation
  • Palliative Care
  • Global Health
  • Complementary & Alternative Medicine
  • Pharmacology
  • Nutrition
  • Genetics
  • Professionalism
  • Communication & Reflection II
  • Health Care Finance

Highlights of Level 2 - Clinical Clerkships

  • Leadership Development - Bridge Clerkship - support professional growth and extend the learning of Foundations competencies into clinical applications and decision- making.
  • Diverse Clinical Settings - From The University of Vermont Medical Center, in Burlington, VT; to Danbury Medical Center, in Danbury, CT; to Eastern Maine Medical Center, in Bangor, ME; and St. Mary's Hospital, in West Palm Beach, FL. See Clinical Affiliates for more information.

Last modified November 12 2014 09:26 AM