Stanford Department of Pediatrics Funded Visiting Clerkship for Underrepresented Minority Medical Students
Deadline: April 13, 2018
The visiting clerkship program is designed to give students a chance to experience the exceptional training that Stanford Pediatrics has to offer. In addition, it provides Stanford Pediatrics residents and attending faculty a chance to form a close working relationship with each student.
Visiting students will spend four weeks on one of the following: General Pediatrics Wards, Renal/Rheumatology Wards, Pulmonology Wards, Gastroenterology Wards, Hematology/Oncology Wards, NICU, PICU, Cardiology Consults/Clinics, Endocrinology Clinics, or Infectious Disease Consults/Clinics.
As LPCH is a tertiary care center, students will have exposure to a variety of patients ranging from bread- and-butter pediatrics to medically complex patients. Students are also invited to attend morning report and noon conference daily, as well as weekly grand rounds.
- Applicants must be from groups underrepresented in medicine (URM) as defined by the AAMC to include “…those racial and ethnic populations that are underrepresented in the medical profession relative to their numbers in the general population.” Underrepresented in medicine definition
- Applicants must:
- Complete the Stanford Clinical Opportunity for Residency Experience (SCORE) application form
- Provide a personal statement discussing career goals
- Provide one letter of recommendation, preferably from a pediatric attending
- Provide a Curriculum Vitae
- Provide an official medical school transcript
- The application deadline is April 13, and acceptance notices will be sent the following week. Applicants not selected for the funded sub-internship can be, if interested, entered into the general pool of applicants for unfunded visiting clerkships at Stanford Pediatrics.
How to Apply
- Visit the SCORE website to upload your application.