Clerkship

The Pediatric Clerkship at UNMC uses the standardized curriculum developed by the Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics. Curricular materials and grading criteria are disseminated to students at orientation and are on Blackboard.

Students are randomly assigned to clerkship training tracks. The Community Track positions will be filled first followed by the University Track positions. Once assignments are made, students have the opportunity to switch within their clerkship group if they so choose. However, final approval of the switch is made by the Pediatric Clerkship administration. The breakdown of each training track is detailed below.

University Track

Community Track

  • 2 weeks Inpatient (Childrens or UNMC)
  • 2 weeks General Pediatrics Clinic
  • 1 week Newborn Nursery
  • 3 weeks Specialty Clinics (different specialty area each week)
  • 2 weeks Inpatient (Childrens or UNMC)
  • 4 weeks General Pediatrics Clinic (Greater Nebraska site)
  • 2 weeks Specialty Clinics (different specialty area each week)

The following sites are where students spend time. Use the links below to learn more about each of the sites:

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