Indiana State Medical Association Student Group November 2018 Update

To stay better connected with the IU School of Medicine student body, the Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA) student group will be sharing more updates. Here’s the first! ISMA Convention Update: The ISMA convention took place last month, where we had our largest medical student turnout yet (Free to attend for students!). At the conference, […]

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Bloomington Longitudinal Clerkship Program Apps due November 7

Interested in student centered education and patient centered care?  Do you appreciate continuity in your peer group and longitudinal mentoring opportunities?  Does a flexible integrated schedule fit your adult learning needs?  Now taking applications for the Bloomington Longitudinal Clerkship program – applications are due by November 7. BLIC 2019 overview information. 2019 BLIC application (apply by […]

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Transitions 3 FAQs

Class of 2020, We hope you’re enjoying clerkships! The Medical Student Education team wanted to give you an update on Transitions 3 (T3) and Advanced Clinical Elective (ACE) information, based upon some frequently asked questions we’ve received. Transitions 3 FAQs Will all students be in Indianapolis the whole month for T3?  For the time being, […]

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Vital patient record rules go into effect November 1

New feature monitors “self, friends and family” medical record access Did you know that accessing your own medical record or viewing the medical record of someone you know (friend, family, colleague, acquaintance, etc.) without an authorized need is one of the most common violations of patient privacy? This type of activity—referred to as “self, friends […]

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Class of 2020 Kenya Elective Application Due November 8

All Class of 2020 students: There will be an informational meeting concerning Elective 93ZH820 Medicine in Kenya on Thursday, November 15 at 5 pm in the Rotary Building Room RO121. In order to be eligible to attend the informational meeting on November 15, please submit a two-page personal statement discussing global health interests along with your CV by Thursday, […]

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Important: 2018-2019 Mandatory Phase 1 Year 2 Remediation Dates

Phase 1 Year 2 Remediation Plan – 2018-2019 Important Dates The remediation dates are required, so please be mindful when making travel arrangements. February 22: Last day of exams (could be as late as March 2 if there are weather-related school closings) February 26: Final notification of students who have failed Phase 2 courses (Only […]

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Updated Isolated Deficiency Policy and Impact on Good Standing: What it Means for Students

Updated: October 8, 2018 In an effort to reduce the potentially negative impacts of an isolated, unrepeated difficulty on a student’s transcript, the Isolated Deficiency policy for all courses, clerkships and electives has been changed. This change goes into effect retroactively, beginning on April 1, 2018 for current Phase 2 students, June 1, 2018 for […]

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