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    AUSOM rotations

    Hi I am a current clinical student at AUSOM, I have completed my IM rotation and my Surgery rotation. I had a week in between rotations and start OBGYN & Pd's in two weeks. Both rotations I completed were at teaching hospitals and I was placed with a resident in both rotation. For the IM rotation I recommend everyone get a Washington Manual, my call night was every 5th night and we weren't allowed to leave until after morning rounds the next day. I spent one to two weeks on average in Oncology, Cardiology, ICU, CCU, Outpatient clinic, and the ER. In surgery a book called "Surgical Recall" is a must, virtually all of the pimping questions come from this book and I guarantee you will look like a star. I was on call every 4th night in surgery, the day usually began at 6AM for me, I had to see my patients before morning rounds @ 6:45, then we had ICU rounds right after that. All the students had a surgical schedule that usually took us through lunch. Oh ya, make sure you check the schedule a day early and see every patient you scrub in on. If you don't see the patients before the surgery in most cases the attending wont allow you to assist in the surgery. After surgery you had to foolow your patients through postop and up to ICU. Then about 6PM we usually had ICU rounds again. Through all this you were required to rotate through outpatient clinical, ER, and ICU. Call nights are spent in the ER with the trauma cases, these are long nights so you have to be able to schedule time to read and rest. It's best if your schedule mirrors the residents.

    All I can say is as a transfer student my expectations have been exceeded and all my rotation thus far have been better than expected. I was asked to post this for the students in the basic science program. You can PM me if you like but remember I start OBGYM on Monday so give me time to get back to you.

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