Each clerkship rotation will be composed of a combination of clinical activity and related materials, didactics, simulation, reading as well as a variety of other activities.
Clinical activity: The number of shifts will be no fewer than nine  and include days, evenings, nights and weekends, and span all three weeks of the clerkship.
Simulation: Opportunities to learn through simulation may occur locally, at NEOMED, at ABIA or at any of the NEOMED emergency medicine residencies.
Didactics: Participation in curricula from both NEOMED emergency medicine residencies and the NEOMED pediatric emergency medicine fellowship is encouraged. Reading: Is required as assigned from the Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer,and encouraged from one of the two main emergency medicine textbooks (Rosen or Tintinalli). See Appendix A for the required reading list. A good text for student purchase is EM Secrets.
Additional Activities: Extra activities that involve emergency medicine sub-specialties such as EMS ride-along, hazmat, poison center, hyperbaric or palliative care, are encouraged.
A variety of learning strategies will be used during the clerkship to help you achieve your goals.
Strategies may include but are not limited to:
Source: https://www.neomed.edu/medicine/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/EM-Clerkship-Syllabus-AY2020-21.pdf Captured on May 1, 2021