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FCM 140.16: Caring for Adolescents & Adults with DD

FCM 140.16: Caring for Adolescents & Adults with DD

During this two- to four-week rotation, fourth year medical students experience the full breadth of community-based Developmental Medicine. In addition to rich clinical exposures, over half the faculty for this rotation are people with disabilities or their family members.

Description of Training Sites

SAMPLE SCHEDULE
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
31
Orientation meeting with elective director Reading time for elective reading notebook
1

8:30am: Primary care visit to ICF/DDN group home

 

1:00pm: Patient care focusing on adults with DD at UCSF GMP Clinic

2

Attend OT and case management visit with pregnant patient with triplegic CP

3

9:30-12:00 Orientation at Community Gatepath

4

Spend day with the DD Health Advocate at the Family Health Center (SFGH)

7

Holiday

8

9:00- 12:00 Project time

1:00-5:00 Patient care at UCSF Epilepsy Clinic

9

9:30 - 5:30 Through the Looking Glass

10

8:30 - 5:00 Patient care at UCSF GMP Clinic

11

1:30-6:00 Seeing patients with DD at the UCSF Adolescent & Adult Clinic

14

9:30: Primary care visit at Shoreview Group Home

 

1:00: Patient care focusing on adults with DD at UCSF GMP Clinic

15

9:00- 12:00 Project time

 

2:00-4:00: Site visit at The Arc of San Francisco

16

10:00-11:00: AAIDD Webinar on End of Life Care

12:00-2:30: Genesis Day Program

3:00: Patient care at Atenar Home, Inc.

17

9:00-10:00: Lecture: Epilepsy Management

10:30-5:30 Project time

18

9:00: Telemedicine Assessment Consultation Team (TACT)

1:00-6:00: Patient care at UCSF Adolescent & Adult Clinic

21

Draft project plan due

Autism Clinic

22

Finalize project

Autism Social Connection Teen Video Class

23

Project presentation at Community Gatepath

24

UMDMJ Webinars on Osteoporosis and Dental Care in People with DD

25

Meeting with elective director