ELECT EOEMB - Family Medicine Rotation in Emergency Medicine
DIRECTOR FOURTH YEAR DEPARTMENT COURSES: Tammy Baudoin M.D.
ELECTIVE DIRECTORS: Euil Luther, M.D.
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT: Melissa Joy Reger, 675.5347
LOCATION: E.A.Conway Medical Center - Monroe, LA
NUMBER OF STUDENTS PER 4 WEEK BLOCK: 1
SELECTIVE AVAILABLE DURING BLOCKS: All
COURSE CODE: EOEMB
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To provide student’s experience in the application of essential Family Medicine skills, attitudes, and knowledge in an emergency room setting.
• Students will develop their skills in obtaining problem pertinent medical history and physical exam findings relative to the common disorders encountered in Emergency Medicine.
• Students will develop their skills as clinicians in the Emergency Room as they develop an assessment and plan on their patients.
• Students will be able to discuss documentation requirements with the Family Medicine faculty to learn the appropriate recording of medical information.
• Students will be able to discuss how the following relate to the successful emergency medicine practice: the doctor- patient relationship, continuity of care, the health care team, appropriate consultations, and emergency care.
• Students will be able to compare the effects of social and cultural variables on the health of patients in the
• Students will extend their knowledge of fundamental principles of medicine and specific disease entities through conferences, reading and other self-study learning modalities; and be able to discuss practical applications of that information.
• Students will gain exposure in and experience with common medical and surgical procedures performed in an emergency room setting.
Resources for Learning:
• Participating Faculty: Course director, LSUHSC Family Medicine Faculty.
• Texts: As recommended by assigned preceptor.
• Hands-on Experience: Supervised evaluation and management of patients in an emergency room setting.
• Computer Assisted Instruction: Library research
• Directed Readings: As recommended by assigned preceptor.
• Self-Directed Learning: Focused review of topics directly related to patient care utilizing library and online resources.