Block 3 – Respiratory And Cardiovascular Systems
Block Zero – Introduction to Medicine
Block 1 – Introduction to Basic Medical Science
Block 2 – Microbiology and Immunology
Block 4 – Endocrine & Reproductive Systems
Block 5 – Gastrointestinal and Renal Systems
Block 6 – Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems
Block 7 – Hematology, Muscle Disorders, Anatomy of the Extremities, Pathology, Dermatology, Behavioral Sciences, and the Febrile Exanthemas | Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System.
Block 9 – Comprehensive Assessment Program (CAP): A knowledge retention and review and USMLE Step 1 Preparation.
Block 10 – Part 2 of CAP and Clinical Preparation. Block 10 completes the CAP process and DAR remediation Program/Insight review sessions and final Exams and then transitions to the final clinical preparations.
Block 8 – The Eye, Ear, Nose And Throat, Dermatology, Congenital Anomalies, Tropical Diseases, Autoimmune Diseases, Legal Issues In Clinical Medicine And An Introduction To Epidemiology And Biostatistics.
6 Weeks - Obstetrics and Gynecology
12 Weeks - Internal Medicine
12 Weeks - Surgery
6 Weeks - Pediatrics
6 Weeks - Psychiatry
6 Weeks - General Family Practice
The 32 weeks of elective rotations are sub-specialties. Students can choose to specialise in areas of most interest to them and to their future career.
Students should carefully consider the rotation requirements of the residency program they are considering when choosing their elective rotations to be sure to satisfy them. Proposals for other elective studies will be considered.