Neurology is a four-week clerkship which provides a foundational experience in the field of Adult Neurology. Student will learn about various neurologic conditions, including pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment. Learning will specifically focus on ability to gather a detailed neurological history performing a neurological examination. Offered at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and affiliate locations. (4 week clerkship)
Departmental research is scheduled after consultation with the department and approval of a research project. Students may complete up to 12 credits (or 8 weeks) of research in Phase 3. Students wishing to count their research project towards the SI requirement in Phase 3, must receive permission from the SI Director and complete a capstone project.
This course explores a wide-range of topics in neurology as a baseline framework for a potential future start in training in neurology. This course utilizes a combination of readings, podcasts, online cases, lectures, and participation in resident lectures. Graded P/F.
The Advanced Neurology Course is an elective course offered to fourth-year students to explore a wide-range of advanced topics as a baseline framework for a potential future career in Neurology. The course is 4-weeks long. The student will build their schedule by selecting 1-2 week blocks from the following six rotation options: *Multispecialty Outpatient Clinics *Epilepsy Monitoring Unit *Neurocritical Care at the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience (JHN) *Night-float at Gibbon or JHN (rotating with the consult resident) *Jefferson Northeast Consult Service (staffed by Neurology Department Faculty) *Inpatient Headache Service at Methodist (staffed by Neurology Department Faculty)