The Pediatric Clerkship (PHD 600) is a required, eight-week course designed to emphasize skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for general pediatrics. Students at each of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine's seven community locations will receive inpatient, ambulatory, and community experiences coordinated on-site by their respective community clerkship directors and staff.
All course materials for all communities are available on the Michigan State University Course Management System Desire2Learn (D2L).
- US Med Student
- Virtual Pediatric Hospital
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- Case Based Pediatrics for Medical Students and Residents
- MedU - CLIPP Cases
- Center for Evidence-Based Medicine
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention – immunizations, travel
- National Guideline Clearinghouse – public resource for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital - grand rounds and evidence based medicine guidelines
- Department of Pediatrics, University of Hawaii, School of Medicine – Case Studies
- NHTSA National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – child seat safety (carseats)
- Stanford School of Medicine – newborn nursery at LPCH
- Lumbar Puncture
- Newborn Examination video with Jonathan Gold, MD
- Pediatric Physical Exam Video
- The New England Journal of Medicine – videos in clinical medicine
Clerkship Faculty/Staff Directory:
Please click here to view the Pediatric Clerkship faculty/staff directory.