Weekly-Schedule

Sr.DayTitleVenueTimings (CST)
1MondayTopic Lecture• On-site
• Telehealth
8:00 AM
6:00 AM
2TuesdayHospital Round• On-site
• Telehealth
8:00 AM
6:00 AM
3WednesdayHospital Round
• On-site
• Telehealth
8:00 AM
6:00 AM
4ThursdayCase Presentation and Discussion
• On-site
• Telehealth
8:00 AM
6:00 AM
5FridayTopic Presentation and Discussion
• On-site
• Telehealth
8:00 AM
6:00 AM

Learn More About Activities

Hospital Rounds

Active cases of patients admitted in the inpatient wards of different US hospitals are presented to the interns by the preceptor(s). Pathophysiology, pharmacological management, and clinical diagnosis are discussed keeping in view the academic level of interns. Identities of patients are not disclosed for confidentiality (HIPAA Law). Interns are encouraged to actively participate in these discussions.

Case Presentation and Discussion

Rotating physicians prepare and present the cases (history, clinical diagnosis, laboratory workup, management plan, prognosis) before the entire class. Medical students are required to observe the session and actively participate in the QA section.

Lectures on Selected Topics

These online lectures will be delivered by the preceptor(s). These lectures have been tailor-made for medical students and physicians wishing to appear in USMLE exams and pursue US Residency in the future. During these lectures, the students will interact with preceptors and ask questions as well.
  • Introduction to the US Healthcare System
  • Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in the US Healthcare System
  • USMLE Exams (Timeline, Study Resources, SMART Study Plan)
  • United States Clinical Experience – USCE (Opportunities, Applications, Communications, Visa, Boarding and Lodging)
  • ERAS Application Guide
  • Residency Interview Guide
  • Analysis of NRMP statistics: What are my chances of getting matched as an IMG ?

Topic Presentation and Discussion

Rotating physicians are assigned clinical topics to be prepared and presented. These include a broad ranges of topics related to medicine and its allied specialties.

Medical students are required to observe and actively participate in the session. They may be required to prepare and present the pathophysiology and pharmacological management sections of these topics. The presenter will be judged for the quality and accuracy of presentation, presentation style, and confidence of the presenter.

Learn More About Activities

Hospital Rounds

Active cases of patients admitted in the inpatient wards of different US hospitals are presented to the interns by the preceptor(s). Pathophysiology, pharmacological management, and clinical diagnosis are discussed keeping in view the academic level of interns. Identities of patients are not disclosed for confidentiality (HIPAA Law). Interns are encouraged to actively participate in these discussions.

Case Presentation and Discussion

Rotating physicians prepare and present the cases (history, clinical diagnosis, laboratory workup, management plan, prognosis) before the entire class. Medical students are required to observe the session and actively participate in the QA section.

Lectures on Selected Topics

These online lectures will be delivered by the preceptor(s). These lectures have been tailor-made for medical students and physicians wishing to appear in USMLE exams and pursue US Residency in the future. During these lectures, the students will interact with preceptors and ask questions as well.
  • Introduction to the US Healthcare System
  • Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in the US Healthcare System
  • USMLE Exams (Timeline, Study Resources, SMART Study Plan)
  • United States Clinical Experience – USCE (Opportunities, Applications, Communications, Visa, Boarding and Lodging)
  • ERAS Application Guide
  • Residency Interview Guide
  • Analysis of NRMP statistics: What are my chances of getting matched as an IMG ?

Topic Presentation and Discussion

Rotating physicians are assigned clinical topics to be prepared and presented. These include a broad ranges of topics related to medicine and its allied specialties.

Medical students are required to observe and actively participate in the session. They may be required to prepare and present the pathophysiology and pharmacological management sections of these topics. The presenter will be judged for the quality and accuracy of presentation, presentation style, and confidence of the presenter.