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In the short 18-month existence of the internal medicine
interest group (IMIG) at A.T. Still University School of
Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA), the students have had
a great opportunity to gain invaluable exposure to internal
medicine prior to their clinical years. At ATSU-SOMA, students have
only one year on campus with the rest of their peers before they
venture literally across the country from New York to Hawaii, or
Alabama to Washington, to gain clinical experience in community
health centers. Because of this, the leadership of the club,
consisting of IMIG Liaison, President, Vice-President, Secretary,
Treasurer, and Activities Chair, is provided mainly by first year
medical students, with one upper-year student as the club's Chief
Executive Office and mentor. This organization design allows for
smoother transition, applicable guidance, and an early start to
activities year-to-year. Along with the student leadership, the
club has been graced with enthusiastic guidance by two faculty
advisors who have an infectious passion for internal medicine.
Because the club consists mostly of first year medical students,
the ATSU-SOMA IMIG is putting together an activities sequence
throughout the year. This program of activities is designed to
gradually introduce students to general internal medicine and
further into the variety of opportunities available within the
realm of internal medicine. The intent of the sequence is to give
students an understanding of internal medicine to help guide them
through the next three clinical years. The year starts with a
wonderful presentation and question-answer session by the club
advisors, which addresses what internal medicine is. Then the year
progresses with presentations by subspecialists in various fields
to gain exposure to the opportunities within internal medicine.
Throughout the year, the club meets bi-monthly to discuss journal
articles and further learn how to analyze and interpret journal
articles. Also, the club meets outside of the walls of the school
through such activities as volunteering at local free health
clinics and even a marathon. Lastly, as the year winds up, the club
arranges a residency panel consisting of interns and residents from
a few of the internal medicine residencies in the Phoenix area to
provide further guidance as to what comes ahead.
A. T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in
March 2010 Issue of IMpact
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