ROTATE WITH US!
Medical students are encouraged to rotate with our service, especially if you are interested in applying to our program. Students will be able to experience emergency department care settings as well as work closely with residents and attending physicians.
M4's or OM4's will be given intern-level responsibilities in patient care while under the supervision of an emergency medicine faculty member or resident. The degree of responsibility for patient care delegated to a medical student will vary based on a number of factors, including the nature of the patient’s illness, nature of the procedure to be done, and the level and abilities of the medical student. Med students are expected to attend all EM conferences and student lectures during their rotation.
Students will be evaluated using their own medical school criteria and evaluation form or our standard resident and faculty evaluation form.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-New Orleans only allows our program to accept 4th-year student rotations from AAMC-accredited or COCA-accredited medical schools.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please apply through the Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS) and upload all required documents listed below. Please note that LSUHSC-New Orleans is no longer accepting the paper application. VSAS is OPEN for the 2019-20 academic year. The 2020-21 academic year opens in March 2020.
Host Institution: LSU School of Medicine New Orleans
Course Name: Emergency Medicine-Baton Rouge
Course #: MED420 (elective)
Course Description: Students will spend 4 weeks in the ED working fourteen 8-hour shifts as well as attending lectures and Simulation/Skills lab. *Shadow shifts are not available.
USMLE Step 1 score
Malpractice Insurance coverage
Immunization (must be up-to-date for the rotation period you're requesting)
For information on how to manage the most common chief complaints
Monthly audio series that reviews basic content to exciting, trending EM topics
Quick, succinct, and easy-to-follow videos for different types of scans
Quick reference guide on pathophysiology, workup, and management of different problems
Podcast that presents evidence-based medicine in the world of critical care
EM/Critical Care blog that reviews basic principles to presenting novel approaches for problems