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Diversity Sub-Internship

The Diversity Visiting Student Internships Program is a funded program designed to give students with a diverse background a chance to experience the exceptional training that the University of Washington has to offer. Students will spend four weeks on one of the teams at Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center and/or Puget Sound Veteran’s Administrative Hospital. Students will participate in all the duties and functions of a medical student intern. They will also be expected to attend all scheduled house staff teaching sessions and conferences.

Please see Visiting Student Clerkship Opportunities.

Eligibility

The Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department Visiting Student Internship Diversity Program is open to applicants in good standing at an LCME or COCA accredited M.D./D.O. school. Preference will be given to those who will be full-time fourth-year students who plan to apply for a residency in PM&R. The program is open to applicants who belong to groups that are recognized as historically underrepresented in the health and science professions, which the department recognizes broadly to include: African American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Hispanic American and Asian/Pacific Islander, etc.

Program Goals

  • Encourage students to consider a career in PM&R
  • Enhance student awareness of opportunities in academic medicine
  • Provide specific mentoring and networking for underrepresented students

Program Resources

 Availability

One spot is available for the 2018-19 academic year.


What will be covered?

$1500.00 for airfare, transportation, housing

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit the following documents:

  • Current Curriculum Vitae, including a list of honors grades in medical school
  • A statement of interest outlining your interest in this clerkship opportunity, what you would like to accomplish while you are here, and your future aspiration in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
  • A short statement describing economic or social disadvantages
  • COMLEX or USMLE scores
  • Follow the department’s Visiting Student Applications guidelines

Applications will be reviewed by members of the Department’s Diversity Committee. Preference will be given to applications received by April 25th, and selected applicants will be notified by June 1st. Applicants not selected for the funded pool may, if interested, be entered to be considered into the general pool of applicants for visiting rotations.

Contact information:

Jong Kim
Program Coordinator
UW Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine
jongkim@uw.edu
206-616-6345 (phone)
206-616-3908   (fax)


 

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