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Medical Student Education

As a student in a Rehabilitation Medicine elective, you will acquire and practice necessary knowledge and skills to understand the assessment and competent management of people with chronic diseases, impairments and disabilities. You will come to recognize the impact that these disorders have on the individual and society, and that the goals of intervention are to optimize function and quality of life for each individual.

Visiting medical students: please see Visiting Student Clerkship Opportunities.

Advanced Patient Care Sub-Internships (APC Sub-I)

Prerequisites: Completion of Patient Care Phase or equivalent
Length: 4 weeks

Elective Clerkships

Prerequisites: Completion of Patitent Care Phase or equivalent


Student Interest Group

Excited about Rehabilitation Medicine? Consider joining the Rehab Student Interest Group! Look us up in the student organizations directory for faculty and student leadership contacts.

Clerkship Team


Ian Logan, MD, and Mindy Loveless, MD

Program Coordinator

Jong Kim


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