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Class of Summer 2015 Summer Training Option for Rural Medicine STORM Course Director: Michael Kennedy, MD Course Senior Coordinator: Neesa Montoya Course Administrative Assistant: Lisa Mena
Course Description • Course began in 1992 – this is the 27 th year! • Patients - Designed to provide students with early career exposure to the care of patients. • Summer - Offered to students between their first and second years of medical school by the Department of Family Medicine. • Experience - Students will learn clinical medicine with a community physician in primary care. • Rural - Students will collect data about key aspects of primary care practice in rural Kansas.
KAFP • Organized Medicine • Students will participate in activities at the annual meeting of the Kansas Academy of Family Physicians. • http: //www. kafponline. org/education/a nnualmeeting/
Research Topics Under Consideration • Hospital Survey for OB Care • Workforce • ECHO • Opioid abuse
What students get to do…
Locations of Students 2018
Campus Distribution, 2016
Stipend - $$$$$$$$ • This elective includes a stipend that is funded by: • • • Dane G Hansen Foundation H. L. Baker Trust of La. Crosse, Kansas Academy of Family Physicians Sutton Family Endowment Fund KUMC School of Medicine • The stipend will include • A base scholarship payment of $1200 or $2400 • Additional $400 payment bonus provided to students who thoroughly complete all aspects of the program’s research activities.
Summary Information • 2 hours of elective credit (4 weeks) • Stipend • $1, 200. 00 plus $400 bonus for work completion • 4 hours of elective credit (8 weeks) • Stipend • $2, 400. 00 plus $400 bonus for work completion • Make all arrangements through the rural office • Opportunity to be part of the writing and presenting team
Contact • KUMC Office of Rural Medical Education, 3 rd floor Robinson • Room 3054 • Michael Kennedy, MD • Associate Dean for Rural Health Education • Neesa Montoya • Senior Administrator • Lisa Mena • Assistant Coordinator • 913 -588 -8221