Modify a Clerkship

Minor changes to clerkship data are reported to the Assistant Director of Clerkship Administration during the annual review of offerings. Examples of minor changes are: clerkship director, coordinator, periods offered, and minor edits to descriptions.

Proposals for substantial changes to clerkships require a process to be re-authorized. Examples of substantial changes are: combining clerkships, training objectives, and structure. Substantial clerkship changes are indicated on a form, signed by the clerkship's director, and submitted to the Curriculum Administrator. The Curriculum Administrator reviews the proposal and submits it for approval to the Committee on Curriculum and Academic Policy (CCAP) in the School of Medicine Faculty Senate.