Resources

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Resources used during orientation

Powerpoint of Introduction to clerkship

Handout on Evidence Based Resources - click here

 

Resources for CARE Assignment and Day Backs

Checklist for tracking progress on CARE assignment - click here

Instructions for using Flip and Consent Form for Flip recording - click here

Template for chronic illness guidelines - click here

Teaching Registry for TBL#2 session - click here

Readings and resources to better understand PCMH

 

Evaluation forms to be used by your preceptor

Midrotation evaluation - click here

Final evaluation - click here

 

Directions to access electronic version of textbook

Go to:  http://thePoint.lww.com/sloane6

On right side of the screen type in UserName:  chapelhill (case sensitive, no spaces)

Type in Password:  fammed (case sensitive) and Click:  Login

Click on E-Book and then Click on Read the Full Text of this Title Online.

 

Preparing for the OSCE

Reviewing instructions for OSCE and in particular the powerpoint and OSCE checklist has helped students feel better prepared for the OSCE

 

Studying for the NBME shelf exam

Students preparing for the NBME shelf exams have found the  AAFP practice questions. You have to become an American Academy of Family Physician (AAFP) member to view questions but membership is free for students and is granted within 1-2 days.

Students have also found the NMS and Pretest series helpful and representative of the level of difficulty of the actual exam questions. Case Files is another resource but students have felt the sample questions are too easy.

While these resources may be helpful to prepare for the exam, we feel the core content of the course is best learned using the Essentials of Family Medicine text. This evidence based text is very up to date for a text book and will give you a solid foundation in family medicine.

 

Clinical Resources as You See Patients [back to top]

Great podcasts especially if you have a long commute

  • Website to help patients understand evidence behind prevention strategies

Really well done website with beautiful graphics that are easy to understand

Website to help patients understand evidence behind prevention strategies

Really well done website with beautiful graphics that are easy to understand

An amazingly easy to understand video that shows the benefit of walking. Consider using with your patients

Peer reviewed articles on relevant topics published in the AAFP journal "American Family Physician"

Up to date peer reviewed guidelines for multiple conditions

A public resource for evidence-based practice guidelines.

Family Physicians Inquiries Network (FPIN) helps answer common questions in evidence based way

Useful risk calculator for CHD risk

Site will take you to the search page for this journal

Evidence-based health care site in Oxford, England

Site provides general medical reviews. You'll need to register, but it's free.

Current Guidelines for prevention. Follow link to ePSS on site to get app for iphone or palm. Great place to look for grade A recommendations

Deepen your dermatology knowledge with cases and quizzes. (log in: uncfamily password heels1). You can also spend more time refining your dermatology knowledge by following this link. http://www.logicalimages.com/educationalTools/learnDerm.htm

Very elegant modules put out by UNC Nutrition Department. Sign up for free and use Nutrition Education for Practicing Physician Modules. Has everything from nutrition in Sports Medicine to nutrition for the elderly

Concise clinical pearls related to prenatal care, intrapartum care, postpartum care, and infant care. Created by the UNC Department of Family Medicine. Onyen login and password is required to access site.

A resource for students considering a career in Family Medicine.