Clerkship Policies and Guidelines

 

  • Learning Environment Policy
    The purpose of this policy is to enhance the learning environment for students in the UNC School of Medicine, residents, fellows, attendings, hospital staff and other trainees. As our institution adapts to a rapidly changing health care environment, we must support an atmosphere in which learning is encouraged and the roles of all participants in the system are respected and valued. Institutionally, we have an ethical responsibility both to affirm our aspirations for a positive learning environment and to specify procedures in case of mistreatment of trainees. What follows is consistent with the UNCHCS Code of Conduct and existing UNC policy on the relationships of students and faculty.
  • Needle Stick
    Blood and body fluids can be infected with Hepatitis or HIV. If you are exposed due to a needle stick or mucous membrane splash or splatter during the course of your clinical rotation, click on this link for what directions to follow.
  • CDSP
    Clinical Academic Resources (CAR) is a program to help students improve clinical, communication, and professional skills.  CAR provides counseling, resources, and remediation services for students in clinical courses.
  • Grade Appeal
    Information on the process and timeline for appealing a course or clerkship grade.