Undergraduate Medical Education


Undergraduate medical education

The University of Florida College of Medicine is the largest college within the UF Health academic health center. It is consistently ranked among top public medical schools by U.S. News & World Report and has over $300 million in research and sponsored program funding, with researchers exploring topics across nine research centers and institutes.

The faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine are actively involved in curriculum design, implementation/teaching, assessment and program evaluation of the integrated curriculum. The students are exposed to clinical care from the first year of medical school. The college has a learning community “Collaborative Learning Groups”. Several General Internal Medicine faculty serve as facilitators for the learning community. Additionally, faculty are actively involved in medical education research.​

Instructors and Leaders:

Courses:

  •  Ambulatory Care
  • Clinical Correlations: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Clinical Diagnosis
  • Community Health Scholars Program
  • Epidemiology and Public Health
  • Evidence Based Medicine
  • Family Medicine/Geriatrics Clerkship
  • International Medicine
  • Introduction to Clinical Medicine I – IV
  • Medicine Clerkship
  • Medicine Sub-Internship
  • Quality and Patient Safety
  • Pharmacology