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The goal of the elective is to prepare medical students both linguistically and culturally to serve the Latino population in the United States and abroad.
A longitudinal experience for medical students, the elective includes the following components:
Medical students enter in January of their first year and graduate from the elective at the end of the third year. Students receive four weeks of fourth year elective credit.
Any first-year medical student in good standing may apply. While not a requirement, preference is given to students who have previous course work or experience speaking Spanish, or working with Spanish-speaking communities. Applications are
sent out to all first-year students and an information session is held in November of each year. Applications are due in December, and students are typically informed of their acceptance in January of each year.
Contact the course director, Christy O’Dea, MD for more information at Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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