MS3 Class Information – Aug. 18, 2022

Students sought for study of clerkship assessments

 Want to improve clerkship assessment?! Researchers are recruiting MS3s and MS4s for a UW Institutional Review Board-approved study about how clinical clerkship assessments impact learning. The researchers hope this study will benefit medical students by improving clerkship assessments.

 Participants will be offered a $50 gift card for one hour of their time.

What does participation entail?

  • A Zoom interview that will be approximately 50 minutes
  • Questions about your experiences in your clinical rotations
  • Your participation is voluntary and your interview will be de-identified
  • We will not share any identifying information with your institution or in future scientific presentations or publications
  • You will receive a $50 gift card of your choice

If you are interested, please fill out this form.

For more information: Adelaide H McClintock, MD

Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine, UW Roosevelt Women’s Clinic

Clinic: 206-598-5500 / Pager: 206-314-0100/ Email:

Career Advising Student Advisory Board – Tip of the Month

On your rotations, try to get feedback from your attendings at least once a week! Some are better at offering feedback than others. If they aren’t giving you clear steps to improve, ask “what can I be doing to start functioning as an intern?” or “what is one thing in particular I can work on next week?” Feedback fatigue is real, though, so try to see this all as helpful coaching!

  • Reviewed by Career Advising Student Advisory BIPOC board member L’Oreal Kennedy. Originally written by BIPOC alum Shanelle Briggs.

In case you missed it:

Here is a link to the Aug. 11, 2022 Weekly Student Newsletter information for MS3s.


Have a great week!