MS1 Class Information – May 16, 2024 v 2


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The school needs your feedback; please take the Spring Student Survey

The Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) team invites you to participate in the 2024 Spring Student Survey to share your valuable feedback on our medical school education program. Your input helps us improve your educational experience and ensure we meet accreditation standards.

By participating, you also have the chance to win gift cards through our response rate incentives. Join us in making a difference and shaping the future of our medical school! Please check out the CQI Spotlight for more info about our ongoing efforts in cquality improvements.

The survey runs from now through June 14.

Peer to Peer: Tip of the Month from Career Advising

If you’re leaning toward a specialty (or a couple of them) and have already met with Career Advising, find a time to meet with your specialty career advisor (SCA). You can follow the guidance provided in the Specialty Guides you can find on this resources page.

Many of you won’t need to connect with them until after starting your clinical phase. For other students, it can be great to get on the SCA’s radar early; make sure you read the Specialty Guide first and bring specific questions. Use the Guidelines for Connecting with SCA website to prepare for your meeting. Be ready to share your summer plans with them and ask if they have suggestions, such as presenting your summer project at a specific conference, extra shadowing, volunteering, etc.

  • Reviewed by BIPOC student Abraham Correa-Medina. Originally written by BIPOC alum Shanelle Briggs, M.D.

ICYMI: Here is a link to the most recent newsletter for MS1s.

Have a fantastic week!