Elective & Sub Internship Program
Baylor College of Medicine Elective Program

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Department: MEOTO-Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Course: 503-Clin. Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery
Track:

Course Coordinator: Dr. Julina Ongkasuwan
Course Faculty: Dr. John K. Jones,Dr. Susan A. Eicher,Dr. Robert A. Williamson, Jr.,Dr. Jeffrey Vrabec,Dr. Kelly Gallagher,Dr. Anthony Brissett,Dr. Julina Ongkasuwan,Dr. Binoy M. Chandy,Dr. Deidre Larrier,Dr. N. Eddie Liou,Dr. Nadia G. Mohyuddin,Dr. Mary Frances Musso,Dr. Karina Canadas,Dr. Matthew Sitton,Dr. Tiffany Raynor,Dr. Ronald Vilela,Dr. Ellis Arjmand,Dr. Kenneth Altman,Dr. Krista L. Olson,Dr. Doug Appling,Dr. Donald T. Donovan,Dr. Robert B. Parke,Dr. Marcelle Sulek
Elective Location:
Periods Elective offered: Qtr: 1,2,3,4
Min. Number of Students:Max: 2
Course Level: Clinical Elective: Counts toward 32-credit graduation requirement
Credit: 8
Pre-requisites: Medicine and Surgery
Visiting Student Elective: Yes
Open to International Students: No
Grading: H,HP, P, MP, F Narrative Evaluation
Faculty Approval: Yes

Time Commitment Percentage of time expected
Regular Hours (Mon-Fri): 6:30am - 5pm Inpatient Ward: 5
Night Call: 1 per week Inpatient consultations: 20
Number on-call nights: 4 Outpatient clinics: 20
Weekends: rounds on 2 weekends Surgery: 50
    Laboratory 0
  Didactic: 5
  Other:
Statement of Goals:
This elective is designed to acquaint the student with the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases of the head and neck.
Learning Activities
The student will work with the residents and faculty at The Methodist Hospital, Texas Children's Hospital, and Ben Taub General Hospital or Veteran's Affairs Medical Hospital. Time will be split between the ambulatory clinics, operating room, and inpatient consults at the various institutions. Emphasis is placed on developing skills in the diagnosis and initial management of disorders such as head and neck cancer, ear infections, hearing loss, dizziness, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, phayngitis, dysphagia, cough, speech disorders, voice changes, neck masses, thyroid nodule, and facial paralysis. The student is expected to do one 10 minute presentation on a topic of his or her choice at the end of the rotation.
Evaluation Methods
Verbal feedback will be given at the midpoint and end of the rotation. Input from the faculty and residents will be collated and summarized on an evaluation form that will be returned to the Registrar's office.
When and Where to report on first day of service:
Neurosensory Building 3B
For additional information regarding this elective contact:
Contact Name: Ayde Trejo
Contact Phone: 713-798-7217
Contact Fax:
Contact Location: Neurosensory Building 3B
Address:
Email: aydet@bcm.edu
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