Alpine-Summit Phase Goal: Through a highly tailored curriculum guided by an individual learning plan developed in conjunction with their coach, students will: deepen their knowledge and skills as well-rounded physicians-in-training, choose and prepare
for their residency, and enhance their ability to positively transform the health of their future community beyond their direct clinical practice.
Alpine-Summit components include:
All components are supported by an Individualized Learning Plan.
The individualized portion of the Trek Curriculum, the Alpine and Summit post-clerkship phase allows students to forge their own path and explore their interests. Through a highly tailored curriculum, students will develop and select an individual learning plan in conjunction with their COMPASS Guide and specialty advisor. In order to accomplish these goals during the Alpine and Summit phase, students will complete an individualized learning plan that includes:
Trails (Non-Clinical) Leadership Development
Trails utilize common learning concepts in leadership, curiosity, and commitment to prepare students to be change agents in a given context.
Structure of Trails:
|Bioethics & Humanities|
|Health Systems & Community Leadersihp|
|Health One* (*Fort Collins Branch)|