The Basecamps Course is an 8-week curriculum spread out over the clinical years of medical school. Through this longitudinal curriculum, cultivating continuous self-advancement and growth mindset, students will solidify previously learned knowledge and skills, as well as develop and advance relevant knowledge and skills required for their next stage in clinical training.
Prepare Day-1 ready: Clerks, Acting-interns, Interns
The Foothills Basecamp will further develop students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to transition to their clerkships with confidence and success. Through multidimensional skills and case-based sessions, students will advance clinical reasoning, psychomotor, communication, and efficiency skills as well as dedicate time to reflection and professional identity exploration.
The Alpine Basecamp will further develop students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to begin their advanced clinical rotations with confidence and success. Through skills practice and case-based sessions, students will advance clinical reasoning, psychomotor, communication, and efficiency skills as well as dedicate time toward reflection and professional identity exploration. Students will have the opportunity to learn content within the context of their Acting Internship specialty.
The Transition to Residency (TTR) basecamp is designed to prepare graduating medical students to be safe, efficient, and confident day-1 interns and provide lifelong learner skills to prepare students to be resilient, growth-focused, and successful leaders in their careers as physicians.
The specialty-specific curriculum is divided into the following specialties: Anesthesia, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, OBGYN, Pediatrics, and Surgery.