The Primary Clinical Skills (PCS) LibGuide allows students to easily access PCS materials or information that is available to students. The tabs in the navigation bar refer to the available information. Use the drop down arrow next to the tabs to navigate to additional resources such as videos, lab guides, textbooks, etc.
Good Luck on OSCEs this week!
You can now use this email to reach PCS course support. Note, this is a separate address from the PCS Course Directors email. Use this link for concerns with SIM IQ, zoom, etc.
Please remember to review the PES availability calendar, then email Ms. Zorn to confirm and hold your PES time slot.
IMAGE CHALLENGE via The New England Journal of Medicine
An 82-year-old man presented to the emergency department with a 2-week history of generalized weakness and altered mental status. He was started on empiric treatment for meningitis, but he continued to have progressive neurologic decline with the development of seizures, and died 9 days later. Autopsy of the brain showed liquefactive necrosis. Microscopy is as shown. What is the diagnosis?
Clink the link below to submit your answer and see if you are correct.
Attention: You can now email both PCS Course directors at once by clicking the above link, or typing “ACOM PCS Course Directors” in to the “To” line of your email. Please start doing this so that Drs. Carter and Clemmons will all be aware of student concerns.
Thursday, April 22, 8:30 OR 10:30
Heme-Lymph Cases via Zoom
Please check the schedule.
White Coats please- you will be interviewing SPs!
Watch your email! We plan to release OSCE rubrics, videos, and SOAP notes for a 24-hour review window on Monday.
Don’t forget the PCS TA application deadline is Monday at 5:00 PM!
There are no PCS questions with Friday’s Heme-Lymph Exam.
Monday, April 19
2:30 PM – 5:20 PM SIM Wrap-Up – Check SEAMed for your assigned date, time, and location
Wednesday, April 21
8:00 AM – 5:20 PM SIM Wrap-Up – Check SEAMed for your assigned date, time, and location
Thursday, April 22
18 minute encounter/15 minute SOAP note/Oral Case Presentation
We will post a description in SeaMED
Friday, April 23