Please refer to the UConn School of Medicine Visiting Medical Students page for specific information.
Our catalog is posted on VSLO in March and we begin accepting applications in April. Our requirements in a candidate is someone who is hard working, motivated, energetic, a team player, and a good person. We require copies of your USMLE Step 1 Score Report and Medical School Transcript.
We are following the recommendations by the Coalition for Physician Accountability and AAMC. We will adjust accordingly.
We look forward to reviewing your application!
How to Be Successful on Your Sub-Internship
- Retain what you are taught in the clinic and the OR and then apply it later in the same situation.
- In the OR and clinic DO NOT ASK what you can do to help. Observe what people are doing, how patients are cared for and what the flow is, then ask or start helping with what you have observed.
- Later you can ask people specific questions about how can help the team be more efficient.
- Show independent thought and initiative.
- Know what your cases are ahead of time.
- Know who you will be working with.
- Research the patient, the indications for surgery and the surgical technique.
- Take notes when you are learning so that you can refer to them later.
Administrative Program Coordinator
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06034-4037