Clinical Foundations of Medicine
Clinical Foundations of Medicine (CFM) is a course integrated throughout the first two years of medical school. The goal of the course is to provide students with the clinical skills and experiences necessary to succeed when they begin seeing patients in the third-year. In CFM, students learn to perform physical examinations, develop communication skills, and receive training in diagnostic reasoning.
The CFM unit is responsible for faculty and patient recruitment, lecture and small group schedules, syllabi production and dissemination, facility reservations, and administrative support to patients, faculty, staff, and students participating with the course.
To learn more about the Clinical Foundations of Medicine course, please visit the MedCurriculum website or contact one of the staff members listed:
3816 Medical Science Building II