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Preventive Medicine & Community Health

Preventive Medicine/Public Health Clerkship

PMPH Clerkship (required clerkship)

As part of the Jubilee Curriculum, a  4th year clinical clerkship was designed that integrates population health concepts into clinical education and practice. Two-week clinical rotations were created in collaboration with preceptors from clinical departments. A core curriculum that is common across all clerkship sites was developed which includes an introductory lecture on paradigms of preventive medicine and public health, as applicable to clinical medicine, and 4 targeted seminars: Sentinel Health Events and Surveillance; Healthcare Law And Clinical Practice; Comparative Healthcare Systems and Preventing Medical Errors – A Systems Approach. Our clerkship provides a necessary perspective for future doctors that is not provided anywhere else in their medical education.  The introduction of a required clinical clerkship in preventive medicine and public health is an effective step towards improved training for medical students in population-based medicine.

For additional information, please contact:

Bart K. Holland, MPH, PhD

Director, PMPH Clerkship
Associate Professor
Stuart D. Cook Master Educator
Director, Pharmaceutical Research Training Program
UMDNJ – New Jersey Medical School
Tel. 973/972-6368



Lisa Marie Bronson

Clinical Clerkship Coordinator

Dept. of Preventive Medicine & Community Health

New Jersey Medical School

Medical Science Building F607

Newark, New Jersey 07101

Tel. 973/972-2297 fax 973/972-7625





Contact Information

Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Medical Science Building - Room F506
185 South Orange Avenue
Newark, NJ 07101-1709
Phone: (973) 972-4422/4423
Fax: (973) 972-7625

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