The Undergraduates Clinical Experience Program (UCEP) is designed to expose Stony Brook undergraduates to a clinical setting, to give them experience with patients from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, and to educate them on fundamental clinical skills.
Students will attend 5 sessions on important medical topics, held on weeknight evenings, in the Clinical Skills Center in the Stony Brook Health Sciences Center, featuring medical students and physicians. Session topics include History & Physical, Cardiology, Diabetes & Nutrition, Socioeconomic Issues, and the Medical School Application Process. Students will also attend 1-2 clinic sessions held on Sundays to shadow in the SB HOME student run free clinic.
They will be responsible for their own transportation to the clinic.
Students will be required to:
The application cycle for Fall 2016 has closed. The application cycle for Spring 2017 is expected to open sometime around late November/early December 2016.
To read a past participant's thoughts on the program, please click here: Reese Imhof's Thoughts on UCEP.
Please direct any questions concerning the program to Kiran Lorick at firstname.lastname@example.org.