Minot Integrated Longitudinal Experience (MILE)
The Minot Integrated Longitudinal Experience (MILE) is a third-year clerkship for students training in the Minot, N.D. region. The program began in 2012 and has since expanded, allowing students to work with preceptors in each of the UND SMHS specialty areas.
For example, a student might balance the work week with time in the primary care preceptor’s office, time in surgery, an obstetrics & gynecology shift, and emergency room time. An important feature of the new MILE is that students develop a panel of patients whom they follow throughout the year, accompanying them to consultant visits and procedures, and following them through hospitalizations.
The clerkship director is Alicia Norby, M.D.
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