Larner College of Medicine Student Guidebooks
UVM Cultural Resource Guide
We know that getting settled in a new place can be both exciting, and challenging. We wanted to bring your attention to a wonderful resource, the UVM Cultural Resource Guide, to help your transition.
This guide was created for people new to the Burlington area, especially those historically marginalized and underrepresented identities, to learn more about the diverse resources available in the Greater Burlington area. The guide can serve as a vital resource for prospective and current faculty, staff, and students from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and/or identities.
2022 Introduction to Clerkship Guide
The Student Education Committee (SEC) and Larner Chapter of the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Medical Honor Society collaborated on a document that is intended to be an introductory guide to clerkships. They included individual documents on how to be clinically successful on each clerkship, resources for shelf exams, campus specific guides with helpful tips and navigation, and an overview of clerkship grading. As noted in the document, this is not endorsed by our Larner administration or clerkship directors, but rather is a student-directed guide that they hope can continue to be passed down to subsequent classes. They hope that this information makes clerkship year a little less ambiguous, as they know that transitioning every 6 to 7 weeks is stressful enough! Check out the 2022 Introduction to Clerkship Guide...
Please feel free to reach out to your SEC and AOA members if you have any questions, especially those related to the curriculum.
2019 Student Guidebook
Created as a framework and starting place for readers to gain information as well as potentially see themselves reflected in the various offerings of Vermont.
Brings together many sources of information for easy access. Information reflects a diverse collection of community experiences and resources from which everyone may benefit.
Visit the Student Guidebook - Community Subsection...
The Student Ambassadors and SALT team collaborated with several students current and graduated to create an Academic subsection to the LCOM Student Guidebook to help guide students through their first day of classes up until graduation. It is a 70+ page document that includes where to study, how to study for different courses, how to schedule USMLE exams and how to maneuver the third- and fourth-year
lottery. It is password protected and will be updated as new changes are made and with submitted feedback.
After reviewing the Student Guidebook, please do not hesitate to contribute your own thoughts/feedback/updates/etc...