About the Program
This one-day workshop prepares select Kansas students to shadow physicians, observe doctor-patient communications, learn about the roles other health-care professionals play, participate in community health programs, and write patient case summaries.
Selected students will participate in breakout sessions to learn sterile techniques, the fundamentals of taking a medical history, and professionalism and patient confidentiality.
The application to the Primary Care Workshop includes completion of the application form, receipt of a current transcript/s for all college work completed, and a one-page personal statement.
Applications for the fall, winter and summer Primary Care Workshops can be obtained from your premedical adviser at Kansas colleges and universities, from the KU-SOM Office of Premedical Programs, or by downloading the application materials (PDF).
Applications for the Primary Care Workshop must be received no later than the date listed below.
|University of Kansas School of Medicine - Kansas City||January 2017||To be announced.|
|University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita||June 1, 2016||
May 20, 2016
|University of Kansas School of Medicine - Salina||Fall 2016||
To be announced.
Students will be accepted into the Primary Care Workshop upon fulfillment of requirements and first-come, first-serve basis. Up to 25 students will be able to participate in each workshop.