Drs. Bruce Peyser and Larry Greenblatt traveled to Singapore last week to teach at the first Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) Conference in Asia. The event represents a model of clinical education through which medical students develop continuity of relationships with preceptors and patients, and gain integrated cross-disciplinary clinical experiences. Peyser led a workshop entitled "How Longitudinal Students Can and Should Add Value in the Clinic Setting" and Greenblatt led the "Not Everyone is Perfect: Remediation Tips and Tools" workshop.
"It was a truly great academic conference."
"It was a truly great academic conference," says Greenblatt. "The students were highly engaged and contributed a great deal."
Peyser leads the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Program at Duke, and Greenblatt is a teacher.