The curriculum of the Transitional Year Residency Program at IU School of Medicine is well-rounded with exposure to a wide variety of patients, conditions and practice settings. Residents benefit from the guidance of IU School of Medicine’s outstanding clinical faculty, who are practicing physicians at IU Health.
The program’s aim is to develop healthcare leaders who are well-prepared to enter advanced residency training. Successful applicants value the strong clinical foundation and emphasis on individual resident development provided by the Transitional Year.
Core Clinical Rotations
The clinical curriculum consists of 13 four-week blocks. Each resident completes the core clinical rotations and a five-rotation specialty track aimed at advanced residency preparation.
|Emergency Medicine||2 blocks|
|Family Medicine Clinic||longitudinal|
|Internal Medicine Clinic||1 block|
|Internal Medicine Hospitalist||2 blocks|
|Pediatrics Hospitalist||1 block|
|Medical ICU||1 block|
|Specialty Track Rotations||5 blocks|