Cooper Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship

The Cooper Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (CLIC) is an ambulatory clerkship that extends through the M3 year. The M3 Year is structured as a hybrid model of inpatient block rotations and the longitudinal integrated clerkship. Seven hybrid blocks are six weeks in length; inpatient rotations are assigned for four of those weeks, with the remaining two weeks dedicated to the CLIC. The two-week CLIC component in each of the seven blocks provides for fourteen weeks of ambulatory care within the core disciplines over the academic year. Students complete scheduled clinic sessions in preceptor offices and are able to schedule a half day of optional operating room time with their CLIC Surgery preceptor during these CLIC weeks.