CLIC- The Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships

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This site is maintained by the members of CLIC. It should be considered to be a link to individual schools and documents produced by the consortium rather than a point of contact for the consortium. If you represent a medical school with a longitudinal integrated clerkship and would like to have links to your program added to this website please send an email to:

Thursday, September 25, 2014

The 2015 CLIC conference will be held in Carolina
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CLIC overview

The Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) is a group of faculty from medical schools around the world who have, or are considering, developing, implementing and studying integrated clerkship models to address core clinical training for undergraduate medical education.


Longitudinal integrated clerkships (LICs) have the following common core elements:

  • Medical students participate in the comprehensive care of patients over time
  • Medical students have continuing learning relationships with these patient's clinicians
  • Medical students meet, through these experiences, the majority of the year's core clinical competencies across multiple disciplines simultaneously.




(Hello! in Pitjantjatjara - the language of the Aboriginal people of the Central Australian Desert).

The Global Community Engaged Medical Education Muster occurred 27-30 October 2014 at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort - located in ‘The Red Centre' and situated adjacent to Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock), one of Australia's most recognisable natural landmarks.



Photo Courtesy of Voyages Hotels & Resorts 

'Muster' is a term primarily used in Australia to refer to the roundup of livestock. However, it can also refer to the calling forth of people to a gathering. ‘The Muster' brought together internationally recognised leaders in community engaged medical education and stimulated important discussions about key concepts and practices at the forefront of medical education: Longitudinal Learning, Community Engagement, Social Accountability and Aboriginal Health.


Along with a vital scientific program which has become the tradition of these conferences, a key feature of the 2014 Muster was the time set aside for community of practice discussion and reflection. Key features included 'white space' in the program and conference dinners to start and conclude the conference.

View the Objectives and Themes (PDF 121KB)



The 2014 Muster was the fourth conference to be hosted by Flinders University and Northern Ontario School of Medicine.  Partners in presenting the 2014 Muster were James Cook University, Federation of Rural Australian Medical Educators (FRAME), Training for Health Equity Network (THEnet) and Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (CLIC).  For information on previous conferences hosted by Flinders University, please refer to Muster 2010 and Rendez-Vous 2012.







In September 2013 from September 29th to October 2nd

at Big Sky in Montana, USA

the University of Washington School of Medicine and the Montana AHEC

 hosted CLIC 2013: "Exploring Ideas in Medical Education"

An optional tour of Yellowstone National Park occurred from October 2nd to 4th 2013

visit /CLIC.aspx











In 2012 CLIC, THE NET and WONCA joined together to deliver Rendez Vous a combined conference at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine in Thunder Bay , Northern Ontario from Tuesday 9th until Sunday the 14th of October 2012.


Rendezvous2012/Rendezvoussash.jpglinks to information about Rendez Vous including recorded sessions can found at can be found at 




Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships:  

 Alabama College of Medicine

John B. Waits, MD, FAAFP

Program Director, Cahaba Family Medicine Residency

CEO, Cahaba Medical Care Foundation

405 Belcher Street, Centreville, AL 35042-2946

Main: 205-926-2992 / Fax: 205-316-7675 


Lacy Smith, MD

Chief Medical Officer, Cahaba Medical Care Foundation

195 Hospital Drive, Centreville, AL 35042-2935

Main: 205-926-2992 / Fax: 205-926-2993  


Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, USA 


In January 2013 Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons initiated a 12-week longitudinal integrated clerkship at the James J. Peters VA in The Bronx, New York. This "mini-longitudinal clerkship" includes training in Primary Care, Inpatient Medicine, Ophthalmology, Urology and Orthopedics.  
Clerkship Directors for this program are: 
Deborah Jones MD MPH
Clerkship Director,
Primary Care 

Katherine Nickerson, MD
Clerkship Director, Medicine
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Columbia University Medical Center
622 West 168th Street 
New York, NY 10032

The Commonwealth Medical College, USA

Valerie D. Weber, MD, MS

Chair, Department of Clinical Sciences

The Commonwealth Medical College

525 Pine Street, 3rd Floor East

Scranton, PA 18509

 phone 570-504-9658

fax 570-504-9663




Dalhousie University ,Canada 


established its first LIC site in September 2010.


Contacts are below:


Chair LIC Dalhousie Committee

John Steeves

Associate Dean Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick

Associate Professor Dalhousie Dept Surgery,Division Orthopedics

Associate Professor Dalhousie Dept Medical Education


phone 506-636-6000

fax 506-636-6001

p.o.Box5050, Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick, UNBSJ Campus

100 Tucker Park Rd

Saint John, NB E2L4L5


Robert Boulay

DMNB Clerkship  Director Miramichi Site

LICD Miramichi Site Director

Miramichi Regional Hospital

500Wter St,Miramichi, NB E1V3G5


Tel: (506) 623-3341

Fax (506) 623-3347


Rachel Cameron-Dube

Clerkship Coordinator Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick

Miramichi Regional Hospital

500 Water St,Miramichi,NB E1V3G5

Email ;

Tel : (506)623-3341

Fax(506) 623-3347 




Deakin University, Australia

Deakin Integrated Model of Medical Education in Rural Settings (IMMERSe)

Deakin University School of Medicine, Faculty of Health, Deakin University. 

299 Koroit street, WARRNAMBOOL Victoria, 3280 Australia, 

Director of Clinical Studies:  Dr Daryl Pedler

Administrative Officer: Ms Colleen Stephens 

(03) 55644326 International: +61 3 55644326




Duke University, USA

Primary Care Leadership Track

 Director: Barbara Sheline, MD, MPH

Associate Professor, Community and Family Medicine

phone 919-684-6721

Fax  919-681-7085

Box 3886

Durham, NC 27710

Administrative Staff:  919-668-1491 




Flinders University, Australia

Parallel Rural Community Curriculum (PRCC)

Dr Lucie Walters  <

Dr Jennene Greenhill <>

Onkaparinga Clinical Education Program (OCEP)

Dr Sarah.Mahoney <>


 Flinders Northern Territory:

Dr Sarah Strasser <>




Georgia Health Sciences University, USA



Northwest Georgia Clinical Campus of Georgia Health Sciences University

3rd and 4th year Clinical Clerkships plus an added experience in Medical Communications(MEDCOMM).


Leonard D. Reeves M.D. FAAFP-Assistant Dean



Vicki Wiles  - Clerkship Coordinator

(706) 802-5307


Heritage Hall

415 East Third Ave

Rome, Ga, USA 30161 



Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

 Bloomington Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship program

contact Sarah Tieman MD email:  


 James Cook University, Australia

Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships are offered in five sites in remote Queensland: Atherton, Cooktown, Cloncurry, Longreach and Mareeba. A small number of students complete sixteen weeks of their sixth and final year in these sites.





Associate Professor of Rural Medicine 

Director of Rural Clinical Training and support 

The Whitehouse,

Jack Street, Atherton 4883

PO Box 1395, Atherton  4883, Qld Australia

Atherton Ph: + 61 (0)7 4005106   Fax:  +61 (0)7 40956199





Maine Medical Center-Tufts University School of Medicine, USA

Contact person:

Dr. Bob Trowbridge, MD

email address: 

Director of the MMC.TUSM LIC

Maine Medical Center. Tufts Medical School Program


McGill University, Canada

Integrated Clerkship - Gatineau, Quebec, Canada


Gilles Brousseau, MD

Assistant Dean of Medical Education for Campus santé Outaouais


Administrator: Yan Thibeault






Monash University, Australia

School of Rural Health

East Gippsland Regional Clinical School

PO Box 1497, Bairnsdale Vic 3875 Australia

Contact Person : Dr David Campbell

Associate Professor


East Gippsland Regional Clinical School

+61 (0) 408 516968



Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Canada

 MD program – Introduction

 MD program – About our Program

 MD Program – Academic Calendar

Phase 2 Coordinator/Assistant Professor,  Peter Istvan, PhD, MBA

Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Phone: 705-774-8560 



Queen's University, Canada

Integrated Clerskhip 
Course Director: Assistant Professor Richard van Wylick MD FAAP FRCPC
Department of Paediatrics
School of Medicine
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario Canada  K7L 3N6
phone: 613-544-3400 ext 3359





The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia 
is a collaboration between  
The University of Western Australia and University of Notre Dame Australia,
Denese Playford  (Assoc. Prof, Medical Education): 

The Rural Clinical School of WA
35 Stirling Highway,

Denese can be contacted on Tuesdays – Fridays

mob: +61 (0)421-562-872

FAX: +61 (0)8-9346-3120 





Stellenbosch university, South Africa.

 The Ukwanda RCS, FHS,

The Ukwanda RCS started in Jan 2011 with the first intake of 9 students. It is situated in Worcester 100 km from Cape town and surroundings rural towns in a radius of 130 km. At Worcester, a regional hospital, we follow a hybrid educational model with specialist rotations and weekly longitudinal primary care exposure throughout the year. At the surrounding district hospitals we follow a "pure" longitudinal integrated model (LIM) where students are based for the whole year in a primary care setting and work under the supervision of a family physician.  All the students meet every Wednesday at Worcester for tutorials.

One student unfortunately had to return to main campus for medical reasons. Six students were based at Worcester hospital and two students at Ceres District Hospital.

We are very happy to report that all the students passed and that one student on the longitudinal model passed with distinction. Next year we will have 21 students, 17 in Worcester and 2 each  in the longitudinal model in Swellendam and Robertson.

For more information please visit     



Tulane University School of Medicine, USA

TRIP – Tulane Rural Immersion Program -

Director, Professor Richard H. Streiffer, MD, Dept of Family & Community Medicine
Tulane Rural Immersion Program, 1430 Tulane Ave #8033, New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: 504-988-4700, FAX 988-4701   email:

The University of Alabama School of Medicine, Tuscaloosa Campus, USA
The College of Community Health Sciences

Box 870326

Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0326

Tuscaloosa Longitudinal Integrated Curriculum

Julia L. Boothe, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine

Administrative contact:

Pat Murphy

University of Alberta, Canada

Integrated Community Clerkship (ICC)
The ICC is a 10 month rural LIC for 3rd year students in a 4 year graduate entry undergraduate medical education program. 

Dr. Peter Hamilton, Program Director, ICC
Dr. Jill Konkin, Associate Dean, Community Engagement
Ms. Sherry Sweeney, Program Coordinator 

University of British Columbia, Canada

Integrated Community Clerkships (ICCs):

The UBC Faculty of Medicine MD Undergraduate program offers a one-year integrated program for third year MD students in rural communities. There are six integrated clerkship site locations: Chilliwack, Cowichan Valley (Duncan), Terrace, Fort St. John (Peace Liard), Vernon and Trail.

Site Directors:

Chilliwack – Dr. Scott Bakker

Cowichan Valley (Duncan) – Dr. Maggie Watt

Terrace – Dr. Andrea Geller and Dr. Mike Kenyon

Fort St. John (Peace Liard) – Dr. Becky Temple and Dr. Jana De Bruyn

Vernon – Dr. Alison Rankin

Trail – Dr. Cheryl Hume

UBC Integrated Clerkship Website

ICC Chair - Mark MacKenzie 



University of Calgary, Canada

Wes Jackson MD CCFP FCFP

Assistant Professor 

Department of Family Medicine
Director Rural Integrated Community Clerkship Program
University of Calgary


University of Melbourne, Australia 

NVRMEN ( Northern Victorian Regional Medical Education Network)

University of Melbourne Extended Rural Cohort (ERC) Program

RHAC PO 6500 Shepparton 3630 Victoria Australia

Prof Dawn Dewitt- Chair RHAC                          (+61) 358234582

Dr Peter Keppel - ERC Director                         (+61) 358 234561

Ms Di Doyle- ERC Program Co-ordinator           (+61) 358 234512


University of Minnesota, USA

Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP)

RPAP is a 9 month rural longitudinal clerkship program begun in 1971.  Each year approximately 40 third year medical students complete core clinical clerkship requirements in rural communities. Living in these communities allows them the opportunity to assume an authentic role in rural healthcare delivery systems and is designed to nurture their interest in rural medicine and primary care.


 RPAP Director:

Kathleen D. Brooks, MD, MBA, MPA

Assistant Professor Family Medicine and Community Health

University of MN Medical School

MMC 81  A 674  Mayo Building

420 Delaware St SE

Minneapolis, MN  55455

Phone 612-626-8788


RPAP Administrator:

Bill Fricke

Phone 612-624-3111




Université de Montréal, Canada


Campus de l'Université de Montréal en Mauricie
Projet d'externat longitudinal intégré
Assistant dean : Réjean Duplain MD
Associate Professor, Departement of family and emergency practice

phone (819) 697-2220, p 63346
Fax  (819) 378-9809

Address : 1991, boul. du Carmel, Trois-Rivières (Québec)  G8Z 3R9

Administrative Staff:

Annie Robert
phone (819) 697-2220, p 63346

Réjean Duplain, M.D.
Assistant dean
Campus de l'Université de Montréal en Mauricie
Faculty of medecine - UdeM
3080, rue Louis-Pasteur - Office U4-402A
Trois-Rivières (Québec)  G8Z 4E3
Phone number : (819) 697-2220,  63346
Fax : (819) 378-9809

Postal address :
1991, boul. du Carmel, Trois-Rivières (Québec)  G8Z 3R9" 

 University of North Carolina School of Medicine, USA

Asheville Campus

Asheville, NC

Integrated Clinical Clerkships

Robyn A. Latessa, MD
Campus Director
UNC School of Medicine-Asheville
Associate Professor, Dept. of FM
Office:  (828)771-3429
Beeper:  (828)257-8154
Fax:  (828)407-2880

Norma Beaty, MS, MAEd
Director of Curriculum
Office: (828) 771-3433

University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences, USA


Rural Opportunties in Medical Education (ROME)

Roger W. Schauer, MD, Director

Department of Family & Community Medicine

Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037



mail to:


or Ruth Grzadzieleski ( - Administrative Assistant



 University of South Dakota, Sanford School of Medicine, USA

 Lori Hansen, M.D., 

Yankton Campus Dean

Sanford School of Medicine,

Avera Sacred Heart Yankton Campus

409 Summit, Suite 1421

Yankton SD 57078

Ph. 605 668 3065

Fax: 605 668 3067 



 Edward G. Simanton, PhD

Director of Evaluation and Assessment

Sanford School of Medicine

Phone: 605-357-1457

Fax: 605-357-1311 



University of Southern California, San Francisco , USA 

 Kaiser Permanente-UCSF Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (KLIC), USA

Clerkship Director: Lindsay Mazotti, MD  510 752-5371

Clerkship Administrator: Wendy Smith  510 752-5897

Address:  280 W MacArthur Blvd.  Oakland, CA 94611, United States of America

Parnassus Integrated Student Clinical Experiences (PISCES), 

 PISCES Co-directors:  

Maria Wamsley, M.D  Professor of Clinical Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, UCSF

1545 Divisadero st., Box 0320 San Francisco, CA 94143-0320 



Ann Poncelet, M.D. Professor of Clinical Neurology Mr. and Mrs. David George Rowe and Stephen W. Rowe Endowed Chair for Teaching in Neurology

Box 0348 UCSF Department of Neurology 
San Francisco, CA  94143 
415/353-2273 phone  415/353-2898 fax, Email:

PISCES Administator:  

Tracey Jones

533 Parnassus Avenue, Box 0109

Room U110, San Francisco, CA 94143-0109

office: (415) 502-7129

fax: (415) 502-7125


 Links to references:,_Integrated_Clerkship_Education_.5.aspx






 WWAMI is a regional medical education program, an enduring partnership between the University of Washington School of Medicine and the states ofWashington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho that provides publicly supported medical education for the five-state region. The WWAMI name is derived from the first letter of the names of each of the five partner states. Throughout WWAMI's 40-year history, many individuals, groups, hospitals, universities and government leaders have collaborated to advance regional excellence in medical education and meet physician workforce needs in rural and underserved areas

 WRITE (WWAMI Rural Integrated Training Experience)


Jay S. Erickson M.D.  Assistant Dean for Regional Affairs, Montana WWAMI Clinical Coordinator, Clinical Professor  406-862-3810

Tom Norris M.D., Professor and Chair Department of Family Medicine UWSOM  206-685-3466

WRITE Coordinators:  Bernadette Duperron  406-862-3810

                                    Mary Atkinson   206-543-5563

 WWAMI CLIC website:

TRUST (Targeted Rural and Underserved Track)  This rural component feeds into WRITE in the 1st clinical year.


Suzanne Allen M.D. MPH, Vice Dean for Regional Affairs UWSOM, Clinical Associate Professor  208- 364-4544

Tom Greer M.D. MPH  Professor and Director of Medical Student Programs, Department of Family Medicine UWSOM  206-543-9425

 TRUST Coordinator:  Jaime Grocock   206-543-9425

TRUST website: 


Vice Dean for Regional Affairs, University of Washington School of Medicine

Suzanne M. Allen, M.D., M.P.H., 

322 E. Front Street, Suite 442D, Boise, Idaho  83702

Phone: 208-364-4552 Fax:  208-334-2344

Email:  Email:




As LICs give permission their contact details will be added here.