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Familiarize Yourself with the Larner College of Medicine Medical Student Handbook
Students must agree to abide by the Medical Student Handbook.
Students are asked to complete a Student Handbook attestation as part of their OASIS Pre-Matriculation Checklist.
|The University of Vermont established specific requirements for all members of University community. These University policies connect the University's mission to individual conduct, institutionalize impartial expectations, support compliance with laws and regulation, mitigate institutional risk, and enhance productivity and efficiency in university operations. The Larner College of Medicine Student Handbook contains the policies, guidelines, and rules and regulations that govern the expected roles and responsibilities of each students.||Office of Medical Student Education|
Review Immunization Requirements & Submit Proof of Immunization
Students must provide documentation of immunization for and/or immunity from communicable diseases and comply with all Larner College of Medicine requirements for working in a health care environment as is outlined in the Student Handbook.
Completed forms, signed by your medical provider, should be submitted directly to Student Health Services at the Center for Health and Wellbeing (425 Pearl Street, Burlington, VT 05401).
Once you have submitted your form and completed the check attestation stating that you did so, be sure to monitor your Academic History in OASIS for confirmation that your status has been deemed "complete". The status of your reviewed records is not located within the checklist. You will find it in your Academic History.
In compliance with Center for Disease Control's (CDC) recommended vaccination for healthcare providers, these requirements are designed to protect patients and students alike. Because students interact with their first patient on the first day of enrollment at the Larner College of Medicine it is essential that this requirement be fulfilled prior to arrival on campus.
Additionally, The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), the US Department of Education-recognized authority for the accreditation of medical education programs leading to the MD degree, mandates that all medical schools follow accepted guidelines in determining immunization requirements for its medical students. Moreover, according to a 2005 study, The prediction of professional behaviour by David Stern et al., a student's ability to meet immunization requirements can provide the university with a context-bound outcome to begin measuring student professionalism.
Policy 670.10: Immunizations and Other Health Information, in the Medical Student Handbook, provides an in-depth overview of this requirement.
Students must provide evidence of graduation from all degree-granting institutions that were ongoing at the time of admission. Please request that your final official transcript from the degree-granting institution be sent to the Admissions Office.
|The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), the US Department of Education-recognized authority for the accreditation of medical education programs leading to the MD degree, mandates that all medical schools ensure that any student accepted for admission demonstrates academic achievements, completion of relevant prior coursework, and other relevant characteristics comparable to those of the medical students in the class that they join. Additionally, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) guidelines state that transcripts from previously attended institutions are a necessary component of a student's academic record. |
|Submit Proof of Health Insurance|
Health insurance coverage is mandatory for students. We encourage you to explore your options for health insurance through the university plan or via Vermont Health Connect based on your individual circumstances. Open enrollment for the university health plans begins in early June 2017. This process must be completed online via the website where our FAQ section is also made available.
|The University of Vermont requires all medical students to have health insurance. The purpose of this University policy is to ensure that all full-time UVM students are sufficiently covered by health insurance in case of illness or injury, and to make sure they do not suffer financial hardship as a result of inadequate/nonexistent coverage. Additionally, the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), the US Department of Education-recognized authority for the accreditation of medical education programs leading to the MD degree, mandates that all medical schools ensure that health insurance is available to each medical student and his/her dependents.||Student Insurance Office|
Valid Driver's License and Access to a Car
Students must attest that they have and will maintain a valid driver's license and access to a car while enrolled as a UVM medical student.
|Travel to clinical sites is a requirement of the Larner College of Medicine curriculum. This is required in coursework that begins in the first weeks of enrollment.||Admissions Office|
Review LCOM Disability Insurance Policy & complete the Disability Insurance Enrollment Form
The enrollment form is embedded within the policy. Students must specify insurance beneficiary information.
All students are automatically enrolled in the Larner College of Medicine long-term disability and Accidental Death and Dismemberment insurance plan. In order to ensure coverage under this benefit, students must specify the name of the person or persons to receive insurance proceeds. To read more about the Larner College of Medicine disability insurance, including a summary of benefits, please review Policy 840.00, in the Medical Student Handbook. This requirement may not be waived--even if you have additional coverage.
Additionally, the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), the US Department of Education recognized authority for the accreditation of medical education programs leading to the MD degree, mandates that all medical schools ensure that each medical student has access to disability insurance.
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|Technical Standards for Admission, Advancement, and Graduation Policy Attestation: Students must affirm that they can meet the Larner College of Medicine Technical Standards for Admissions, Advancement, and Graduation Policy, with or without reasonable accommodation. ||The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME),
the US Department of Education-recognized authority for the
accreditation of medical education programs leading to the MD degree,
mandates that all medical schools develop and publish technical
standards for the admission, retention, and graduation of applicants or
medical students with disabilities, in accordance with legal
requirements. Policy 300.00, in the Medical Student Handbook
states "minimum technical standards must be met for admission,
advancement and graduation"; thus, all entering students must be
familiar with the Larner College of Medicine's technical standards.||Admissions Office|
Complete Part 1 of the HAVEN Online Program/Course (Launches at 12pm, on June 01)Prior to completing the training, you must activate your UVM Net ID to establish your UVM email account;
you use your UVM Credentials to access the training. When you enter the
training, you must select "Medical Student" from the drop-down menu--not first-year student. (First-year student refers to undergraduate
The HAVEN Program uses evidenced-based research to
teach students about sexual misconduct. Whether you encounter misconduct
or not, HAVEN will help empower you to make informed choices. Over
500,000 students across the country complete these courses each year,
and all LCOM Students are required to complete the training.
1 must be completed by the July 1 deadline. Part 2 is completed 45 days
after Part 1 (15-minute post-training survey), and it should be
completed by 5pm, on September 5 (after the three-day holiday weekend).
Students only need to complete the HAVEN Training as part of their
pre-matriculation requirements; they do not need to complete the
|To maintain compliance with federal statutes (Title IX and the Clery
Act), the University of Vermont requires every incoming student to take
the Haven online educational program, which uses evidence-based research
to teach students about sexual misconduct. Whether you encounter
misconduct or not, Haven will help empower you to make informed choices.
This training is to help ensure we are all contributing to a safer and
more positive learning environment.||Office of Medical Student Education|
Additional OASIS Matriculation Checklist Items
Once granted access to the OASIS Pre-Matriculation Checklist, students must complete the following additional items within OASIS prior to matriculation:
- Student Lockers Policy Attestation: Students must attest that they have reviewed and agree to abide by the provisions of the Larner College of Medicine Student Lockers Policy.
- Clicker Policy Attestation: Students must attest that they have reviewed and agree to abide by the provisions of the Student Clickers: Foundations Policy.
- Enter [and maintain] up-to-date contact information including current phone number and emergency contact information in Banner via your myUVM portaL.
- Confirm Academic History Files are Reviewed: Confirm that you have reviewed your Academic History files in Oasis, ensuring that: * the information about your home town/state
and previous degrees is accurate;
* you have provided requested information
regarding the pronunciation of your name;
* if you have ever been issued a M#/user
account from FAHC/UVMMC, you have supplied
Please also indicate if you have dietary restrictions and related notes to assist event planners.
The Office of Medical Student Education endeavors to avoid making
public errors when your name is announced during ceremonies at the
Larner College of Medicine, beginning with the White Coat Celebration,
in the first year.
In addition to being listed in
various ceremony programs (such as Commencement), your home
town/state/country are used by the University to report aggregate data,
as required by federal, state, and accreditation agencies.And
finally, all entering students are issued UVM Medical Center
credentials to access the Patient Record and Information Systems
Management (PRISM) software during the first month of the curriculum. We
request details about previously issued credentials because it is
important from the account management standpoint of the Internet
Security Team at the Medical Center to avoid duplicate account creation.
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