The clerkship consists of two 40-hour weeks spent as a member of a community-based team focused on a specific population and/or health condition. Click on a team name to view details.
Students can download assignments by team or alphabetically by student name.
April 26, 2011 meeting times and rooms can be found on this list.
October 4, 2011 meeting times and rooms can be found on this list.
Adolescent Obesity in Rural Settings (Barre)Adoption & Foster Care (Worcester)Adults with Intellectual Disabilities (State-wide)Advocacy for the Underserved: Emphasis on Latino Men with AddictionCaring for Children with Autism (Worcester/ Waltham)Children’s Mental Health (Worcester County)Clinical and Translational Research Pathway (Worcester)-restricted to CTR Pathway studentsCorrectional Health (State-wide)Elder Behavioral Health Services (Martha’s Vineyard)Elders in Worcester: Elder Health and Falls Risk Assessment & Prevention (Worcester)End of Life Care (Worcester
Food Insecurity (Worcester)Ghanaian Women’s Health (Worcester)Health Care for the Homeless (Worcester)Housing Deprivation: Impact on Children and Families (Worcester)Latinos Living with HIV – Northern MA (Lawrence)Latinos Living with HIV – Southern MA (New Bedford)LGBT Health, Homophobia & Heterosexism (Boston/ Worcester)Living with Disabilities (Worcester)Parenting & Family Stability (Worcester)Pediatric and Geriatric Oral Health (Worcester)Pediatric Injury Prevention (Worcester)Refugee Mental and Physical Health (Worcester)Tick-Borne Illness: Effects of Treatment Models and Public Education (Martha’s Vineyard)Un- and Underinsured in Context of Health Reform (Boston/ Worcester)Urban Working Poor and Incarcerated (Jamaica Plain)Worcester Department of Public Health: Population Served (Worcester)Worcester's Faces and Places: Family Health Center Worcester