Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine

of Case Western Reserve University



   
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Established as a partnership between the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University,
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine is a unique medical school program that sets standards for the training of physician investigators through innovative approaches to the integration of basic science, research and clinical medicine.

 

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The curriculum is centered around problem-based learning, with no formal lectures, grades or class rankings. We are seeking students who desire to be expert in clinical practice and to further the frontiers of medical scientific inquiry.
Our students are curious, self-directed and demon-
strate skills for critical thinking.
Explore close mentoring from a faculty culled from more than 3,000 Cleveland Clinic physicians and scientists.



 

Publications




CCLCM 10 Year History


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245 Trainees Earn Resident Teaching Award

7/6/2018
Residents and fellows participate in the education of several groups, including CCLCM medical students, health science students and other residents, within Cleveland Clinic. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


Caring for and Healing the World

7/3/2018
CCLCM Global Health Special Interest Group hosts workshop for healthcare students and professionals to gather and share global health experiences, research and news. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


Winners of Scholarship in Teaching Awards Announced

6/29/2018
Congratulations to the Cleveland Clinic awardees of the 2018 Scholarship in Teaching Awards. Many Cleveland Clinic colleagues and CCLCM students competed for this award and have been recognized for their innovative educational practice and scholarship. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


CCLCM Student Leads Stop the Bleed Training

6/22/2018
Alex Ulintz (’19), President of the CCLCM Emergency Medicine Interest Group and a licensed EMT, recently led Stop the Bleed training as part of the National Stop the Bleed Day on March 31. Alex taught seven CCLCM students how to properly react and take action in acute trauma situations. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


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