Internal Medicine Clerkship Multiple Choice Quiz Questions

Format Publication ID Version Published
Evaluation Tool 1697 1 June 25, 2009
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Description

This is a question bank of 380 multiple-choice questions designed for use during an Internal Medicine Clerkship. The questions are designed for "open book" use to reinforce a recommended reading schedule during our 12-week Internal Medicine clerkship at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Since they are used in an "open book" manner, they require critical application of text material and are more difficult than standard student board-prep questions. The texts we require during our clerkship are the First Exposure Ambulatory Medicine and Inpatient Medicine texts, but the questions should adequately reinforce reading in any student-appropriate text.

Questions are grouped by topic. Some questions are written to be used in concert with pictures, as the pictures were not the property of the authors, the pictures have been removed and a one-line description of an appropriate image substituted. Users of the picture questions can find pictures to enable them to use these question stems as originally intended. Correct answer choices are indicated with bold text.

Citation

Holthouser A, Shaw M. Internal Medicine Clerkship Multiple Choice Quiz Questions. MedEdPORTAL; 2009. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/1697

Contains time-sensitive information that will likely be inaccurate, obsolete, or irrelevant by May 15, 2011

Educational Objectives

To be able to gain the ability to demonstrate adequate medical knowledge and a critical approach to clinical patient scenarios by choosing the most correct answer.

Keywords

  • Test, Multiple Choice Questions, Board Preparation, Shock, Hypertension, Quiz, Educational Measurement (MeSH)

Specialty

  • Medical
    • Cardiovascular Disease
    • Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
    • Internal Medicine
    • Nephrology

Competencies Addressed

  • Medical
    • Medical Knowledge

Academic Focus

  • Basic Sciences
    • Biochemistry/Cell Biology
    • Pathology

Professional Interest

  • Ambulatory Education
  • Health Education

Intended Audience

  • Professional School
    • Medical Student

Instructional Methods

  • Assessment
  • Independent Study

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