Drexel Medicine's Physician Refresher/Re-entry course offers a range of programs for physicians intending to return to active clinical practice, wishing to enhance their focus or area of interest, or preparing for admission to U.S. graduate medical education training programs.
Our programs utilize the College's excellence in medical education and instructional technology resources. The programs include on-site and distance-learning modules, which may be taken in sequence or independently.
Which program is right for you?
This in-person course, offered in 6-week blocks, is ideal for physicians returning to clinical practice after an extended leave, and those wishing to enhance their focus or area of interest or enhance existing clinical skills. It is also geared toward international applicants to U.S. graduate medical education programs.
Learn more about the structured preceptorship module.
Online Clinical Skills:
Physicians with similar goals (return to active practice, enhancement of clinical skills or change in focus or area of interest, preparation for entrance to U.S. graduate medical education programs) can also benefit from the online clinical skills program, which utilizes experienced standardized patients to enhance the physician's history-taking and communication skills.
Learn more about the online clinical skills module.
The medical update is a distance-learning didactic curriculum that provides up-to-date general medical information (including subspecialty) needed for clinical practice. It will benefit participants hoping to enhance their clinical skills as well as those considering changing specialties.
Learn more about the medical update module.
Targeted Remediation and Training
This module has on-site and online components, and enhances the participant's skills in a specific area, such as medical documentation or chronic disease management.
Learn more about the targeted training module.
"The Physician Refresher Course was of immense benefit. The DOC.COM modules have been EXTREMELY valuable in helping me establish rapport with patients and to gain their trust and cooperation. I cannot recommend the modules highly enough."