Department of

Public Health Seminars:


Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Mortality Trends in the U.S. (Graves); Pre-eclampsia prevalence in Virginia from 2008-2015: An analysis of individual- and neighborhood-level factors (Taylor)

Whitney Graves, MPH, and DaShaunda Taylor, MPH | PhD Students, VCU Division of Epidemiology


Family Medicine Electives

elective photoThe Department of Family Medicine and Population Health has created and coordinates a variety of electives that allow students to pursue well-defined career goals, explore various types of practice settings and broadly gain a better understanding of their career options.

With the exception of the Service Learning in Global Health, these electives are available to VCU medical students.  Students from other schools should contact the VCU affiliated residency programs directly to inquire about opportunities for visiting students.  Our current list of electives includes the following:

The Family Medicine A.I. gives senior students a sense of the role and responsibility of an intern (1st year resident) in a community hospital setting.  FM A.I.’s are coordinated through the Department of Family Medicine and Population Health; students are assigned to one of seven residency programs for the A.I. for 4 weeks.

This elective enables registered students to experience particular aspects of family medicine: e.g. rural, research, women’s health, sports medicine, residency program, etc.  The selective is coordinated through the Department of Family Medicine for VCU students for the equivalent of 2-4 weeks.

For More Information

Contact Judy Gary, MEd