Family Friendly Medical School Survey – Virginia
Family friendly survey results.
The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health
Date Submitted/Updated: Mar 2000
Number or % male students: 52%
Number or % female students: 48%
Total number of medical students: 556
Average age of students: age is not a factor in the selection process.
Number or % of students aged over 25 at time of entry: unknown
Number or % of students aged over 30 at time of entry: unknown
Number or % of students aged over 35 at time of entry: unknown
Number or % of married students: unknown
Number or % of students with children: unknown
Number of % of ‘non-traditional’ medical students (using schools definition of such): unknown
Does the school offer on campus family housing? Yes
Does the school offer campus childcare for medical students? No
Does the school offer a mentoring program for students with children? No
What maternity leave options are available to women students? Case by case basis, basically very flexible – whatever they need or desire.
Please describe any other options or services available for students with families and/or pregnant or nursing mothers.
Average number of class hours per day: 5 hours Year 1 and 2
Average number of patient contact hours each day: Varies.
Does the school offer (formally or informally) the opportunity to extend the first two years (class) of medical school over three or more years? Offered informally to students who are having academic difficulty or for other personal reasons (such as pregnancy).
Does the school offer (formally or informally) the opportunity to extend the second two years (clinical) of medical school over three or more years? Much less likely, but can be done on a case-by-case basis.
Does the school offer any ‘family friendly’ residency opportunities?. If so, please describe. unknown
Does the school offer part time or job share residencies? unknown
Contact email or web address for further information on the school.