Sorry, no more spots are available in MedPrep II. The waitlist has also filled.
- As of now, MedPrep II will be TENTATIVELY offered in the Fall 2021 semester. It is possible that the course could be halted at any point before or during the semester, depending status of COVID-19.
- The classroom portion of MedPrep II will be in-person and attendance is required for all class sessions.
- Excused absences for the 2-hour orientation session on 9/1/21 will not be given for any reason, including illness or emergency. Students may not continue in the course if they miss this session. Students must be present for both hours of the session. Remaining class sessions will be 1 hour in duration.
First class: 9/1/21 from 5:00-7:00 pm (2 hours) – ATTENDANCE MANDATORY
Class meets: Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00 pm
Classroom location: TBA
Shadowing: 4 hours every other week
Course Credit: 1 Credit (Pass/Fail)
Course limit: 75 students
Registration for MedPrep II is a 3-step process:
MedPrep II has filled for the Fall 2021 semester. If you received an email confirming your spot in the course, you may now move on to Step 2 below.
This step must be completed by May 3 at 5 pm. The course coordinator, Erin Gerrity, will email you by April 23 with the instructions.
After completing this step your registration will appear in WebStac within 1-2 weeks.
Failure to meet the May 3rd deadline will result in forfeiture of your spot.
For new HIPAA training, log in using your WUSTL key and password and click on “Enroll”.
If you have taken HIPAA training you will need to refresh your training if it’s been longer than a year. Log in using your WUSTL Key and password and type “HIPAA Refresher” in the search box (top right of screen).
Students should hold on completing this requirement as there are specific CDC recommendations regarding the timing of TB testing in relation to COVID-19 testing. Again, DO NOT move forward with this step until further notified. Students who have secured a spot in the course will be notified by the course coordinator with further details.
In the meantime, you may click here to see the details of TB testing and what you need to do once you are notified.