Undergraduate Medical Education

Program Director: Vicki Hayes, MD |  Victoria.Hayes@mainehealth.org

Program Administrator: Ilona Wentworth | Ilona.Wentworth@mainehealth.org

Teaching Format: Clinical, Small Group, Workshops
Learner Type: Pre-Clerkship Second Year Medical Students
Estimated Time Commitment: 15 days:  8 Mondays and 7 Tuesdays spread over 6 months
Time of Year: August – December

The Competency-based Apprenticeship in Primary Care (CAP) Course serves as the initial exposure to the clinical setting for second year medical students in the Tufts University School of Medicine-Maine Medical Center (MaineTrack) program. CAP aims to provide an early exposure to primary care and support the development of mentoring relationships between the faculty members and their students.

During CAP, MaineTrack students will travel within the state to work with assigned Maine primary care faculty members at their practices. Students are responsible for meeting a list of competencies with preceptor supervision and completing several course assignments.

Learn more about the program here.

Faculty instructors are needed for additional CAP teaching opportunities (e.g., workshops, physical diagnosis sessions), click HERE for more information.

Meet the CAP Course Director:

Vicki Hayes, MD

Vicki Hayes, MD

Director of CAP, Maine Track

Dr. Vicki Hayes attended the University of Arkansas and the Ohio State University College of Medicine. She completed a residency in Family Medicine at the University of Vermont in 1993 and subsequently obtained a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Adolescent Medicine. She is a faculty member in the MMC Department of Family Medicine and a Master Educator in the MITE Academy. Dr. Hayes serves as the Director of the TUSM-MMC Competency-Based Apprenticeship in Primary Care (CAP) Course and as a coach in the TUSM Learning Communities Coaching Program.