The Introductory Clinical Experience (ICE) Course exposes MS1 and MS2 students to a wide array of clinical activities. Beginning early in Year 1 and continuing through the end of Year 2, students spend 3-4 hours during each ICE week participating in a clinically related activity. ICE is organized into four-week blocks; four in Year 1 and six in Year 2. Within each four-week ICE block, students will rotate among four core components: Longitudinal Clinical Experience, Primary Care, Clinical Rotations, and Inter Professional Experience. ICE is intended to provide early clinical exposure and, whenever possible, to provide real world clinical correlations to topics being covered in the Foundations of Medicine courses.