Course Descriptions

6750 Patient II

Has learners build on their knowledge obtained from the themes presented in Phase 1 and encounter new themes that integrate physician competencies and clinical skills with basic and clinical sciences as they relate to common clinical encounters and patient symptoms.

6760 Clinical Skills II

Has learners develop clinical reasoning skills used in patient-centered care using focused interviewing, examination, and communication skills.

6770 Physician Competencies II

Has learners build on their knowledge of concepts that encompass the non-medical expert physician roles of scholar, communicator, collaborator, advocate, leader and professional in the context of the patient, family and physician within health care systems.

6780 Community Engagement II

Places learners in community sites to experience a variety of aspects of the health care system with various health agencies, a family physician and other health care providers. Through a variety of sessions, learners will also explore assessing health and interventions at the population and individual level.