Course Descriptions

7710 The Patient III

Has learners build on their knowledge obtained from the themes presented in Phase 1 and 2 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.

7720 Clinical Skills III

Has learners advance their assessment skills of patients. They will develop verbal and written communication skills required for patient-centered care.

7730 Physician Competencies III

Continues to develop learner competencies in 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.
7740 Phase 4 Preparation

Introduces learners to skills required to succeed in their clinical experiences to achieve a level of competency for Phase 4.​

7750 Community Engagement III

Places learners in physicians’ practices to further experience interactions among patients, their family physician and the health care system when presenting with a change in health status. Through a variety of sessions, learners will also explore other community health related topics.