INMD 7422

EPAC Post-LIC Study


Alexandra Behrend
EPAC Coordinator

Curriculum Focus
Clinical Level
MS Year
Terms Offered
Completion of EPAC LIC


Catalog Description: The EPAC independent study elective is a semester long experience meant to complement patient care in pediatric medicine by developing a student’s non-direct patient care knowledge, skills and attitudes. The student will work with the course director to plan an independent study project; examples include a quality improvement project, drafting/submitting for presentation a case report, etc. They will identify a supervising preceptor.  The student, course director and the supervising preceptor will sign an agreement prior to the start of the experience as to the final elective expectations. This elective may be repeated up to a total of three times, to move on to the next phase in a project in progress or to do a new project.


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Unspecified Site for Academic/Research Purposes


Direct patient care: No

Consent Requirement: Arranged

Course Objectives: By the end of the elective the student will be able to demonstrate both knowledge and skills at a much more in-depth performance level within the particular area of concentration.

Graded Components: Graded components will vary. The final grade will be determined by the preceptor and the course directors based on completion of project objectives.

Grading Scale: P/N


Allow repetition of course: Allow up to 3 repetition(s) totalling up to 24.0 credit(s).

Limited to Student Type: Limited to EPAC students.

Course equivalency: N/A

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