INMD 6804

Essentials of Clinical Medicine - Part 2

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Sara Roberts and Allison Siefert
Course Managers
ecmmgr@umn.edu

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INMD 6803

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    Catalog Description: Covers the foundational knowledge and skills necessary for learning clinical medicine. The course complements Scientific Foundations course-work within the MS1 required curriculum, and prepare students to fully engage in clinical rotations in Years 3 and 4.
    Consists of two main concepts:

    • Clinical Skills - Physical Exam and Interview tutorials: focuses on communication with patients, interviewing skills, physical exams skills, and professionalism. Clinical Skills Tutorials are coordinated with foundational science curriculum. 
    • Medical Arts and Social Sciences (MAS) - Ethics and Social Sciences: An introduction to core clinical ethics and key social science topics.
      • Longitudinal Project: Students will be required to complete a longitudinal project either individually or in groups. This aspect of the course will be introduced year 1 and conclude during the spring of year 2.