INMD 7716

FLIIC Acting Internship Primary Care

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Katie Krasaway
FLIIC Coordinator
katekras@umn.edu

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    Catalog Description: This clinical curriculum takes place longitudinally throughout the duration of FLIIC. Students work directly with primary care preceptors in the MHealth Fairview Eagan Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Clinic. Special emphasis is given to care by interdisciplinary teams. In addition students will work on a longitudinal systems project within the outpatient realm of MHealth Fairview.

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     MF-1026 M Health Fairview Clinic - Eagan  

    Direct patient care: Yes

    Consent Requirement: Arranged

    Course Objectives:

    1. Apply the principles of Primary Care: person- and family-centered; comprehensive and equitable; collaborative and coordinated; accessible and high-value. Demonstrate understanding of the role of primary care within a healthcare team
    2. Demonstrate competency in history taking, physical examination, communication with providers and patients, and critical thinking skills.
    3. Gather information, formulate differential diagnoses, and propose plans for the initial evaluation and management of patients with common acute presentations.
    4. Manage follow-up visits for patients with common chronic diseases.
    5. Individualize evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention plans for patients of all ages. Use this knowledge to counsel patients on common screening tests.
    6. Recognize the value of multidisciplinary care and services available to patients. Incorporate this knowledge into individual patient plans.
    7. Hone skills to be an advocate for patients and their communities within health systems at a local, system, state, and national level.
    8. Develop reflective practices necessary for success as a life-long independent learner both within and outside of medicine.

    Graded Components:

    • Clinical assessments by the primary preceptors and other health care professionals within the clinical practice.
    • Participation in regularly scheduled FLIIC didactic sessions, which includes assigned student driven content such as modules, case presentations, advocacy projects, and reflective practice.
    • Active participation in interprofessional education projects.

    Grading Scale: P/N

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    Allow repetition of course: Repetition not allowed

    Limited to Student Type: Limited to FLIIC students

    Course equivalency: N/A

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