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  • ANAT 7800 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Human Anatomy to develop skill sets that are necessary for successful matriculation into a surgical residency The course consists of interactive didactics simulation and technical skills practice A wide range of topics will be covered including management of emergencies on the surgical patient care unit discharging patients dosing of common medications wound care suturing use of radiologic tests and placement of chest tubes and central lines This course will provide the student a unique opportunity to attain the tools needed for entrance into a surgical residency with the intention of improving patient safety decreasing anxiety and improving efficiency and confidence Students will learn anatomy by performing common operations as teams in a simulated operating room environment Each exercise will be introduced with a clinical scenario Dissections will begin with the surgical procedure and will then be extended to fully appreciate anatomical relationships and critical anatomy In addition common bedside and emergency procedures including cricothyroidotomy fasciotomy chest tube placement emergency thoracotomy and central line placement and their anatomy will be taught The course also introduces students to standard operating room procedures resource management and teamwork If ANAT 7800 is taken with SURG 7501 required textbook for this course Surgery A Competency based Companion by Barry D Mann Saunders Elsevier Competencies and Objectives At the completion of this course students will understand the surgical anatomy of the neck chest abdomen pelvis and extremities understand the anatomic exposures and relationships of common surgical procedures understand common surgical techniques and procedures understand operating room procedures and roles understand indications for common surgical procedures understand the anatomy of surgical complications Student Assessment Practical examination 30 Student presentation 10 Laboratory performance 30 Dictated reports 10 Participation attendance 10 Professionalism and safety 10 Students will also complete a survey questionnaire at the start and completion of the

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  • ANES 7181 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    the Department of Anesthesiology The perioperative care experience will include procedures involving all surgeries including solid organ transplantation critically ill patients and children with congenital anomalies and hereditary disorders The rotation is divided into one week segments the student may select sub specialty areas Daily student staff seminars cover introduction to general anesthesia skills lab perioperative cardiovascular physiology hemodynamics clinicalular blocking agents pulmonary ventilation and physiology physiology and treatment of pain and care of patients in the PACU The student will spend the majority of his her time in the operating room This controlled environment is an excellent location for teaching and demonstration of essential life support skills Night or weekend call are not required Note If you believe that anesthesiology may be a possible career choice we recommend taking the six week rotation Goals and Objectives Medical care of the unconscious patient General understanding of the specialty of anesthesiology Participation in the preoperative assessment and preparation of the surgical patient Medical care in post operative care unit SICU and pain clinic Management of acute respiratory and cardiovascular problems in the unconscious or semiconscious patient with hypnotic opioid and other sedatives Training in basic skills of intubation airway management and intravenous therapy The opportunity to observe and learn from the anesthesiologist in the practice of this specialty Education and experience including understanding of different disease processes their pathophysiology Evaluation The final grade will be based on the composite of individual evaluations by staff members with whom the student was most frequently associated Students may receive a grade of outstanding based upon enthusiasm interest excellence in daily performance written paper evaluation report and performance during a final oral exam The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 What s Inside About MedEd About Us

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  • ANES 7182 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    first day 9 00am Anesthesiology Main Office B 515 Mayo Building Description On campus or Off campus learning experiences individually arranged between the student and a faculty member for credit in areas not covered by regular course s Competencies and Objectives Student Assessment Special Instructions At least 2 3 months before the rotation is scheduled to begin students or residents interested in registering for a research rotation should identify and meet with a faculty member to supervise this rotation Depending on what the rotation involves this will give sufficient time for the student resident to complete required training appropriate to the project May include clinical basic science research library research or special projects The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students DU Students Alumni Staff Faculty Offices Programs Admissions Curriculum Devel Financial Aid Governance Structure MEDS Minority Affairs Policies Program Evaluation All Offices Year 3 4 Clerkships Specialty Areas Anatomy Anesthesiology Dermatology Emergency Medicine Family Med Com Hlth History of Medicine Interdisciplinary Med Lab Med Pathology Medicine Neurology Neurosurgery Obstetrics Gynecology Ophthalmology Orthopaedic Surgery Otolaryngology Pediatrics Physical Med Rehab

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  • ANES 7183 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    tertiary care institution UMMC Fairview by participating in the perioperative care of patients in a private practice setting Students will learn more advanced concepts during care of all types of surgical patients and see a community perspective from accomplished practitioners The experience will build on the basics learned in rotation 7181 and include greater utilization of manual skills such as starting i v catheters endotracheal intubation and a greater understanding of physiology and interpretation of data from multiple simultaneous monitors Daily student staff interactions include discussion of general anesthesia perioperative cardiovascular physiology hemodynamics clinical use of intravenous and inhalational anesthetics neuromuscular blocking drugs pulmonary physiology the generation and treatment of pain and care of patients in the PACU The student will spend the majority of his her time in the operating room This busy environment is an excellent location for students with an anesthesia focus to learn more advanced concepts and skills Night or weekend call is nil This is a three week rotation Competencies and Objectives Understanding how pre operative assessment impacts the anesthesia care plan Differences of intravenous vs inhalation induction techniques Vocalize important concepts in the care of the unconscious patient Understand the unique challenges of ambulatory and outpatient surgery Participation in the operative positioning and homeostasis of all surgical patient Management of acute respiratory and cardiovascular derangements in the unconscious patient Training in basic skills of entotracheal intubation airway management and use of special devices like laryngeal mask airways LMA Medical care in post operative care unit SICU and pain clinic The opportunity to observe and learn from the anesthesiologists in private practice of this specialty Student Assessment The final grade will be based on the composite of individual evaluations by staff members with whom the student was most frequently associated This will be collated and

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  • DERM 7182 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    the regularly scheduled weekly didactic conferences in the department Independent study is expected and encouraged This elective will be useful to students planning a career in a primary care specialty or dermatology Competencies and Objectives This course provides an opportunity for students to increase their dermatological knowledge develop appropriate dermatological concepts and acquire technical dermatological skills Dermatological Knowledge The student will learn to understand and use dermatologic terminology appropriately to be able to describe skin lesion and eruptions to formulate a diagnosis and differential diagnosis for common skin disorders to recognize and design appropriate therapeutic management for common skin disorders Dermatologic Techniques The student will learn to use laboratory diagnostic procedures including microscopic examination of dermatologic preparations become familiar with cutaneous surgical techniques including shave and punch biopsies curettage cryosurgery and electrosurgery Dermatologic Concepts The student will learn the relationship of skin disease to systemic illness the rationale of topical and systemic dermatological therapy Student Assessment Ability to describe dermatologic problems and formulate a differential diagnosis Ability to diagnose and treat common dermatological conditions Attitudes and interactions with patients peers members of the faculty and staff Appearance and comportment Elective paper A diagnostic test from photographs of skin lesions constituting 40 grade Honors grades are possible Special Instructions Students should list first second and third preferences for hospital assignment VA Medical Center If you are taking a course at the VA Medical Center please visit the Minneapolis VA Health Care System web site to learn more about how to be prepared to rotate there The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students DU Students Alumni Staff Faculty Offices Programs Admissions Curriculum Devel Financial Aid Governance Structure MEDS Minority Affairs

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  • DERM 7183 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    weeks Contact Jane Boyer by phone or e mail Description This course is appropriate for medical students interested in pursuing Dermatology as a career Students will gain further experience in all aspects of dermatology including medical dermatology dermatologic surgery pediatric dermatology and dermatopathology Students must have prior knowledge of lesion description and diagnoses of common dermatologic conditions The rotation will have greater emphasis on differential diagnoses diagnostic tests and management ideas Students will participate in patient discussions presentation in clinics dermatology resident didactic sessions and journal clubs Students will generate differential diagnoses diagnostic tests and management plans for common dermatologic conditions and will participate in Grand Rounds discussions Students will be required to give an oral presentation 8 minutes of a research interest or a dermatologic condition of interest Students will meet with the Residency Program Director s and or Department Chair regarding the advising and application process Competencies and Objectives Students will gain further experience in dermatology and exposure to subspecialties in dermatology Students will understand the pathophysiology of dermatologic conditions This course will prepare students for the dermatology residency application process Student Assessment Formal evaluation will be done in the E value system There will be end of the rotation feedback from the course director Students will be evaluated on their potential to be an outstanding resident and dermatologist Evaluation will be based on the following areas Cooperation Ability to work as a team player Leadership potential Dermatologic clinical knowledge and skill Interest in dermatology Initiative Presentation and teaching skills Writing skills Special Instructions Contact the Course Contact person for course approval The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students DU Students Alumni Staff Faculty Offices Programs

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  • DERM 7185 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    basic science laboratory research projects through Minnesota Medical Foundation Student Grants or other mechanisms written case reports and helped conduct ongoing trials Basic science projects require a minimum of 6 months Contact Marna Ericson PhD for basic science research erics004 umn edu Maria Hordinsky MD for clinical and translational projects hordi001 umn edu Peter Lee M D PhD Director of Dermatological Surgery and Laser Center at University of Minnesota Mohs dermatological surgeon conducts clinical trials in lasers dermatologic surgery cutaneous oncology and other dermatological conditions In the past students who have worked with Dr Lee have developed their own clinical research projects through Minnesota Medical Foundation Student Grants or other mechanisms written articles and helped conduct ongoing trials Contact leexx078 umn edu Kim Bohjanen M D Med Derm Residency Program Director Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma Clinic Director conducts clinical trials in cutaneous t cell lymphoma psoriasis and other dermatological conditions In the past students who have worked with Dr Bohjanen have helped with an ongoing CTCL registry written articles and helped conduct ongoing trials Contact bohja003 tc umn edu Projects at the VA Erin Warshaw M D M S conducts clinical research in teledermatology and teledermoscopy allergic contact dermatitis cutaneous fungal diseases and other dermatological conditions In the past students who have worked with Dr Warshaw have developed their own clinical research projects through Minnesota Medical Foundation Student Grants or other mechanisms written review articles and helped conduct ongoing clinical trials Research rotations may either be taken as credit or as a research employee paid position Dr Warshaw also has two paid research fellowship positions available for individuals who are interested in a year of clinical research There is a two month minimum required to work on projects with Dr Warshaw Contact erin warshaw med va gov How to Sign

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  • EMMD 7512 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    as well as ultrasound fellows ultrasound technicians and emergency medicine residents The student will be required to be present in the emergency department from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday There will be no duties on Saturday or Sunday Arrangements may be made with Drs Reardon and Zwank to spend time working with them during evening or overnight shifts This would replace any daytime duties for those days The student will perform a minimum of 75 ultrasound scans The specific goals include 25 FAST ultrasound exams 25 cardiac ultrasound exams and 25 other ultrasound exams which can include but are not limited to aorta OB vascular ocular or procedure guidance If the student is present for an entire exam performed by another individual or assists in the performance of an exam they may take credit for that exam All studies will be carefully recorded and logged A written pre test will be given as well as a written and hands on post test Sonoguide com Emergency Ultrasound by Ma Mateer Blaivis McGraw Hill 2nd Edition 2008 Youtube com keyword HQMEDED Competencies and Objectives Understand the basic physics and principles of application Begin developing an ability to acquire standard images and to recognize pathology related to the following core applications FAST Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma as it relates to trauma and undifferentiated hypotension Cardiac as it relates to tamponade and gross cardiac function Aorta AAA as it relates to undifferentiated hypotension Identification of early intrauterine pregnancy via transabdominal sonography Cannulation of blood vessels under ultrasound guidance Become familiar with other common applications such as biliary urinary tract deep venous thrombosis of the extremity soft tissue musculoskeletal thoracic ocular and procedural guidance Develop an understanding of the limitations of bedside ultrasound Student Assessment Review of ultrasound studies performed by student

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