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  • FMCH 7519 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    and injuries with occupational medicine residents and staff and attendance at occupational and environmental case conferences didactic lectures and community grand rounds are required Competencies and Objectives To provide medical students with an introduction to the practice of clinical occupational and environmental medicine The student will be able to Learning how to perform an appropriate occupational and environmental history as determined by patient clinical presentation Understanding broad categories of workplace and environmental hazards Recognizing the role of primary preventative measures for respective hazards Improving proficiency in the assessment of ambulatory musculoskeletal non surgical orthopedic conditions Gaining familiarity with disability prevention practices Knowledge of pertinent occupational and environment medicine and toxicology literature and web based resources Gaining familiarity with occupational and environmental medicine as a clinical and preventive medical specialty and its role in community health Recognizing when a referral to an occupational and environmental specialist is appropriate Student Assessment Evaluation will be based on the student s ability to perform a complete occupational health history and on the ability to set up basic problem solving approaches to occupational health problems The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 What s Inside About MedEd

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  • FMCH 7520 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    a rural clinic setting and to observe referral and consultation procedures The student will be able to explain the role of a primary care physician and identify the problems involved in starting and maintaining a practice formulate values and goals in relation to family medicine describe the interrelations of family colleagues patients and community in the role of the family physician take a complete history do a physical exam and interpret and integrate the results of diagnostic testing into a treatment plan describe and perform medical procedures describe the way a family physician deals with psychosocial sexual and family problems use allied health personnel and explain the importance of good interprofessional relationships understand the team approach to health care delivery Student Assessment At the end of the rotation the student will be assessed on basic skills diagnosis and treatment following of patient progress evidence of use of academic sources and doctor patient relationships An Honors grade will be given when the preceptor observes an unusually high degree of knowledge and clinical performance Special Instructions Twelve weeks prior to taking course students must contact the course director or Peter Cao to discuss site options The content editor for this page is

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  • FMCH 7521 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    web based reading on line research group and individual community visits and on line and class discussions to provide students with an opportunity to study in depth the issues that communities and methods by which those barriers are being overcome Competencies and Objectives The student will acquire research skills to access demographic health and background information on immigrants in the U S understand the major characteristics and health needs of new immigrants be able to design culturally competent health programs learn to advocate for needed changes to promote immigrant health complete a 2 3 immigrant health profile focusing on an immigrant group of their choice Student Assessment The student will be evaluated on the basis of clinical experiences web based and class based discussions and the immigrant health profile Sites Students will be assigned a primary care clinic site at a clinic serving a large number of immigrant patients Students will also spend time at other sites in order to experience different approaches to providing healthcare for immigrant patients and gain experience serving a variety of immigrant groups Special Instructions 6 weeks in advance of the course students must contact the Course Director The content editor for this page is

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  • FMCH 7524 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    course and other requirements are met Description The course is intended to introduce students to the field of palliative care and hospice medicine Students will participate in patient care with Hospice staff and palliative care physicians and other practitioners in the hospital nursing home clinic and patient s homes The rotation will be based out of University Medical Center Fairview but students will rotate also at Fairview Southdale Hospital and Fairview Hospice Students will directly work with interdisciplinary teams in their daily work and spend time with practitioners in social work nursing spiritual health music therapy and physicians Competencies and Objectives After spending time with the palliative care and hospice teams the student will be able to Formulate a plan for symptom management especially pain control Identify good and bad communication skills and have a limited repertoire of scripts for use in palliative care discussions Describe the value of a family meeting Display competency in a model for delivering bad news Understand the role and function of an interdisciplinary team Perform a Palliative Care History Student Assessment At the end of the rotation the student will be evaluated in basic skills diagnosis and treatment development of therapeutic relationships with patients and their families and use of academic resources An Outstanding grade will be given when the preceptor observes an unusually high degree of knowledge and clinical performance The student is required to submit an evaluation of the course Special Instructions Six weeks prior to taking the course students must contact the course director to arrange an appropriate rotation schedule 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

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  • FMCH 7525 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    of cardiovascular diagnosis and treatment following of patient progress evidence of use of academic sources and doctor patient relationships Special Instructions At least six weeks prior to the start of the course students must contact the course director or the site contact person Competencies and Objectives Students will attend lectures and regularly scheduled noon conferences make bedside rounds in the Intensive Care Unit and the Coronary Units with staff and residents and do complete patient work ups including medical interviews and physical examinations This course will increase the student s understanding of cardiovascular disease and enable participation in various treatment modalities The student will demonstrate knowledge of pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease technical aspects of diagnosis and treatment interpretation of electrocardiogram patient rehabilitation including education and preventive aspects impact of disease on the patient family and socio economic relationships St John s HealthEast Hospital JN St Paul Heart Clinic 1600 St John s Blvd Suite 200 Maplewood MN 55109 651 779 9449 Essentia Health Systems DU Michael Lucca MD 400 East Third St Duluth MN 55805 Al Deibele MD SMDC Cardiology 400 East Third Street Duluth MN 55805 218 786 8364 Competencies and Objectives Students will work closely with assigned faculty tailoring their experience to best fit their needs This course will provide exposure to interpreting EKGs office cardiology hospital based cardiology and evaluation testing Students will attend weekly 2 hour case reviews weekly 2 hours skills session and appropriate hospital conferences Upon completion of the course students will be able to perform a cardiovascular history and exam interpret electrocardiograms understandpatient rehabilitation including education prevention and community resources understand the impact of cardiovascular disease on the patient and family circumstances understand the socio economic impact of cardiovascular disease The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612

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  • FMCH 7530 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    in the hospital Competencies and Objectives This elective provides opportunities for students to participate in the delivery of medical care mainly in the ambulatory setting Upon completion of the rotation the student will be able to Understand the role of the family physician and their interaction with patients and their families the community professional colleagues allied health personnel and consultants Take a history perform a physical exam interpret the results and integrate health promotion and disease prevention Observe a procedure performed in a family practice clinic setting or hospital setting Participate in the primary evaluation of undifferentiated disease Evaluate patients with common acute or chronic diseases Recognize the importance of the biopsychosocial and social factors and their effect on health Student Assessment At the end of the period the student will be assessed on basic clinical skills diagnosis and treatment following patient progress evidence of use of academic sources and rapport with patients An Honors grade will be given when the preceptor observes an unusually high degree of knowledge and clinical performance 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

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  • FMCH 7537 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    high school training room clinics and game event coverage Sports Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Sports Medicine Didactic Sessions which include Sports Medicine Grand Rounds Orthopedic Grand Rounds small group lectures given by Sports Medicine faculty to fellows and residents and monthly journal club Independent review of the course materials which include textbooks articles and web based resources Students interested in pursuing a surgical pathway during residency training will spend at least 3 half days per week with Orthopedic Surgeons who specialize in sports medicine Students interested in pursuing Family Medicine Internal Medicine Pediatrics Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation or Emergency Room Medicine will spend at least 3 half days per week with Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians No Call Event coverage evenings and weekends Competencies and Objectives The course will provide an opportunity for participants to evaluate and treat common sports medicine conditions encountered in the adolescent and adult population Upon completion of this course the student should be able to Take a sports medicine history and perform a general and regional physical examination of the musculoskeletal system including the ability to assess the extremities using special clinical examination techniques pertinent to the field of sports medicine Use of proper terminology to describe signs and symptoms of common sports injuries Develop a differential diagnosis and the ability to evaluate the patient while outlining a plan to establish a proper diagnosis based on physical findings and utilization of pertinent laboratory x rays and special studies Learn the appropriate treatment for common Sports Medicine conditions including the appropriate use of activity modification physical therapy medications surgical intervention and bracing splinting and casting Understand the role of the following members of the Sports Medicine Team Certified Athletic Trainer Sports Physical Therapist Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician and the Orthopedic Sports Surgeon Student Assessment Your final

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  • FMCH 7538 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    therapists and athletic trainers This will include work in an office practice rehabilitation facilities training rooms and various athletic events Textbook Sports Injuries Diagnosis and Management Garrick and Webb W B Saunders 1999 and Handbook of Sports Medicine Lilligard Butcher and Rucker Andover Medical Publishers 1999 Textbooks are available no charge through the UMD Department of Family Medicine for students use while on this rotation Competencies and Objectives At the completion of the course the student will be able to take a problem oriented sports injury history and perform a focused physical examination especially for shoulder and knee problems appreciate the comprehensive care of the sport injured patient by following patients longitudinally through initial office training room on field assessment physical therapy surgery if necessary follow up reassessment and stepwise resumption of athletic activity with emphasis on preventive measures and especially in this regard know how to manage acute ankle sprains have an understanding of the basic approach to overuse injuries with emphasis on the importance of rehabilitation and prevention of recurrence have an understanding of the role of other health care providers in the assessment and treatment of sports injuries have an appreciation of the role of primary care physicians in the assessment and treatment of sports injuries including an understanding of when and how specialty consultation referral is made Student Assessment The student will be assessed by faculty based on attitude participation and clinical skills Attendance at fracture orthopaedic ambulatory medicine and sports medicine conferences as well as at high school collegiate and professional sport and dance training room clinic is expected Case presentations and assistance in sports medicine research will also be expected Special Instructions At least one month prior to the cancel add deadline please contact the UMD Department of Family Medicine 10 University Drive Duluth

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