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  • INMD 7200 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    care hospital clinic specialist practice emergency room nursing homes and home visits In this way they see the impact of health and disease on patients lives and their families and communities One to one teaching and hands on experience with significant procedural skills training play a prominent role in the student s training Students work closely with a primary physician typcially a family physician and with multiple other community specialists including surgeons ob gyns pediatricians urologists orthopedic surgeons This program is intended for students who want to explore possible future rural practice in family medicine another primary care specialty or general surgery Competencies and Objectives Students should be able to learn to provide comprehensive care including preventive chronic episodic and emergency care in the context of the family and community develop procedural skills essential to a primary care physician work effectively with other members of the health care team for better individual and community health develop verbal and nonverbal interpersonal skills and a sensitivity to psychosocial sexual and family components of medical problems develop skills to become a life long independent learner experience a rural lifestyle and gain personal confidence and competence in assuming the role of a rural primary care physician understand rural healthcare issues Student Assessment Grades are constructed for each covered clerkship based on E value evaluations by the preceptor s NBME exams or other subject exams evaluations by visiting University and RPAP faculty and completion of all course component activities Special Instructions Applications are accepted through late November early Dec of Year Two Interviews to discuss educational interests and geographic requirements occur in Dec Jan and students are notified of acceptance in mid February RPAP students are required to live in the assigned rural community during the program Participants are awarded financial stipends The content editor

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  • INMD 7400 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Essentials of Clinical Medicine course Part 1 and Part 2 Specifically they would help with the interviewing skills tutorials the physical exam skills tutorials and the associated workshops There is a minimum of 2 hours of credit 1 credit is equivalent to 32 40 hours of work A student could also aquire of the hours designing curriculum for a specific part of the course There are certain scheduled dates for the teaching activities and students would have to be free on those specific dates Responsibilities Time Date Teaching in the Interview session ECM Part 1 3 12 hours Fall semester Thursday mornings Tuesday Thursday afternoons Teaching in the Physical exam sessions ECM Part 1 4 24 hours Fall semester Thursday mornings Tuesday Thursday afternoons Teaching in Communication skills workshops ECM Part 2 3 9 hours End of January early February If you elect to do this course you will receive 2 credits minimum depending on the number of hours for the entire teaching experience and or curriculum revision It will show on your transcript as a course taken for credit Competencies and Objectives Demonstrate teaching skills of physical exam giving appropriate demonstration and appropriate feedback to 1st year students Demonstrate teaching skills of interviewing patients giving appropriate demonstration and appropriate feedback to 1st year students Demonstrate ability to create and revise curriculum related to the physical exam and interviewing skills tutorials Student Assessment Grading will be pass fail Students will be provided with timely feedback when responsibilities are completed 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

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  • INMD 7450 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    medicine physicians and within the multidisciplinary team in hospital outpatient clinic and home settings The experience will include a range of medical problems and focus on patients with advanced illness Particular attention will relate to pain management and complex medical decision making Competencies and Objectives Management of pain and other distressing symptoms in patients with advanced illness Communication and building relationships with patients and their families Use exploration of patient s values and beliefs to establish goals to be used as the foundation for developing logical advance care plans Participation in the multidisciplinary health care team Use of evidence based medicine and academic resources in patient care Explain the criteria for hospice eligibility Explain the similarities and differences between hospice and palliative care Student Assessment Clinical performance Demonstration of interest and enthusiasm Work with multidisciplinary team members Effective use of academic resources Appropriate interaction and communication with patients and families 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

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  • INMD 7521 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    disparities environmental justice and access to care Goals and Objectives Demonstrate a knowledge of the role s of health care workers health care and public health organizations NGOs and grassroots community organizations in health activism Work effectively in an interdisciplinary community university partnership Describe approaches to identifying community needs agendas and resources Demonstrate the skills basic to health activism such as media advocacy legislative advocacy popular education study circles working with regulatory bodies fundraising grassroots organizing and participatory action research Student Assessment Course Requirements Students will work in small interdisciplinary groups with a faculty mentor and a community organization to complete or make significant progress on a project identified by a community organization In addition students are required to attend one half day of workshops each week and to meet with their faculty and community mentors at least once per week At the end of the course each small group will hand in a summary of their project Each student will hand in portfolio documenting their experience and the insights and challenges that emerged for them during the course The content editor for this page is Abbe Holmgren clsched umn edu 612 626 4281 What s Inside About MedEd About

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  • INMD 7540 & 7541 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    the evaluation of 1 new patient and present the patient to the faculty preceptor who will demonstrate physical findings and review the basic skills involved in evaluation and management The session will also include a discussion of the scientific basis of the patient s illness Student Assessment 80 based on clinic performance 20 based on a 1 page concept proposal in the form of an NIH Specific Aims page outlining an experiment to address a disease based hypothesis due the last day of the 6 week term Grading will be Honors Pass or Fail Students will earn Honors when the one page concept proposal is judged by the preceptor to be excellent or oustanding Eligibility MD PhD students in good standing who are in their last two years of graduate training prior to entering MS year 3 Students are required to meet with Dr Bitterman prior to registering He must give approval and sign off on the course proposal 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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  • INMD 7555 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    for credit with registration at the University of Minnesota for INMD 7555 must be done in advance before beginning the elective away for credit Fill out the Application for Elective Away For Credit INMD 7555 found on the Forms and Applications page Students will be registered for INMD 7555 to receive transcript credit Health insurance and malpractice insurance will be covered if credit is received Competencies and Objectives To provide students an opportunity to pursue clinical study at another institution and to receive academic credit for this activity Student Assessment The clinical performance evaluation will be done by the faculty at the hosting institution at the time the elective is taken The faculty member should utilize the University of Minnesota forms to record these evaluations but it is acceptable if the preceptor or host instutition insist on using their institution s form Students should provide the evaluation form to their preceptor s and return the evaluation s to the Clinical Scheduler for routing to the Assistant Dean for Clinical Education for final grade award Host institutions may send the evaluation s directly to clsched umn edu it is recommended if multiple evaluations will be submitted that the student collect all evaluations that should be used for final grade calculation and submit to the Scheduler as one package Special Instructions Students may also arrange to use free time to pursue academic work at other institutions However no transcript credit is earned when utilizing free time The student needs to determine what the schools pay for in such instances e g malpractice insurance coverage Student requests for more than 8 weeks of elective away for credit are subject to approval by their advisor and the Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education Forms The Forms and Applications page includes Application for Elective

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  • INMD 7577 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    physician Identify community resources for the provision of specific complementary therapies Describe resources available with which to research a complementary therapy Discuss the potential interactions between complementary therapies and allopathic medical interventions Skills As a result of this curriculum the medical student will be able to Interview patients about their use of complementary therapies Demonstrate professional interactions with providers of complementary therapy Effectively research the literature on a complementary therapy Attitudes As a result of this curriculum the medical student will be able to Demonstrate critical thinking skills in considering the common complementary therapies Demonstrate willingness to discuss complementary practices with their course colleagues in a professional manner Demonstrate comfort interacting professionally with patients who use complementary therapies Student Assessment There will be four elements of the course that faculty will evaluate Attendance at the assigned clinical rotations Participation in a weekly discussion group contribution to group discussions will be noted Internet discussion contribution to the internet discussion will be noted End of course participant presentations see previous description for details Educational Strategies Course objectives will be accomplished in four ways 1 clinical experience and individual treatment if desired 2 group discussions with course faculty 3 Internet discussion and 4 final project and presentation Clinical Experience Course participants will have the opportunity to observe complementary care providers at work in their own settings This will allow students to experience how the theory and philosophy of a particular complementary therapy or system is applied in practice These experiences will involve a minimum of one session each of clinical experience with a number of assigned practitioners The student will accompany a complementary and alternative provider in the practitioner s own clinical practice The modalities and the practitioners using these modalities have been selected on the following basis They are commonly used therapies They are included in the National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine classification of complementary therapies Practitioners are available in these disciplines to educate students Physicians are likely to encounter users of these therapies in their practices Principles used may be useful for the medical students in their future allopathic careers You will observe a majority of the following modalities Acupuncture Biofeedback Chiropractic Esoteric Healing Healing Touch Homeopathy Hypnosis Kinesiology Massage Therapy Music Therapy Naturopathy Osteopathy Shiatsu TCM Traditional Chinese Medicine Pillsbury House Integrated Health Clinic Group Discussion Course participants will meet with course faculty each week throughout the course to introduce concepts evaluate therapies and provide opportunities for feedback and discussion regarding clinic experiences and case studies Students will participate in group discussions and make short presentations on specific complementary therapies specific applications of complementary therapies or case histories Internet Communication A Center for Spirituality and Healing Web site has been created for INMD 7577 to facilitate discussion among students and course faculty Student participants will be required to post messages on www csh umn edu at least three 3 times each week Final Project Presentation On the final day of the elective each student will do a 15

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  • INMD 7580 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    a wellness and self care program for themselves based on an integrative modeling of healing The course will be structured in a modified problem based learning approach in which students with faculty guidance will develop an integrated treatment plan for a real or hypothetical patient as well as for themselves Competencies and Objectives Goal 1 Provide an overview of holistic healthcare identifying non allopathic modalities useful for integration into a clinical practice Objectives Identify the principles and philosophy of holistic healthcare Define the principles of holistic medical practice Define the principles of holistic nursing practice Recognize the difference between healing and curing Compare a wellness based model to a disease based model of healthcare Develop an understanding of how the requirements of evidence based medicine may be applied to holistic care Increase understanding of complementary therapies Describe each of the selected healing modalities and be able to explain its proposed mechanism of action and at least one potential health benefit Acupuncture Biofeedback using HeartMathTM as an example Chiropractic Energy Medicine Healing Touch Holistic Nursing Massage Therapy Meditation Naturopathy Osteopathy Pet Therapy Qi Gong Somatic therapy Traditional Chinese Medicine Traditional Hawaiian Healing Yoga Therapy Recognize the advantages of an interdisciplinary team approach that involves the integration of multiple healing modalities Develop an integrated treatment plan for a patient that involves multiple modalities and discuss its rationale Compare and contrast how several different healing modalities approach a common problem like inflammation Goal II Emphasize how self care and a balanced lifestyle are central to a healthy physician and a holistic practice Objectives Learn approaches to self care emphasizing the value of the mind body spirit relationship Develop and practice a self care plan that can be maintained beyond the course Develop a nutrition plan that can be maintained beyond the course Provide

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