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  • INMD 7581 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    be appropriate treatment options for the patient given his or her common symptom complexes Identify community resources for the provision of integrative medicine and specific complementary therapies Identify resources available with which to research a complementary therapy Skills As a result of this curriculum the medical student will be able to Apprentice with an Integrative Medicine provider to acquire introductory skills in selected health system s integrative medicine MD chiropractic homeopathy osteopathy naturopathy and or TCM Demonstrate ways in which to build rapport understanding and empathy and develop relationship centered care with a patient Obtain a history that includes emotional psychological and spiritual aspect as well as identifying the patient s belief systems and culture Interview patients effectively about their holistic approach to their health including complementary therapies and providers they include on their health care team Interact professionally with integrative physicians and providers of complementary therapies Research the literature on a complementary therapy and integrative approaches to healing and understand it limitations Attitudes As a result of this curriculum the medical student will be able to Describe the value of relationship centered care as a tool to guide patients more efficiently towards health Openly and professionally discuss Integrative Health care with your colleagues Demonstrate comfort interacting with patients who use complementary therapies Discuss the interaction between complementary therapies and allopathic medical interventions Demonstrate willingness and knowledge to refer patients to Integrative practitioners and CAM providers Apply critical thinking skills in determining the need for expanding your education into the field of Integrative Medicine Self Care Emphasize how self care and a balanced life style are central to a healthy physician a healthy practice Define Self Care and list benefits of a balance lifestyle Describe your commitment to ongoing assessment of your own lifestyle choices as you continue through medical school and residency Identify and participate in a practice of self care that you can implement into your lifestyle i e yoga meditation journaling Student Assessment There will be four elements of the course that faculty will evaluate Attendance and evaluations from your assigned clinical rotations Participation and contribution to weekly discussion group and Internet discussion will be noted End of course participant project and presentations Educational Strategies Course objectives will be accomplished in five ways 1 Experiential with clinical experience and one on one teaching 2 Small group discussions with mini lectures meets jointly with the INMD 7577 students 3 Reading and literature reviews 4 Internet discussion and 5 final project and presentation 1 Experiential Clinical experience will be accomplished by first 1 choosing a health care track that you want to pursue in depth For example if you are interested in acupuncture an option for education would be to identify a TCM practice where you could spend time learning about the discipline and discover how you could implement these skills into your own future Integrated practice In addition seeing patient at the Pillsbury House Integrated Health Clinic a free interdisciplinary student run clinic offering integrative care to individuals

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  • INMD 7800 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    health plans serving on a Board or committee of an organization focused on services to seniors or providing volunteer home health aide or nursing assistant services or emergency non medical response under the supervision of a nurse Working within a wide variety of organizations is permissible such as the members of the Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging http www mnlcoa org or its Board members organizations which include nursing homes assisted living providers home health agencies hospices senior advocacy organizations disease focused groups and adult day care providers Students enrolling in this course will be eligible to apply for discounted rent at Augustana Apartments a senior campus located one block for HCMC and convenient to several other medical school affiliated hospitals This discount is subject to availability of apartments and service to the Augustana community Additional time commitments beyond 80 hours per year may be required for long term rent discount The course requires completion of an individual learning plan weekly journaling submission of completed geriatric assessment tools and a 4 page double spaced literature review of geriatric related topic relevant to the student s experience Competencies and Objectives Students will be able to Enhance the quality of life for seniors Assist seniors in overcoming barriers to obtaining medical services Advocate on behalf of individual seniors and the senior population Describe ways community and recreational services and activities enhance health among seniors Educate seniors about health issues Promote seniors health through screening programs healthy life styles and preventive health services e g immunizations Perform geriatric assessments in areas such as function spirituality environment and social connections Student Assessment Students will submit their journal and geriatric assessments on line as they create them End of course evaluations will be requested from a staff person at the organization served by the student

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  • LAMP 7114 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    is on learning to diagnose and report pathologic findings in patient specimens Competencies and Objectives The student will he assigned to a resident who will closely supervise and instruct the student in all departmental activities The attending pathologist will instruct and closely supervise both the student and resident in the microscopic examination and reporting of specimens and the gross examination of all complex or non routine specimens During the rotation the student will be oriented and observed for competency in the gross examination processing and reporting of biopsies and routine specimens by a pathology assistant The student will use computer based self instructional materials to review basic histopathologic processes and to become oriented in the use of the department s computerized reporting system The student with the resident will alternate performing gross examination and microscopic signout in an ongoing two day rotation This allows for seeing each specimen both in the gross state and as a microscope specimen The student will complete a small project with a written description for departmental use and present it to the departmental staff in a small but formal conference setting Following the rotation the student will he able to Describe the operation of a surgical pathology department in a hospital setting How are specimens obtained preserved examined processed diagnosed and reported What are the expected components of a surgical pathology report and what are acceptable turn around times for patient reports What special techniques are available to the surgical pathologist Diagnose some of the most common pathologic lesions of the dermatologic gastrointestinal gynecologic and musculoskeletal systems Assess their interest in pathology as a specialty Student Assessment On the basis of student performance 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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  • LAMP 7119 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Description The student will go to the scene of death with the civilian investigators attend autopsies and discuss the certification of death as to the cause and manner with the medical examiner The student will be expected to review completely the book Medicolegal Investigation of Death by Spitz and Fisher during the rotation Competencies and Objectives This course acquaints students with the field of forensic medicine The student will become familiar with the function of a medical examiner s office in determining the various causes and manners of death that fall under the jurisdiction of such a public official Student Assessment The professional staff will evaluate the student s responsiveness and general knowledge obtained during the period of instruction Students are assigned a Journal Club presentation 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

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  • LAMP 7145 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    consultation cases from outside hospitals also are a part of the diagnostic service A number of teaching conferences are held in conjunction with the Departments of Neurology Neurosurgery Diagnostic Radiology as well as the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology A large collection of gross and microscopic specimens is available for educational uses Ample time is allotted for independent study and pursuit of students individual interests in the field of neuropathology is encouraged Competencies and Objectives This elective allows students to experience the daily activities of a neuropathologist The students will be become acquainted with the nature of neuropathological practice and gain insight into the role that pathologists play in patient care and validation of clinical and radiological observations Correlation between what is seen with imaging techniques and neuropathological changes is a major emphasis of the rotation An understanding of neuropathology also is fundamental for anyone intending to pursue a career in any of the clinical neurosciences Student Assessment Student evaluation will be based upon the degree and quality of participation in daily activities and teaching conferences Students will be asked to make a presentation at one of the teaching conferences at the end of the rotation The content editor

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  • LAMP 7150 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    frozen section procedures The student may also take part in performance of autopsies and if desired perform autopsies themselves under supervision Clinical correlation with pathological findings is stressed Readings will be suggested after consulting with the student Literature and surgical pathology textbooks are available in the Pathology Department for student use The student will attend all conferences in anatomic pathology and may participate in selected relevant interdisciplinary conferences Students are expected to give a short case based pathology presentation at the end of the rotation Competencies and Objectives This elective offers the opportunity to participate in the Anatomic Pathology Department at the University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview University Campus The student will become acquainted with current basic concepts of anatomic pathology especially in relation to morphological interpretation Student Assessment Student evaluation will be based on degree of engagement and independence in participation as well as on the presentation 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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  • LAMP 7152 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    autopsy conference and conferences on surgical pathology There is time available for the student to review areas of interest in pathology Teaching sets of color slides histological sections and cytology smears are available for study Competencies and Objectives This elective acquaints students with the technique of performing an autopsy Clinical pathologic correlation is stressed The student will learn autopsy technique review gross and microscopic pathology study clinical pathologic correlation spend time in area of special interest i e cytology etc see pathologic material and review pathology literature Student Assessment Evaluation of the student s performance will be based on the degree of participation and interest in autopsy performed attendance at conferences and evidence of independent study Special Instructions Under special circumstances students will be allowed to take this course for 3 or 4 weeks but it is essential that students contact Dr Manivel or Kaarn Spencer at least one month prior to beginning elective 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

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  • LAMP 7158 | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Heart Hospital 333 North Smith Ave Suite 4625 St Paul MN Description Students will assist in examination of existing and newly acquired cardiovascular specimens to identify variations of specific congenital and acquired disease entities and their functional significance Students attend diagnostic therapeutic hospital conferences on current patients Competencies and Objectives This course provides an experience in cardiac pathology of congenital and acquired diseases with emphasis on functional effects The objectives are to Participate in examination of cardiovascular specimens from surgery and autopsy and Develop a sound appreciation of the various pathologic processes that underlie congenital and acquired clinical heart disease Student Assessment Students will be evaluated on the basis of discussion degree of participation and interest in course objectives Special Instructions One month prior to elective students must contact the Course Director 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

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