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  • Skills Assessment and Training Center | Academic Affairs | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Center at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine give your program the edge in today s health care market We offer a comprehensive clinical training program that incorporates the use of standardized patients to develop Interpersonal communication skills one of the keys for successful interviewing practices for all healthcare providers Clinical and cultural competency that includes the physical examination and clinical decision making skills Clinical patient rapport as it relates to each individual health care environment Performance standards as they relate to your particular medical environment How it works Standardized patients are individuals who are specially trained to portray various patients and cases with specific physical findings and histories backgrounds Our standardized patients have worked with a wide range of student populations and a variety of health profession education programs including nursing physician assistants and medicine Because our standardized patients come from all walks of life and experiences our program provides you a cross section of diversity in patient portrayal We can offer you programs already designed to fit your particular needs or we can design and create a new program based on your specific criteria Why use Standardized Clinical Encounters Standardized patients provide a real life component for your training needs We use real people to role play life experiences within a simulated environment Standardized patients provide effective and immediate feedback for your trainees Standardized patients provide enhanced assessment of your particular programs competencies and needs Standardized patient encounters provide a safe and confidential environment for practicing ethical dilemmas sensitive medical situations and physical examinations Standardized patients have been used in medical education for 38 years Wright State University School of Medicine has had an active and ongoing program since 1980 Staff Bruce Binder MD PhD Department Academic Affairs SOM Title Associate Professor Family Medicine Clinical Curriculum Coordinator

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/academic-affairs/skills-assessment-and-training-center (2015-11-11)
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  • Student to Student | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    presentations Talks are presented upon invitation from classroom teachers and school administrators in schools within a 20 mile radius of Boonshoft School of Medicine Please note The last talk for the 2015 2016 academic year will be April 29 2016 We are full time medical students so talks can only be given as our schedules permit during the academic year from late August to the end of April Due to the popularity of the program please submit the form well in advance to schedule the presentation and time of your choice Please remember that this is a volunteer program and that all day talks are not an option for medical students We are only able to give talks during the the afternoon hours between 12 30 and 5 30 p m Unfortunately we can make no exceptions Thank you For more information send e mail to Student to Student Student to Student talks include Puberty Teen Pregnancy Grades 4 12 Medical students present a slide show and discussion focusing on male and female anatomy and physiology For younger students typically grades 4 7 puberty is the focus of the discussion Older students grades 7 12 may also hear frank and honest discussion about teen pregnancy myths about sexual intercourse birth control and sexually transmitted diseases Gender specific talks are available upon request Only one request for a Puberty talk is necessary for gender specific talks Please denote on the form when filling it out that you d like to have a gender specific Puberty talk The Human Body Grades K 12 Our most popular talk General anatomy and physiology are discussed We bring real human organs bones and X rays The talks are a lot of fun Talks are modified to be age appropriate Kids n Docs Grades Preschool 2 This program familiarizes young students with medical techniques instruments and personnel in order to decrease apprehension toward visiting the doctor Medical instruments and human bones are used to facilitate understanding HIV AIDS The Facts and Fiction Grades 3 12 This talk is modified for student age groups and works best for older students Medical students present a slide show and discussion about current statistics transmission high risk behaviors and prevention The Dangers of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Grades 5 12 This frank discussion and slide show focuses on the most commonly used and abused drugs in today s society as well as their effects of on the body with particular emphasis placed on the effects of alcohol Healthy and pathological human organs are compared to illustrate the deleterious effects of drug use and chronic alcohol use How 2 B an M D Grades 9 12 This career talk is tailored to the student age group and has been particularly effective with middle school and high school students Medical students discuss topics ranging from requirements for application to medical school college years life as a medical student and what it is like to be a doctor Nutrition Grades 1 8 This

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  • Information for Current Medical Students | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Information for Current Medical Students As a medical student at Boonshoft School of Medicine you are part of a strong supportive group of peers and mentors whose diversity of experience is matched only by their shared dedication to a common goal helping every student to become an exceptional physician On this page you will find links to information about the M D degree program services and resources available to you through the medical school and university and life as a medical student M D Curriculum About Our Curriculum Clinical Teaching Hospitals Dual Degree Programs M D M B A M D M P H M D Ph D Electives International Education Program Research Learning Community Residency Management Suite New Innovations Service Learning Student Policy Guide Visiting Medical Student Electives M D Student Information Applying for Residency Financial Aid Medical Student Directory password required Medical Student Insurance Medical Student Mental Health Services Office of Academic Affairs Office of Student Affairs Admissions White Hall Equipment Room Requests MedOps Life as a Medical Student Boonshoft Blogs by Students Alumni First Year Survival Guide Life In Around Dayton Radio Rounds Student Organizations Women Faculty Mentors AMWA Directory Schedules Forms B2 Absence Request Form DOC Year 1 2 Course Schedules

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life?theme=text_only (2015-11-11)
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  • Information for Current Medical Students | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Information for Current Medical Students As a medical student at Boonshoft School of Medicine you are part of a strong supportive group of peers and mentors whose diversity of experience is matched only by their shared dedication to a common goal helping every student to become an exceptional physician On this page you will find links to information about the M D degree program services and resources available to you through the medical school and university and life as a medical student M D Curriculum About Our Curriculum Clinical Teaching Hospitals Dual Degree Programs M D M B A M D M P H M D Ph D Electives International Education Program Research Learning Community Residency Management Suite New Innovations Service Learning Student Policy Guide Visiting Medical Student Electives M D Student Information Applying for Residency Financial Aid Medical Student Directory password required Medical Student Insurance Medical Student Mental Health Services Office of Academic Affairs Office of Student Affairs Admissions White Hall Equipment Room Requests MedOps Life as a Medical Student Boonshoft Blogs by Students Alumni First Year Survival Guide Life In Around Dayton Radio Rounds Student Organizations Women Faculty Mentors AMWA Directory Schedules Forms B2 Absence Request Form DOC Year 1 2 Course Schedules

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life?theme=high_contrast (2015-11-11)
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  • Information for Current Medical Students | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Information for Current Medical Students As a medical student at Boonshoft School of Medicine you are part of a strong supportive group of peers and mentors whose diversity of experience is matched only by their shared dedication to a common goal helping every student to become an exceptional physician On this page you will find links to information about the M D degree program services and resources available to you through the medical school and university and life as a medical student M D Curriculum About Our Curriculum Clinical Teaching Hospitals Dual Degree Programs M D M B A M D M P H M D Ph D Electives International Education Program Research Learning Community Residency Management Suite New Innovations Service Learning Student Policy Guide Visiting Medical Student Electives M D Student Information Applying for Residency Financial Aid Medical Student Directory password required Medical Student Insurance Medical Student Mental Health Services Office of Academic Affairs Office of Student Affairs Admissions White Hall Equipment Room Requests MedOps Life as a Medical Student Boonshoft Blogs by Students Alumni First Year Survival Guide Life In Around Dayton Radio Rounds Student Organizations Women Faculty Mentors AMWA Directory Schedules Forms B2 Absence Request Form DOC Year 1 2 Course Schedules 2015 16 Shelf Exam Calendar

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life?theme=default (2015-11-11)
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  • Educational Objectives | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Dayton IHI Open School Doctor s Notes Emergency Medicine Interest Group Family Medicine Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Educational Objectives Knowledge and Lifelong Learning The graduate will demonstrate knowledge of the basic medical sciences clinical skills and the ability to acquire manage and use current information for clinical decision making and problem solving in the care of individual patients family members populations and systems of care delivery The graduate will demonstrate knowledge of the ethical social economic and cultural influences upon the health of and health care delivery to patients and patient populations and will be able to propose realistic approaches to improving the health of an individual patient and for a patient population The graduate will be able to identify the diverse factors that influence the health of the individual and the community identify the socio cultural familial psychological economic environmental legal political and spiritual factors impacting health care and health care delivery and be able to respond to these factors by planning and advocating the appropriate course of action at both the individual and the community level Interpersonal and Communication The graduate will demonstrate the ability to establish a professional relationship with a patient build a comprehensive medical and social personal history conduct either a focused or comprehensive physical examination as indicated construct a differential diagnosis and recommend a

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  • Year 1 & 2 Course Schedules | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Endocrine Hematology Introduction to Clinical Medicine II Medical Neuroscience Mind Musculoskeletal Integument Pathobiology Therapeutics Renal Reproduction Respiratory Biennium II Biennium II Overview Fourth Year Electives for Visiting Students Year 3 Clerkships Family Medicine Clerkship Internal Medicine Clerkship Pediatrics Clerkship Psychiatry Clerkship Surgery Clerkship Women s Health Clerkship Year 4 Clerkships Clinical Neurology Clerkship Emergency Medicine Clerkship Policies Diversity Inclusion Policy Professional Honor Code Student Policy Procedure Guide Student Information Insurance for Medical Students Medical Student Mental Health Services Applying for Residency Student Organizations Student Organizations Overview Organization Contacts 5K AIDS Benefit Walk Run Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society American Medical Association American Medical Women s Association Boonshoft PRIDE Dayton IHI Open School Doctor s Notes Emergency Medicine Interest Group Family Medicine Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness

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  • Electives | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Mind Musculoskeletal Integument Pathobiology Therapeutics Renal Reproduction Respiratory Biennium II Biennium II Overview Fourth Year Electives for Visiting Students Year 3 Clerkships Family Medicine Clerkship Internal Medicine Clerkship Pediatrics Clerkship Psychiatry Clerkship Surgery Clerkship Women s Health Clerkship Year 4 Clerkships Clinical Neurology Clerkship Emergency Medicine Clerkship Policies Diversity Inclusion Policy Professional Honor Code Student Policy Procedure Guide Student Information Insurance for Medical Students Medical Student Mental Health Services Applying for Residency Student Organizations Student Organizations Overview Organization Contacts 5K AIDS Benefit Walk Run Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society American Medical Association American Medical Women s Association Boonshoft PRIDE Dayton IHI Open School Doctor s Notes Emergency Medicine Interest Group Family Medicine Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Electives Catalog of Electives Biennium 1 Electives Catalog 2015 PDF Biennium 2 Course Descriptions current PDF Forms and Files Extramural DOC Drop Add Form 2014 15 DOC Student Coordinators and Directors 2015 PDF Winter Elective Options Form 2015 PDF Summer Elective Options Form 2015 PDF updated 1 27 2015 Fall Elective Options Form 2015 PDF updated 1 27 2015 Shadowing Approval Form PDF Student Initiated Electives Forms SIE Forms B1 Departmental Sponsor PDF International Elective Sponsor PDF B1 International Elective Student Evaluation PDF B2 International Elective Student Evaluation PDF B1 Preceptor Evaluation of Student Performance PDF revised 4 7 2015 B1 Preceptor Form

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