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  • Endocrine (SMD 564) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    of hormones this course moves through the common and catastrophic disease states that affect the endocrine organs Diabetes is given particular emphasis given its increasing prevalence and morbidity in the US Small group case discussions highlight diagnostic test interpretation making a differential diagnosis and therapeutic intervention options Course Learning Goals Assessment Practice Teaching and Learning Activities and their Integration with the Institutional Educational Objectives Institutional Objectives Learning Goals Assessment Activities graded Practice Feedback Activities non graded Teaching and Learning Activities K1 Identify key anatomical and physiological features of the endocrine system Quizzes Clinical Case Sessions MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 Given a case vignette of a patient with possible endocrine disease clarify the pathogenesis approaches to diagnosis and evidence based treatment Quizzes Clinical Case Sessions MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Live Lectures with Clinical Questions and ARS questions K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Accurately interpret laboratory results of patients with possible endocrine disorders indicate most likely diagnoses based on these results and clinical findings Quizzes Clinical Case Sessions TBL IRAT GRAT MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Review session with ARS questions TBL GAPP Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Live Lectures with Clinical Questions and ARS questions K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Using knowledge of population medicine identify in case vignettes key issues of risk for endocrine disorders i e diabetes thyroid genetic conditions and integrate this information into diagnosis treatment approaches Quizzes Clinical Case Sessions TBL IRAT GRAT MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam TBL GAPP Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Live Lectures with Clinical Questions and ARS questions C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Integrate medical science knowledge to evaluate and solve complex clinical problems through small group discussion with faculty Quizzes Clinical Case Sessions TBL IRAT GRAT MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam TBL GAPP Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Live Lectures with Clinical Questions and ARS questions C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Work effectively in teams to solve problems TBL IRAT GRAT TBL peer feedback at end of Term 2 TBL GAPP Institutional Educational Objectives Category addressed Definition 1 Institutional Objectives What does our institution want our graduates to do 2 Learning Goals If your students mastered the content of your course what would they be able to do 3 Assessment Activities graded 4 Practice Feedback Activities non graded What will students need to do for them and others peers professors to know whether they have achieved this specific learning goal 5 Teaching and Learning Activities How will students get the information they need to learn Knowledge and Lifelong Learning K1 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 K2 The graduate will demonstrate knowledge of the ethical social economic and cultural influences upon the health of and health care delivery

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/endocrine (2015-11-11)
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  • Hematology (SMD 551) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Exam Clinical workshops Exam question banks FAQ Review session Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 Identify growth factors biologic products and how chemotherapeutic agents work in leukemia or lymphoma given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Exam question banks FAQ Review session Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Generate a differential diagnosis and determine further diagnostic strategies for a patient with a probable myeloproliferative disorder leukemia or lymphoma given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Exam question banks FAQ Review session TBL GAPP Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Digital blood atlas K1 Identify pathogenesis of red cell metabolism disorders by applying knowledge of how iron vitamin B12 folate and common enzymes relate to red cell metabolism given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Exam question banks FAQ Review session Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Microscope tutorials K1 Identify and explain the key characteristics of sickle cell anemia thalassemia or megaloblastic anemia at the cellular systems and patient presentation levels given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Clinical workshops Exam question banks FAQ Review session Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Patient Physician panel K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Compose a differential diagnosis and choose appropriate anemia diagnostic approaches given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Exam question banks FAQ Review session TBL GAPP Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Digital blood atlas K1 Interpret laboratory results of a patient with a coagulopathy given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Exam question banks Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 Identify the most common heritable coagulopathies and discuss their pathobiology and clinical presentation MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Exam question banks FAQ Review session Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 Identify best choice therapeutic agents for a patient requiring anticoagulant therapy and justify choices by describing mechanisms of actions and fit with clinical condition given a case vignette MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Clinical workshops Exam question banks Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 Identify the health benefits of patients receiving blood derived products MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Blood banking quiz Exam question banks Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures Virtual blood banking lab K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Solve complex problems effectively in teams and complete projects in a defined time frame TBL IRAT GRAT TBL GAPP Study of advance assignment Interactions with peers and faculty during live TBL session C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Provide constructive feedback to peers and respond to constructive feedback TBL peer feedback at end of Term 1 Interactions with peers during TBL sessions Participation in TBL Completion of peer feedback C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Productively contribute to the learning power of teams through adequate preparation punctuality and creation of a positive encouraging atmosphere TBL peer feedback at end of Term 1 Interactions with peers during TBL sessions Participation in TBL Completion of peer feedback Institutional Educational Objectives Category addressed Definition 1

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/hematology (2015-11-11)
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  • Introduction to Clinical Medicine II (SMD 542) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    July Radiology workshop during longitudinal portion of course K1 Given a case vignette determine the diagnosis of common and catastrophic ophthalmologic and otolaryngologic problems by applying classic signs and symptoms epidemiology and underlying pathology Written exam Lecture K1 Demonstrate use of the basic principles of nutrition and apply them to diabetes and obesity Written exam Lecture K1 K2 Demonstrate an understanding of important concepts in the care of geriatric patients including normal aging delirium polypharmacy and safe prescribing and falls Written exam Geriatrics workshop July Lecture C1 Build an accurate and thorough focused patient history for a patient adult adolescent pediatric with select common presenting complaints OSCE Simulated Patient Encounter workshops 4 total with 12 cases Lecture case discussions C1 Perform an appropriate focused physical examination for a patient with select common presenting complaints OSCE SPE workshops Lecture case discussions C1 Generate an appropriate differential diagnosis and basic diagnostic plan for a patient with select common presenting complaints OSCE Written exam SPE workshops Lecture case discussions C1 Establish and build a professional and caring relationship with a patient in a variety of settings OSCE SPE workshops Male Exam workshop Female Exam workshop ICM 1 C1 Perform sensitive exams on patients a breast and pelvic exam on a female patient a genital and rectal exam on a male patient Clerkships some evaluation in Female Exam workshop some evaluation in male exam workshop Female Exam workshop Male exam workshop Workshop reading assignment K1 Perform common procedural skills NG placement suturing catherization of the GU tract IV placement venipuncture Clerkships Procedural Skills workshop Procedural skills videos C1 C2 Deliver bad news to a patient in a caring and compassionate manner Clerkships some evaluation in Bad News workshop Bad News workshop Lecture C2 Perform an oral presentation of a patient encounter for faculty and peers Clerkships Case Presentation workshop Lecture C2 Document appropriately Write a progress note in the SOAP format write a prescription OSCE Documentation workshop Lecture C3 Communicate effectively and in a constructive manner with peers and faculty during multiple small group sessions Workshop Case Discussions Presentation Skills workshop other workshops Case discussion sessions ICM 1 C3 P1 Receive oral and written feedback from faculty teaching associates patients and simulated patients in a respectful manner and use that feedback to improve skills in succeeding encounters SPE workshops Bad News workshop Male Exam workshop Female Exam workshop ICM 1 P2 Demonstrate professional behavior in a variety of settings during interactions with faculty staff teaching associates course director through the ability to attend all required workshops in a punctual manner dressing professionally when required exhibiting a positive attitude especially in the presence of patients being truthful reliable prepared and courteous in all workshops maintaining confidentiality regarding patient care contributing to a positive learning environment collaborating with colleagues and performing self assessment and self directed learning Evaluated informally by course director through ongoing discussions with personnel mentioned and third year clerkship directors All workshops Course orientation July ICM orientation session featuring third and fourth year

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/introduction-to-clinical-medicine-ii (2015-11-11)
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  • Medical Neuroscience (SMD 560) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    programs Textbook readings Notepack K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette determine the diagnosis of brain hemispheric disorders by applying knowledge of the structure and function of the brain including the gross anatomy blood supply cognition language use memory and control of eye movement MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Online Neuroanatomy Quiz Exam question bank TBL GAPP Neuroanatomy GAPPs TA Q A Review sessions Live lectures Online tutorials Neuroanatomy labs Clinical case sessions Electronic programs Textbook readings Notepack K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette determine the diagnosis of sensory disorders by applying knowledge of the structure and function of sensory systems including pathways involved in proprioception pain transmission and modulation vision hearing balance taste and olfaction MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Online Neuroanatomy Quiz Exam question bank TBL GAPP Neuroanatomy GAPPs TA Q A Review sessions Live lectures Online tutorials Neuroanatomy labs Clinical case sessions Electronic programs Textbook readings Notepack K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette determine the diagnosis of motor disorders by applying knowledge of the structure and function of motor systems including motor neurons arising from the spinal cord and brainstem descending motor pathways arising from the brainstem and cerebral cortex the basal ganglia and the cerebellum MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Online Neuroanatomy Quiz Exam question bank TBL GAPP Neuroanatomy GAPPs Electrophysiological demonstration ARS questions TA Q A Review sessions Live lectures Online tutorials Neuroanatomy labs Clinical case sessions Electronic programs Textbook readings Notepack Electrophysiological demonstration K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient with a degenerative disease identify mechanisms underlying nervous tissue repair and regeneration including changes associated with stages of life MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Exam question bank TBL GAPP Neuroanatomy GAPPs TA Q A Review sessions Live lecture Neuroanatomy labs K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient with a major nervous system pathogenic disorder infectious inflammatory imunological traumatic neoplastic vascular congenital perinatal toxic metabolic and paroxysmal disorders identify the clinical and histopathologic features pathogenesis anatomical context natural history and prognosis MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Neuropathology GAPPs Exam question bank Live lectures Online tutorials Clinical case sessions Textbook readings Notepack K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of patient who needs or has been given a therapeutic agent for a nervous system disorder sedation or pain management identify mechanisms of action common uses contraindications adverse effects and potential drug drug interactions MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Neuropathology GAPPs Exam question bank TBL GAPP Live lectures Online tutorials Clinical case sessions Textbook readings Notepack K1 K2 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette diagnose common neurologic diseases by interpreting physical findings and histopathologic results MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Neuropathology GAPPs Exam question bank TBL GAPP Neuroanatomy GAPPs Live lectures Online tutorials Clinical case sessions Textbook readings Notepack K2 K3 C2 Given a case vignette diagnose brain death by integrating neuroscience principles clinical findings and legal precedent

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/medical-neuroscience (2015-11-11)
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  • The Mind (SMD 562) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Practice Exam TBL GAPP Live Lectures Online Tutorials Notepack Textbook Readings K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient with a psychiatric diagnosis identify the most common evidence based treatments for that condition Includes both therapeutic agents and psychotherapies Final MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Practice Exam TBL GAPP Live Lectures Online Tutorials Notepack Textbook Readings Summary Charts K2 Given a case vignette of a patient with a psychiatric disorder identify the potential confounding psychosocial factors for such disorders Final MCQ Exam Live Lectures Online Tutorials Notepack Textbook Readings Summary Charts Patients K1 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient with one of the following conditions identify its etiology pathogenesis pathological changes and clinical features of Alzheimer s disease Pick s disease Huntington s disease multiple system atrophy Parkinson s disease motor neuron disease and Friedreich s ataxia Final MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Practice Exam TBL GAPP Live Lectures Notepack Textbook Readings Neurodegenerative Lab K1 Given a case of a patient with a possible sleep disorder identify normal and abnormal stages of sleep and the common disorders Final MCQ Exam Practice Exam Online Tutorial Notepack Textbook Readings K1 Given a case vignette of a patient with a learning or memory problem identify the biological processes learning and memory and how disorders manifest Final MCQ Exam Practice Exam Live Lectures Notepack Textbook Readings K1 K2 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient who is at risk for suicide or homicide identify the risk factors and explain how suicide and homicide impacts society Final MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Practice Exam TBL GAPP Live Lectures Notepack Textbook Readings Summary Charts K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette in which a patient is given one or more psychotropic agents identify their mechanisms of action common side effects contra indications and drug drug interactions Final MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Practice Exam TBL GAPP Live Lectures Online Tutorials Notepack Textbook Readings Summary Charts Psychopharmacology Conferences K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient who is mostly likely to be using a substance of abuse identify what the most likely substance is based on clinical presentation and history identify how that substance affects the nervous system and identify how both intoxication and withdrawal occur and manifest Agents include CNS depressants stimulants opioids sympathomimetics cannabinoids steroids psychedelics nicotine and commonly prescribed drugs that can lead to abuse Final MCQ Exam TBL IRAT GRAT Practice Exam TBL GAPP Live Lectures Online Tutorials Notepack Textbook Readings Summary Charts C2 After observing a video clip of a patient write a thorough and accurate mental status examination Mental Status Written Assignment Practice Mental Status Assignment Live Lectures Online Tutorials Notepack C2 C3 P2 P3 Demonstrate professionalism through the ability to be punctual and attend required events complete written assignments in a timely fashion be truthful be courteous to patients patients families

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/the-mind (2015-11-11)
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  • Musculoskeletal/Integument (SMD 563) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    K1 Identify the key features of peripheral nerve injury and recovery in the context of clinical signs and symptoms interpret results of EMG and nerve conduction studies in context of patient history physical findings pose differential diagnosis MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Patient Panel Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture EMG Demo K1 Explain the movements that occur at various types of synovial joints describe the process of long bone growth and explain how hormones and physical stress regulate bone remodeling MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Practice Questions Notepack Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 Given a case vignette of a patient with a fracture detail the stages of fracture repair and its biologic mechanisms MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Notepack Live Lecture K1 Given case vignettes of patients with probably bone diseases identify the pathogenic mechanisms in relation to clinical features and natural history of those disorders MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 Accurately explain the patho physiologic basis clinical presentation diagnostic criteria and treatment options for a patient with a common joint disorder MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 Given case vignettes with images identify common and potentially lethal dermatologic conditions and indicate their pathogenesis presentation and course and evidence based treatment approaches MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 Given a case vignette of a patient requiring therapeutic agents for a skin disorder indicate drug of choice and mechanism of action contraindications adverse side effects and potential drug drug interactions MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Given a case vignette of a patient with a possible skin cancer interpret biopsy findings within context of staging and indicate choices of treatment and prognosis TBL IRAT GRAT MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam TBL GAPP Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 After case presentations of Low Back Pain Progressive Paraplegia Multiple Joint Aches Acute Hot Joint and Shoulder pain indicate key pathogenic features next steps in diagnosis differential diagnosis and treatment options MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam Differential Diagnosis Cases Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 K3 C2 P2 During live patient presentations on Spinal Cord Injury and Myotonic Dystrophy ask pertinent questions about their history course of illness impact of illness on their lives No formal assessment Patient Panel Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture K1 Presented with a case vignette of a patient who needs or is taking an antipyretic analgesic or NSAID identify drug options given clinical presentation and history articulate mechanisms of action contraindications adverse side effects and drug drug interactions for selected options MCQ Exam Term 1 Exam TBL peer feedback at end of Term 1 Differential Diagnosis Cases Textbooks Notepack Live Lecture Pharm Discussion with Residents Institutional Educational Objectives Category addressed Definition 1 Institutional Objectives What does our institution want our graduates to do 2 Learning Goals If your students mastered the content of your course what would they be able to do 3 Assessment Activities graded 4 Practice Feedback Activities

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/musculoskeletal-integument (2015-11-11)
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  • Pathobiology and Therapeutics (SMD 535) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Application of Knowledge Path Analyze genetic anatomic and laboratory data to make conclusions about the etiology pathogenesis pathophysiology morphology and clinical features of disease TBL IRAT GRAT Weekly MCQ exams Final Exam Comprehensive Term 1 and Term 2 Final Exams Intra lecture questions based on assigned reading MCQ Review sessions TBL GAPP MCQ reviews of path pharm Textbook study Live lectures Self Instruction modules Syllabus MCQ reviews of path pharm K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Application of Knowledge Pharm Predict the effects of drugs that use ANS receptors by using knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the autonomic nervous system TBL IRAT GRAT Weekly MCQ exams Final Exam Comprehensive Term 1 and Term 2 Final Exams Intra lecture questions based on assigned reading MCQ Review sessions TBL GAPP MCQ reviews of path pharm Textbook study Live lectures Self Instruction modules Syllabus MCQ reviews of path pharm K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Application of Knowledge Pharm Interpret graphic or numerical data to form conclusions about pharmacokinetics pharmacodynamics pharmacotherapeutics and pharmacogenetics TBL IRAT GRAT Weekly MCQ exams Final Exam Comprehensive Term 1 and Term 2 Final Exams Intra lecture questions based on assigned reading MCQ Review sessions TBL GAPP MCQ reviews of path pharm Textbook study Live lectures Self Instruction modules Syllabus MCQ reviews of path pharm K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Application of Knowledge Pharm Describe mechanisms of action and predict the physiologic effects of autonomic anti inflammatory anticoagulant antineoplastic and immune modulating drugs TBL IRAT GRAT Weekly MCQ exams Final Exam Comprehensive Term 1 and Term 2 Final Exams Intra lecture questions based on assigned reading MCQ Review sessions TBL GAPP MCQ reviews of path pharm Textbook study Live lectures Self Instruction modules Syllabus MCQ reviews of path pharm K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Application of Knowledge Path integration Evaluate a patient s laboratory data anatomic and clinical to determine the appropriate class of drug or specific agent that would benefit that patient TBL IRAT GRAT Weekly MCQ exams Final Exam Comprehensive Term 1 and Term 2 Final Exams Intra lecture questions based on assigned reading MCQ Review sessions TBL GAPP MCQ reviews of path pharm Textbook study Live lectures Self Instruction modules Syllabus MCQ reviews of path pharm K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Application of Knowledge Pharm integration Predict the effects of a specific drug or class of drug on a patient s disease including both therapeutic and adverse effects TBL IRAT GRAT Weekly MCQ exams Final Exam Comprehensive Term 1 and Term 2 Final Exams Intra lecture questions based on assigned reading MCQ Review sessions TBL GAPP MCQ reviews of path pharm Textbook study Live lectures Self Instruction modules Syllabus MCQ reviews of path pharm K1 K2 K3 C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Learning How to Learn Acquire knowledge through reading Katzung and Robbins textbooks guided by faculty s learning objectives TBL IRAT GRAT

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/pathobiology-and-therapeutics (2015-11-11)
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  • Renal (SMD 554) | Curriculum | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    urinary system including the kidneys ureters bladder and urethra MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Practice Questions Notepack Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 Given a case vignette of a patient with a possible disorder in one or another of the following physiologic domains identify its pathogenesis and compare to the normal physiologic state glomerular filtration renal blood flow tubular reabsorption and secretion urine concentration and acid base balance MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam ARS questions Physiology Review Session Clinical Case Sessions Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 C2 P1 Given a case vignette of a patient with a disease or disorder in one of the following domains identify the key pathogenic features and common clinical presentations glomerular diseases diseases affecting tubules the interstitium and blood vessels congenital anomalies cystic diseases and neoplasms MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Clinical Case Sessions Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 C2 P1 Given a case vignette of a patient with disease or disorder in the following areas identify the key pathologic and common clinical features including prognosis ureters bladder and urethra MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Clinical Case Sessions Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 C2 C3 P2 P3 Interpret urinalysis results to make decisions about the pathophysiology diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract disease TBL IRAT GRAT MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Clinical Case Sessions TBL GAPP Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 C2 P1 Given a case vignette of a patient who has been given or needs a diuretic agent describe the actions use and adverse effects of the possible choices MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Clinical Case Sessions Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures C2 P1 Using a clinical research article addressing renal injury critically appraise this evidence addressing harm in terms of its validity clinical importance and applicability to individual patient CDM Exercise Clinical Case Sessions Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures K1 K2 K3 C2 P1 P2 Given an undifferentiated case presentation of a patient with a probable disease of the renal system compose a realistic working diagnostic differential identify further tests or procedures needed to make a diagnosis MCQ Exam Term 2 Exam Clinical Case Sessions Textbook Readings Notepack Live Lectures C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Solve increasing complex clinical problems through discussion with peers and faculty TBL IRAT GRAT Clinical Decision Making Sessions TBL GAPP C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Teach and learn from fellow students through peer to peer interactions TBL IRAT GRAT CDM Exercise TBL GAPP C2 C3 P1 P2 P3 Provide constructive feedback to peers and respond to constructive feedback TBL peer feedback at end of Term 2 Institutional Educational Objectives Category addressed Definition 1 Institutional Objectives What does our institution want our graduates to do 2 Learning Goals If your students mastered the content of your course what would they be able to do 3 Assessment Activities graded 4 Practice Feedback Activities non graded What will students need to do for them and others peers professors to know whether they have achieved this specific learning

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/curriculum/courses/renal (2015-11-11)
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