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PHA 233 - Correlative Medicine II


Semester Hours: 1
Summer
This case-based course is the second part within its series. In Correlative Medicine I, students are taught how to synthesize material from a series of interactive clinical cases throughout the semester. In Correlative Medicine II, students are challenged to develop the higher cognitive levels of analysis,synthesis and evaluation through interactive clinical cases that increase in complexity. Each student group will be given a clinical case, be required to research information relevant to the case between sessions and be prepared to discuss/explain the diagnostics, assessment and management plan associated with each case the following student session. Faculty will continue to be a facilitator for guidance. This approach will enhance the student’s ability to critically think, make clinical decisions and solve health related problems more independently. Additional emphasis will be placed on evidenced based medicine and its role in the creation of an assessment and management plan.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Open only to students enrolled in the professional phase of the Physician Assistant Studies Program. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.


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