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2020-2021 Graduate Studies Bulletin 
    
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PHA 232 - Correlative Medicine I


Semester Hours: 1


Spring

This course is the first part in a two-part series. Each of these case-base course has been thoroughly integrated into their respective semesters to encompass all aspects of the didactic curriculum. In Correlative Medicine I, student’s will be taught how to synthesize material from a series of interactive clinical cases throughout the semester. This integrated approach will help students to start learning critical-thinking and decision-making skills by solving clinical problems related to various medical conditions. This process teaches the student how to apply their didactic knowledge clinically.

Emphasis will be placed on correlations of historical information, physical findings and pertinent diagnostics results to formulate an assessment and management plan. This course utilizes problem-based learning, a technique in which faculty acts as facilitators rather than instructors.


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