Science of Medicine
- Longitudinal Science of Medicine Course | 3 credit hours
- Course Contacts
- Longitudinal Science of Medicine Enabling Competencies and Learning Objectives
Longitudinal Science of Medicine Course | 3 credit hours
The Science of Medicine course focuses on the journey of medical advances, exploring the steps of basic research, translational research, clinical research, dissemination, and implementation. The course also reviews the ethics of science, funding, and publication.
General Inquiries: email@example.com
Course Directors: Dr. Subha Sellers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Course Coordinator: Mindy McKinney (Mindy_McKinney@med.unc.edu)
Longitudinal Science of Medicine Enabling Competencies and Learning Objectives
Medical Knowledge Enabling Competencies
MK3. Describe how the altered structure and function (pathology and pathophysiology) of the body and its major organ systems are manifest through major diseases and conditions.
MK4. Identify the proximate and ultimate factors that contribute to the development of disease and illness, and that contribute to health status within and across populations regionally, nationally, and globally.
Interpersonal and Communication Skills Enabling Competencies
IC3. Communicate effectively in written format with colleagues, and other health care professionals.
Professionalism Enabling Competencies
PR2. Demonstrate professional behavior consistent with expectations for the medical profession including punctuality and attire
Life Long Learning Enabling Competencies
LL2. Reflect upon clinical, service and educational experiences, evaluate positive and negative aspects, and make changes to improve future experiences
LL3.Demonstrate personal accountability by actively seeking feedback, admitting errors openly, and honestly modifying behavior.
Social And Health Systems Enabling Competencies
SHS6. Apply principles of translational research, patient safety, or quality improvement to enhance patient care.
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