May 16, 2016-May 27, 2016
12 half days
Jody Glance, MD
Department of Psychiatry
This course follows the neuroscience course with study of functional manifestation of diseases or altered activity of the brain.
The goals of the course are:
The 60 faculty are from 6 departments: Epidemiology, Medicine, Neurobiology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Surgery.
|Lectures||Self-study exercises||Videotaped patient interviews|
|Clinical case conferences||Patient write-ups||Live patient interviews|
Epidemiology; Human development/life cycle; Medical ethics; Medical genetics; Medical jurisprudence; Mental health and mental disorders; Substance abuse; Violence /abuse; Women’s health.
Evaluation for this course is determined as follows:
Grading: This course is one component of the Organ System Pathophysiology Block, Section 1. Students must pass the course to pass the block. The block section is graded Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory.
Course Director Jason Rosenstock, MD, is a recipient of the Kenneth E. Schuit Master Educator Award, the Sheldon Adler Award for Innovation in Medical Education, and the Excellence in Education Award for Course Director. In addition, Dr. Rosenstock and Michael Travis, MD, are members of the UPSOM Academy of Master Educators.