NSU HPD Catalog 2020-2021

Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine—Medical Education Program 113 CurriculumOutline Required Courses Credit Hours MED 0600 Teaching Medical and Other Health Professions Students in a Diverse Learning Environment 3 MED 0620 Technology Resources for Health Professions Education 3 MED 0630 Effective Instruction Strategies in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0640 Assessment and Measurement in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0650 Research in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0660 T ransformative Leadership and Organizational Change in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0670 Instructional Design and Presentation for Health Educators 3 MED 0690 Professional Ethics and Health Law 3 MED 0700 Foundations of Mentoring for Health Educators 3 MED 0710 E ffective Interpersonal Communication and Collaboration in a Health Professions Environment 3 Total Credits 30 Graduation Requirements To be eligible for the Master of Science in Medical Education degree, students must fulfill the following requirements: • satisfactorily complete, with a grade point average of B (3.0) or higher, within six years of matriculation, the course of study required for the M.S. (minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework) • satisfactori ly meet al l university f inancial and library obligations. Curriculum Requirements To develop a comprehensive Master of Science in Medical Education Program at NSU-KPCOM, a curriculum has been developed that includes teaching and learning, technology, curriculum development, assessment and measurement, research, and leadership. The didactic courses will be offered online using NSU’s state-of-the-art, web-based distance learning technology, as well as on-site resources. MED 0600—Teaching Medical and Other Health Professions Students in a Diverse Learning Environment This course will assist the participants in adapting instruction in their medical area of expertise to the ways in which their individual students learn best. Research in the field of education suggests that students’ academic performance improves when instructors match their instructional strategies to students’ learning styles. The practicum will include guidelines for identifying students’ learning preferences and identifying instructional strategies and environments to address these preferences. (3 credit hours) MED 0620—Technology Resources for Health Professions Education This course will help the student become familiar with current and emerging technologies used to deliver or facilitate instruction. Participants will learn about the various computer technologies used in the classroom as well as other environments where health professions students learn. They will also become familiar with various online resources appropriate to the health professions education process. Experiences in emerging technologies—such as robotic Course Descriptions

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