NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

126 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine—Medical Education Program MED 0670—Instructional Design and Presentation for Health Educators This course is designed to give students the knowledge and skills to create dynamic learning environments. Topics include effective speaking, multidimensional approaches to instruction, purposeful use of technology, and creative presentation design. (3 credit hours) MED 0690—Professional Ethics and Health Law This course will examine the importance of professional ethics in health professions education. Students will be introduced to common ethical dilemmas faced by health care practitioners. Topics, such as patient privacy, advance directives, and informed consent, will be addressed in the context of health care laws. (3 credit hours) MED 0700—Foundations of Mentoring for Health Educators This course will allow students to develop the skills necessary to serve as a mentor and/or adviser to health professions students. It will examine the role of health professionals as educators, while exploring topics such as clinical preceptorship, remediation, facilitating and supporting effective learning, and creating soundmentor-mentee relationships. (3 credit hours) MED 0710—Effective Interpersonal Communication and Collaboration in a Health Professions Environment In this course, students will explore the importance of effective communication, specific to learning and clinical environments, including the roles of gender and culture, concepts of verbal and nonverbal expression, conflict resolution, and active listening. (3 credit hours) Medical Education Program Department Director: K. Valenti | Associate Professors: G. Canfield, A.Perez, A. Rana | Assistant Professors: J. Jordan, S. Pinnock, S. Taylor | Adjunct Instructors: M. Butler-Pearson, C. Lippmann, T. Morrow-Nelson, J. Quinones Nottingham, B. Packer-Muti, D. Riviera

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