NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

54 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine—Osteopathic Medicine Program COM 6426—Medical Procedures IV This course serves to integrate the clinical skills relevant to the medical conditions learned within the systems courses. In this course, students participate in small-group, hands-on clinical procedures experiences that may include guided medical simulation scenarios. Faculty members, who demonstrate and guide the students, facilitate the small groups. The procedures focus on the real-life activities of practicing physicians. (1.0 credit hour) COM 6427—Medical Procedures V This course serves to integrate the clinical skills relevant to the medical conditions learned within the systems courses. In this course, students participate in small-group, hands-on clinical procedures experiences that may include guided medical simulation scenarios. Faculty members, who demonstrate and guide the students, facilitate the small groups. The procedures focus on the real-life activities of practicing physicians. (1.0 credit hour) COM 6428—Medical Procedures VI This course serves to integrate the clinical skills relevant to the medical conditions learned within the systems courses. In this course, students participate in small-group, hands-on clinical procedures experiences that may include guided medical simulation scenarios. Faculty members, who demonstrate and guide the students, facilitate the small groups. The procedures focus on the real-life activities of practicing physicians. (1.0 credit hour) COM 6429—Medical Procedures VII This course serves to integrate the clinical skills relevant to the medical conditions learned within the systems courses. In this course, students participate in small-group, hands-on clinical procedures experiences that may include guided medical simulation scenarios. Faculty members, who demonstrate and guide the students, facilitate the small groups. The procedures focus on the real-life activities of practicing physicians. (1.0 credit hour) COM 6870—Interdisciplinary Education and Professionalism II This course encompasses curricular concepts that run through the clinical science courses to include areas such as public health, health informatics, ethics and professionalism (leadership), humanism, humanities, research, genomics, and integrative medicine. In addition to these concepts, students will be exposed to various disciplines in the health field and how they are interrelated. Students will also be required to participate in a variety of professional activities. (1.5 credit hours) COM 6871—Interdisciplinary Education and Professionalism III This course encompasses curricular concepts that run through the clinical science courses to include areas such as public health, health informatics, ethics and professionalism (leadership), humanism, humanities, research, genomics, and integrative medicine. In addition to these concepts, students will be exposed to various disciplines in the health field and how they are interrelated. Students will also be required to participate in a variety of professional activities. (1.5 credit hours) COM 6990—Preclinical Academic Review This course provides students with an in-depth review of medical science content, clinical case study, practice exam questions, and a mock board examination. This online, independent-study course provides resources to the students and allows them to work at their own pace to prepare for the COMLEX Level 1 licensing examination. The course provides several opportunities to assess knowledge and track the student’s progression toward licensing exam preparation. (3.0 credit hours) Preclinical Course Descriptions— Class of 2022 COM 5000—Student Wellness This course provides activities that focus on different areas that are critical to student wellness including mindfulness, academic wellness, physical wellness, personal wellness, relational wellness, and nutritional wellness. It also provides students with contact information for various resources that are available to help achieve and maintain wellness. (1.0 credit hour) COM 5010—Gross Anatomy This course will introduce the students to the study of the structural and functional features of the human trunk, extremities, head, and neck. The course includes the dissection of cadavers by teams of students. (6.5 credit hours) COM 5011—Medical Neuroanatomy This course will introduce students to structural, functional, and developmental features of the human nervous systemwith an emphasis on clinical concepts. This course is an introduction to neurology. (3.0 credit hours) COM 5020—Medical Histology Histology is the study of the microscopic anatomy of the cell, tissues, and organs of the body. In this course, the normal microscopic anatomy of the parts of the body is presented and each part is correlated with its function. Histology is a course that serves as a bridge between the disciplines of physiology, gross anatomy, and pathology. Basic physiological concepts

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