NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

60 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine—Osteopathic Medicine Program COM 6300—Foundations and Applications of Clinical Reasoning III This course will integrate basic and clinical sciences in a casebased approach. Faculty members from multiple disciplines will guide students in developing the skills necessary to effectively diagnose and manage patients. This course also includes a two-hour mandatory academic reviewmost weeks. (3.5 credit hours) COM 6301—Foundations and Applications of Clinical Reasoning IV This course will integrate basic and clinical sciences in a casebased approach. Faculty members frommultiple disciplines will guide students in developing the skills necessary to effectively diagnose and manage patients. This course also includes a weekly, two-hour session of academic review. (3.0 credit hours) COM 6990—Preclinical Academic Review The study of the medical sciences contains a broad scope of knowledge in both science disciplines and organ systems of the body. Additionally, students must be able to analyze and apply knowledge to diagnose presentations and conditions of patients, as well as to synthesize and evaluate data to develop treatment andmanagement plans for patients presenting with varying conditions. It is essential to master this knowledge as the medical licensing examinations are required to graduate from the Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine. 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. It provides several opportunities to assess knowledge and track the student’s progression toward preparation. (3.0 credit hours) Clinical Course Descriptions—Required and Selective Courses/Rotations COM 7005—Come Home Day I All NSU-KPCOM third-year medical students will be required to return to NSU’s HPD Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus once in the summer or fall semester (as scheduled) to participate in experiential learning sessions. Scheduled interactive sessions during the M3 come home course will include, but are not limited to, Patient Care Experience in OMM, Standardized Patient Physical Exam Assessment with Formative Feedback, and Hands-on OPP Seminar. Students are excused from clinical rotation responsibilities on their scheduled come home dates. (1.0 credit hour) COM 7006—Come Home Day II All NSU-KPCOM third-year medical students will be required to return to NSU’s HPD Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus once in the winter semester (as scheduled) to participate in experiential learning sessions. Scheduled interactive sessions during the M3 come home course will include, but are not limited to, Patient Care Experience in OMM, Simulated Patient Physical Exam Assessment with Formative Feedback, and Hands-on OPP Seminar. Students are excused from clinical rotation responsibilities on their scheduled come home dates. (1.0 credit hour) COM 7091—Family Medicine I Rotation (M3 Core) Family medicine is a primary care medical specialty that provides continual and comprehensive health care for the individual and the family. It integrates the biological, clinical, and behavioral sciences with a broad understanding of all health care disciplines. The scope of family medicine encompasses all ages, sexes, and organ systems. It deals with every disease entity and includes an understanding and application of the principles of osteopathic medicine. It places in the forefront of medical care the advancement of wellness and the prevention of disease and promotes advocacy for the benefit of its patients. Family physicians possess unique attitudes, skills, and knowledge that qualify them to provide continual and comprehensive medical care within the context of social, economic, cultural, psychological, and environmental factors. The family practitioner may be involved in all aspects of medical care both in and out of the hospital setting. The family practitioner must know and use community resources to benefit the patient and the family. Most often, family medicine is practiced within the ambulatory setting, which includes outpatient clinics and private physician offices. (8.0 credit hours) COM 7092—Family Medicine II Rotation (M3 Core) Family medicine is a primary care medical specialty that provides continual and comprehensive health care for the individual and the family. It integrates the biological, clinical, and behavioral sciences with a broad understanding of all health care disciplines. The scope of family medicine encompasses all ages, sexes, and organ systems. It deals with every disease entity and includes an understanding and application of the principles of osteopathic medicine. It places in the forefront of medical care the advancement of wellness and the prevention of disease and promotes advocacy for the benefit of its patients. Family physicians possess unique attitudes, skills, and knowledge that qualify them to provide continual and comprehensive medical care within the context of social, economic, cultural, psychological, and environmental factors. The family practitioner may be involved in all aspects of medical care both in and out of the hospital setting. The family practitioner must know and use community resources to benefit the patient and the family. Most often, family

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