Medical education designed for the way you learn. Engage more deeply with flipped classrooms. Before class, you’ll explore case materials, videos, podcasts, quizzes, and other interactive materials to build a foundation Learn from specific, relevant patient care scenarios.
Our case-based curriculum teaches key concepts in the context of patient stories based on real-life situations. Instead of trying to absorb information in isolation, you’ll immediately see the connections between symptoms, family history, relationships, and community. Moving forward, circling back. The study of medicine and health should be an iterative process, with each new concept building on those that came before. To that end, your studies will take a spiral approach: one where key concepts reappear over time with ever-increasing sophistication and depth. By continually reinforcing, building, and expanding on what you’ve already learned in your integrated sciences class and at your clerkships, you’ll be able to reflect and come back with deeper insights.
for understanding. Then, you’ll spend class time in small groups evaluating patient cases. Faculty will team-teach key coursework and help facilitate your learning. Dive into research with the Scholarly Project. You will undertake a scholarly project— health services research, quality improvement, biomedical science research, etc.—with guidance from our researchers, clinicians, and community partners. The project is also an opportunity to evaluate the attributes of high-quality research, including the design of studies, data adequacy, and analytic approaches. This will help you use evidence more effectively in the future.
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