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Basic Medical Science Course Directors in Integrated Medical Curricula

October 4, 2012 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Faculty development webinar presented by Des Moines University and the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE)

In this session we will discuss the creation of an integrated systems block curriculum from the perspective a basic medical scientist. During the first two years of the Phoenix track of the ArizonaMed curriculum, the curriculum is designed in blocks that integrate the traditional basic science disciplines (physiology, anatomy, pathology, etc.) into organ systems and disease units. Clinical content and skills are progressively integrated with basic science subjects. Woven through the blocks are curricular themes covering such topics as behavioral science, ethics and humanism, bioinformatics, population and public health.

The following questions will be discussed:

  1. What are the challenges for a basic scientist in designing integrated courses?
  2. What resources are most helpful?
  3. How do you orient a clinician to teaching in the preclinical years?
  4. How do you choose your subject matter and prioritize what really needs to be taught?

At the end of this session, participants will leave with a bevy of tips to get them started in designing or refining their own curriculum.

Presenter

Cynthia Standley, Ph.D.

Professor in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix (UACOM-Phoenix)

Questions

For questions regarding IAMSE or to view past webinars, please visit www.iamse.org.

Details

Date:
October 4, 2012
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Des Moines University, Student Education Center (SEC) 115
3200 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50312 United States
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Phone:
515-271-1400

Organizer

Continuing Medical Education
Phone:
515-271-1596
Email:
Website:
http://www.dmu.edu/cme