PA 511 - Clinical Medicine I

Clinical Medicine I, II and III courses include lectures and lab experiences providing students with in- depth training in the etiology, epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic evaluation - including laboratory, imaging, and procedural studies/tests, differential diagnosis, and the evidence-based treatment and management for diverse patient populations with acute, subacute and chronic conditions throughout the lifespan and organized by body/organ system. As with other courses, this course will be taught with extensive use of a flipped classroom and team based learning design including significant case based learning sessions geared towards problem solving and medical decision-making skills within a collaborative interprofessional patient-centered team-based model.

8 Semester Credit Hours

 

Required Text(s):

  1. Essentials of Musculoskeletal Care (5th ed.; 2015): ISBN-13: 978-1625524157
  2. Nelson’s Essentials of Pediatrics (8th ed.; 2019): ISBN-13: 978-0323511452
  3. The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2019 (49th ed.; 2019) ISBN-13: 978-1944272104
  4. Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests (7th ed.; 2017) ISBN-13: 978-1259640896
  5. Subscription to American Family Physician https://www.aafp.org
  6. Thayler’s The Only EKG Book You’ll Ever Need (9th ed.; 2018) ISBN-13: 978-1496377234

The below required texts are available at no cost via E&H Library’s AccessMedicine ‘database’ 

  1. Color Atlas of Family Medicine (3rd ed.; 2018): ISBN-13: 978-1259862045
  2. Current Emergency Medicine (8th ed.; 2017) ISBN-13: 978-0071840613
  3. Greenspans Basic and Clinical Endocrinology (10th ed.; 2017): ISBN-13: 978-1259589287
  4. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine (20th ed.; 2018)  ISBN-13: 978-1259644030
  5. Introduction to Diagnostic Radiology (1st ed.; 2014): ISBN-978-0-07-180180-5
  6. Williams Gynecology (3rd ed.; 2016) ISBN-13: 978-0071849081
  7. Williams Obstetrics (25th ed.; 2018) ISBN-13: 978-1259644320

Description

Clinical Medicine I, II and III courses include lectures and lab experiences providing students with in- depth training in the etiology, epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic evaluation - including laboratory, imaging, and procedural studies/tests, differential diagnosis, and the evidence-based treatment and management for diverse patient populations with acute, subacute and chronic conditions throughout the lifespan and organized by body/organ system. As with other courses, this course will be taught with extensive use of a flipped classroom and team based learning design including significant case based learning sessions geared towards problem solving and medical decision-making skills within a collaborative interprofessional patient-centered team-based model.

8 Semester Credit Hours

 

Required Text(s):

  1. Essentials of Musculoskeletal Care (5th ed.; 2015): ISBN-13: 978-1625524157
  2. Nelson’s Essentials of Pediatrics (8th ed.; 2019): ISBN-13: 978-0323511452
  3. The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2019 (49th ed.; 2019) ISBN-13: 978-1944272104
  4. Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests (7th ed.; 2017) ISBN-13: 978-1259640896
  5. Subscription to American Family Physician https://www.aafp.org
  6. Thayler’s The Only EKG Book You’ll Ever Need (9th ed.; 2018) ISBN-13: 978-1496377234

The below required texts are available at no cost via E&H Library’s AccessMedicine ‘database’ 

  1. Color Atlas of Family Medicine (3rd ed.; 2018): ISBN-13: 978-1259862045
  2. Current Emergency Medicine (8th ed.; 2017) ISBN-13: 978-0071840613
  3. Greenspans Basic and Clinical Endocrinology (10th ed.; 2017): ISBN-13: 978-1259589287
  4. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine (20th ed.; 2018)  ISBN-13: 978-1259644030
  5. Introduction to Diagnostic Radiology (1st ed.; 2014): ISBN-978-0-07-180180-5
  6. Williams Gynecology (3rd ed.; 2016) ISBN-13: 978-0071849081
  7. Williams Obstetrics (25th ed.; 2018) ISBN-13: 978-1259644320