Apr 25, 2024  
Graduate Catalog 2014-15 
    
Graduate Catalog 2014-15 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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IPE 6800 - Advances and Perspectives in Medicine and Health


The course is designed to expose and involve students in the professional health-related sciences to current topics that influence the practice, quality, and delivery of health care. The course consists of attending a series of seminars per academic year which will be delivered by leading experts in issues related to medicine and health. Topics covered in the series of guest lectures include: ethics, professionalism, communication, health policy, health disparities, delivery of care, biomedical/translational/clinical/community-based research, bioengineering, business and legal aspects of health care, health informatics, and global health. Students are required to complete at least two guided reflection assignments during the course to develop their critical thinking skills and raise awareness to cross-disciplinary aspects and integration of health care teams.

Credits: 1 hour

Notes: May be repeated for credit. Open to Graduate students only.



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