MED 5124 - PATIENT, PHYSICIAN AND SOCIETY 1
Minimum Credits: 0
Maximum Credits: 0
This section consists of two courses: 1) introduction to being a physician has case problems on public health and medicine, breast cancer and HIV/AIDS with patient interviews, group exercises, lectures, independent study and self-directed learning; 2) ethics, law and professionalism addresses the basic concepts and methods for analysis of ethical and legal issues in the physician-patient relationship. The course’s sessions are structured as seminars with both didactic and interactive components. Videotapes, email case discussions, and debate will complement the lectures.
Academic Career: Medical School
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: S/U Basis
Course Attributes: School of Medicine Year 1
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