Curriculum

Upstream Medicine

SMD 8500 (Orientation); SMD 8520 (Field Experience)

Module Director: Sabrina Neeley, Ph.D., Director, Population Health Curriculum

Module Description: Upstream Medicine introduces students to the population-level social determinates of health, health disparities, health economics and insurance, prevention and health promotion, and the value of community resources for health improvement.  Students will also learn how to interview patients to determine social determinants needs that may impact patient health, as well as a motivational interviewing framework that allows for working through patient obstacles to better health.  Students will engage in a field experience, working in small groups in a local clinic, connecting patients to community resources.

Alignment of WrightCurriculum Educational Objectives & Milestones to the Module Learning Goals

Boonshoft SOM Educational Objectives and Milestones

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What objectives / milestones will this module address? 

Foundational Knowledge – Medical Knowledge:  Describe the determinants of health

1.2a

Identify and describe the individual and population-level biopsychosocial determinants of health and how these determinants influence population health status

1.2b

Recognize population-level health disparities that may impact access to healthcare, care of patients, and patient outcomes

Application – Patient Care (Clinical Skills): Conduct patient interviews [and physical examinations]

2.1a

 Conduct an organized, comprehensive history and physical under supervision and recognize normal findings

2.1b

Conduct a focused history and physical for select common presenting problems under supervision

Application – Patient Care (Clinical Skills): Propose evidence-based health maintenance and therapeutic options

2.3b

Explain the three levels of prevention and the role of health promotion in increasing the health status of patients and populations (Foundations)

Integration – Systems-Based Practice: Connect knowledge of patient populations and health delivery processes in making diagnoses and therapeutic recommendations

3.1a

Identify and differentiate the roles of clinical healthcare delivery and public health within a population health framework (Foundations)

3.1b

Identify and explain population health goals (Foundations)

3.1c

Describe the value of community resources available for the care of patients (Foundations)

Identify available community resources to improve the health of individuals and populations (Doctoring)

Integration – Systems-Based Practice: Advocate for the humane, just, safe and prudent care of persons

3.2b

Identify contextual factors that may affect the health status of an individual patient or population (Foundations)

Integration – Systems-Based Practice: Adapt to the complex economic and social structure of health care delivery

3.3a

Describe the legal and economic structure of the U.S. healthcare system (Foundations)

Human Dimension – Personal and Interpersonal Development: Deliver effective patient presentations and document accurately in the medical record

4.4a

Present patient history and physical findings in an organized format (Foundations)

4.4b

Document patient history and physical findings in an organized format (Foundations)

Human Dimension – Personal and Interpersonal Development: Communicate and work effectively with others

4.5c

Communicate clearly and empathetically in both written and verbal venues (Foundations)

Human Dimension – Personal and Interpersonal Development: Demonstrate leadership skills in a variety of settings

4.6a

Identify characteristics of, and contribute to the development of, a high functioning team (Foundations)

Caring/Valuing – Professionalism: Value and behave in a manner consistent with the highest ethical standards of the profession

5.3a

Demonstrate the highest standards of individual and team-based ethical behavior that is patient-centered, culturally sensitive, and socially just (Doctoring)

5.3c

Demonstrate respect for the human condition (Foundations)


Module-Level Objectives

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What are the module-level objectives for this module? 

Boonshoft SOM Objectives

LO1

Identify and describe the individual and population-level biopsychosocial determinants of health and how these determinants influence population health status

1.2a

LO2

Recognize population-level health disparities that may impact access to healthcare, care of patients, and patient outcomes

1.2b

LO3

Conduct patient interviews [and physical examinations]

2.1

LO4

Explain the three levels of prevention and the role of health promotion in increasing the health status of patients and populations

2.3b

LO5

Identify and differentiate the roles of clinical healthcare delivery and public health within a population health framework

3.1a

LO6

Identify and explain population health goals

3.1b

LO7

Describe the value of community resources available for the care of patients

Identify available community resources to improve the health of individuals and populations

3.1c (Fdn)

3.1c (Doc)

LO8

Identify contextual factors that affect the health status of an individual patient or population

3.2b

LO9

Describe the legal and economic structure of the U.S. healthcare system

3.3a

LO10

Present patient history [and physical findings] in an organized format

4.4a

LO11

Document patient history [and physical findings] in an organized format

4.4b

LO12

Communicate clearly and empathetically in both written and verbal venues

4.5c

LO13

Identify characteristics of, and contribute to, the development of a high functioning team

4.6a

LO14

Demonstrate respect for the human condition

5.3c

LO15

Demonstrate the highest standards of individual and team-based ethical behavior that is patient-centered, culturally sensitive, and socially just

5.3a (Doc)

To review all Boonshoft SOM Educational Objectives and Milestones please visit the Educational Objectives page.
 
Last edited on 06/15/2017.