Curriculum

Beginning to End

SMD 8220/8225

Co-Module Directors: Ken Miller, M.D., Pathology and Internal Medicine; Amanda Bell, M.D., Family Medicine

Module Description: The Beginning to End module will focus on the endocrine, gastrointestinal, and reproductive systems under normal and abnormal conditions. The module also advances the concepts of genetics, nutrition, hematology, and human development. Throughout the module, the learner will solve increasingly complex clinical case problems that exemplify core pathophysiologic concepts and make evidence-based decisions about diagnosis and treatment. Presentation and diagnosis of diseases involving all ages will be investigated.

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

Boonshoft SOM Educational Objectives and Milestones

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What competencies / milestones will this unit address? 

Foundational Knowledge – Medical Knowledge: Master fundamental biomedical concepts, terms, processes, and system interactions

1.1a

Describe normal structure and function of the human body at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ level and all major organ systems, outlining how anatomy, biochemistry, cell biology and physiology work together

1.1b

Identify the major diseases and conditions and the ways in which they operate in the body

1.1c

Use scientific principles underlying diagnostic methodologies

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 populations health status

Foundational Knowledge – Medical Knowledge: Utilize evidence in making clinical decisions

1.3a

Obtain, analyze, and synthesize information from the medical literature

1.3c

Define the fundamental statistical tools used in medicine

Application – Patient Care: Diagnose patient health problems

2.2

Generate a differential diagnosis by applying knowledge of the basic sciences and pathophysiology

2.2 Define and explain ancillary diagnostics

Application – Patient Care: Propose evidence-based health maintenance and therapeutic options

2.3

Propose a treatment plan for common disease processes

2.3

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

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

3.1b

Identify and explain population health goals (Foundations)

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)

Human Dimension – Personal and Interpersonal Professional Development Goals: Reflection upon one’s personal strengths and weaknesses to make changes in one’s behavior

4.1a

Integrate formative feedback from patients, peers, and faculty in order to modify behaviors (Foundations)

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

4.5a

 Identify roles within teams, and provide/receive effective feedback

4.5b

Effectively assimilate in various teams, including interprofessional teams

4.5c

Communicate clearly and empathetically in both written and verbal venues

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

4.6a

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

Module-Level Objectives

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What are the module-level objectives for this course? 

Boonshoft SOM Objectives

LO1

Describe the principles of digestive, reproductive, hematologic, and endocrine physiology and the mechanisms by which their function is maintained in health.

1.1a, 2.2a

LO2

Recognize the normal histology and anatomy of the digestive, reproductive, and endocrine systems, and correlate with embryologic development.

1.1a

LO3

Discuss the epidemiology, etiology, pathophysiology, histopathology, and clinical manifestations of diseases of the gastrointestinal, endocrine, reproductive, and hematologic systems.

1.1b, 2.2a

LO4

Explain the role of diagnostic modalities in the evaluation of disease related to the gastrointestinal, endocrine, reproductive, and hematologic systems.

1.1c, 2.2a, 2.2b

LO5

Justify appropriate pharmacologic and non-pharmacological interventions to treat and prevent disorders of the gastrointestinal, endocrine, reproductive, and hematologic systems.

2.3a, 2.3b, 3.1b, 3.2b

LO6

Explain how clinical manifestations of nutritional disorders result from alterations in nutrient acquisition or physiology.

1.1a, 1.1b, 2.2a

LO7

Acquire in-depth knowledge of the principles of human genetics and their application to a wide variety of clinical problems.

1.1b, 1.2a, 2.2a, 2.2b

LO8

Demonstrate professional behavior during interactions with patients and their families, peers, and instructors in a variety of settings.

4.5a, 4.5b, 4.5c, 5.3a

LO9

Use critical judgment and problem-solving skills to integrate the principles of evidence based medicine with biomedical and clinical sciences.

1.3a, 1.3b, 6.2a

LO10

Use effective communication and leadership skills when working with others.

4.5a, 4.5b, 4.5c, 4.6a, 4.6c

LO11

Perform self-assessment to identify gaps in knowledge and address deficiencies.

4.1a, 6.3a

To review all Boonshoft SOM Educational Milestones please visit the Educational Milestones page.
 

 

Last edited on 08/16/2018.