The purpose of this course is to provide the RPAP student with the requirements that must be met by the end of their RPAP experience for successful completion of the Surgical Clerkship Rotation.
Comprehensive coverage at the introductory level of surgery (in the Kellogg curriculum). The reduction in credit from the standard clerkshp to accommodate the Kellogg schedule.
The purpose of the trauma rotation is to allow the MSIV student to enhance his/her knowledge base and develop the pharmacotherapeutic skills required for the provision of care to critically ill trauma patients and burn patients. The student will become familiar with pharmacotherapy for critically ill and injured patients, review key guidelines and landmark trials and become familiar in how to assume patient care responsibility.
Pre-req: SUR 710.
The surgical sub-internship is a focused month designed to have students directly participate in the care of surgical patients; that is, initial evaluation, formulation of differential diagnoses, establishment of treatment plans and eventual daily care of the patient. Sudents will actively participate on rounds, daily care tasks, procedures and conferences.
Course designed to allow student to gain experience with monitoring and evaluation critically ill surgical patients.
Acquaints students with issues of rural community health and wellness. Provides students with knowledge, attitudes and skills to participate in a changing health care environment.