Course Year | MD ID 6650 (2021/2022)

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Year Details

State
PUBLISHED
Course
MD ID 6650 - Applied Community Health and Leadership in Tribal, Rural, and Underserved (TRU) Settings
Description
Physicians in tribal, rural, and underserved (TRU) communities depend on a diverse skillset that goes well beyond clinical care. In resource-limited communities, physicians are often called upon to lead efforts related to community health assessments and improvement, clinical care quality assurance and improvement, public health promotion and education, monitoring and evaluation of health programs, and local non-profit or voluntary organizational missions. Through a mixture of synchronous and asynchronous course work through on-line modules and didactic sessions, and experiential learning opportunities with community health workers (CHWs), students who complete this course will gain skills in community and organizational leadership, cultural humility, developing and improving health interventions and programs and planning a capstone community-oriented health improvement (COHI) project that may be implemented during the MS4 year. This is the third course for MS2 students completing the TRUE Certificate (MDID 6550/6555 are the first 2 courses in the series). However, this course has no prerequisite requirements and can be completed by any medical student who desires to explore community health and leadership in TRU settings.

Students taking this course will have the unique opportunity to develop a longitudinal relationship with a primary care clinical mentor. Students (OPTIONAL Opt-in opportunity for 0.5 credit) will be paired with a primary care physician (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, OB-Gyn, or Pediatrics, depending on interest and mentor availability), allowing for a rich clinical mentor-mentee relationship to develop over the course of the semester. Students will spend a minimum of 4 clinical sessions during the semester, though, depending on time and mentor availability, more sessions can be scheduled.

FALL 2021 DATES & TIMES
Tuesdays, 3:00 - 4:00 PM
9 sessions: 8/3, 8/17, 9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28, 10/12, 11/2, 11/16
Department
Medicine, Interdepartmental
Credit Range
1 - 1.5
Academic Year
2021/2022
Permission Required
No
School Years
MSIMSIIMSIIIMSIV
Course Classifications
ELECTIVE
Coordinator(s)
SPENCER,OLIVIA (DC) | olivia.spencer@hsc.utah.edu
Directors(s)
Sandweiss,David (DD) | david.sandweiss@hsc.utah.edu
Possible Grade(s)
Fail (F)Pass (P)
Prerequisites
None
Add Policy
Course may be added to schedule 30 days before it starts.
Drop Policy
Course may be dropped from schedule 30 days before it starts.
Syllabus
No syllabus.

Available Sections

Title Tags Year Start/End C S W
MD ID 6650 - Applied Community Health: Tribal, Rural, Underserved (TRU) ELECTIVE 2021/2022 08/03/2021 - 11/16/2021 1.5 24 0
MD ID 6650 - Applied Community Health: Tribal, Rural, Underserved (TRU) ELECTIVE 2021/2022 08/03/2021 - 11/16/2021 1 14 0
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