INTMD 7993 (2023/2024)

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INTMD 7993 - Imagining Medicine
We will explore how ethics and humanities intersect with health and medicine and how creative and scholarly work outside of medicine can greatly influence clinical practice . The concepts of ethics and humanities both will be broadly construed to include law, social sciences, fine and performing arts, and other disciplines. Students with a general interest in learning more about how creative and scholarly work outside of medicine can greatly influence clinical practice are encouraged to enroll. We will be piloting a longitudinal, asynchronous schedule and "selective" approach. This means that enrolled students will select 10 learning activities-readings, lectures, performances, etc.-from a curated list provided by the instructors. Each learning activity will be followed by a brief reflection that requires interaction with another participant. For example, students may be asked to interview another audience member at a public lecture about their response to the content.
Internal Medicine
Credit Range
2 - 2
Academic Year
Permission Required
School Years
Course Classifications
Case,Gretchen (DD) |
Possible Grade(s)
Fail (F)Incomplete (I)Pass (P)
This course is best suited for fourth-year medical students heading into residency, but would be open, as space allows, to other students who have completed at least 3 clerkship rotations.
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Course may be added to schedule by the start date.

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Course may be dropped from schedule 15 days after the course has started.

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