Elective Title: 45ZI701 — ADVANCED MEDICAL PROBLEM SOLVING
Students will select a disease entity, find a real case, find and record test results, duplicate imaging studies, study relevant literature, write a case in standard PBL style, including resources, tutor guide, guiding questions and vocabulary. Goal: To provide students with an opportunity to use multidisciplinary problem solving skills to write a Problem-based Learning Case for possible future use in teaching medical students.
Primary Contact for Add/Drops: Patrick Bankston (email@example.com)
Director: Patrick Bankston, Ph.D.
Location: Northwest Center for Medical Education (Gary)
- 1) Choose a disease entity and design a problem based learning case for future educational use in the format used at the Northwest Campus (a sample case to use for a template will be provided (PBLI1)
- 2) Demonstrate ability to use resources by researching the disease entity for the most up to date information and provide properly documented references for the case (PBLI1)
- 3) Demonstrate problem solving skills by composing a case study in the proper sequence, including H and P writeup, appropriate laboratory tests and imaging, and demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the disease by writing a summary of the case (tutor guide), vocabulary list, guiding questions for students appropriate for a non-expert facilitator (PBLI1)
- Professional Development Evaluation Form
Prerequisites: 4th year status
Availability with Max Students per Month:
Duty Hours: 40
Time Distribution: 100% Library/Research
Elective Type Category: PD - Professional Development
Notes and Enrollment Information:
THIS ELECTIVE DOES NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE INITIAL SENIOR MATCH All Northwest electives must go thru the Northwest campus coordinators. Contact Amy Han, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org or 219-980-6561) or Brittany Miller (email@example.com or 219-980-6525).
Third Year Elective? No
Interprofessional Skills and Service Learning
Interprofessional Collaborative Skills: None
Service Learning Included: None