It is important for the student to be aware that the Institute for Latin American Concerns (ILAC) is a unique, faith based program affiliated with Creighton University in the Dominican Republic. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Sub-Internship (PRC). The student will be assigned to the outpatient hematology/oncology clinic at Phoenix Children's Hospital. The student will act as a sub-intern, integrated into a team consisting of the pediatric neurology faulty member, pediatric neurology resident (fellow), and usually an adult neurology resident. The course will be four weeks long, subdivided into week-long “rotations”, which will include Labor and Delivery days, Night Float, Ultrasound, and High-Risk Clinic. MED 498. 1 credit. The patient population provides a wide range of experience in diabetes, thyroid problems, hyperlipidemia, bone metabolism, osteoporosis and general endocrinology. It is anticipated the student will acquire adequate skill in the performance of a complete ENT examination and become familiar with the diagnosis and management of the major ENT disorders. This is a busy service with a wide variety of diagnoses. This elective will expose the medical student to the fields of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology including Surgical Pathology, Cytopathology, Hematopathology and Clinical Chemistry, Molecular Pathology, Autopsy Pathology, Microbiology and other areas of Laboratory Medicine. 1-8 credits. SUR 431. In particular, the student will learn to compare and contrast the different radiation delivery modalities available for various malignancies, understand the nuances in radiation dosing, and anticipate and screen for common side effects based on treatment site. PTG 450. In addition, the student is taught proper technique in aspiration and analysis of synovial fluid. SIS 504B. Nine credit hours are the maximal applicable toward the degree. MED 412. The Physician Lifestyle Management is a year-long course combines a number of mandatory events, lectures and experiences into a course that is focused on the professional development of medical students. Component III is organized into seven clerkships and three selectives within six 8-week rotation periods. We now recognize that just as patients differ in how they are affected by their diseases, cancers have unique natural histories with distinctive biology. A clinical skill is a discrete and observable act of medical care. The student will participate in the department teaching activities including attending rounds, grand rounds, afternoon lectures and daily noon teaching conferences. PBS 467A. Management consultations are provided for the surgical ICU, approximately 10-15 number patients are seen with an age range from 40-80. 2 credits. Time will be divided between clinical experience and operative experience. Data interpretation along with presentation in various formats i.e., abstracts, posters and articles will be done. OBG 464. This elective will provide the medical student with an introduction to the discipline of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR). 2-4 credits. Detection and Management of High Risk Pregnancy Sub-Internship. 130 Second Street. Based on the student's interest, emphasis can be provided in a community setting with hospice teams or in an acute care setting on the palliative inpatient consult service at Creighton University Medical Center Bergan Mercy. RAD 334. General and Transplant Nephrology (PRC). Preclerkship students must complete 1.0 credit hours of GOLD Selectives before advancement to Component III. Cardiothoracic Surgery Sub-Internship (OMA). 1-8 credits. Incorporation of family-centered patient care in the medical education of health care professionals is imperative in order to fully care for and understand the complex nature of the patients we serve. They will also participate in outpatient clinic visits, evaluate and treat pulmonary patients in the afternoon. case reports) will be available. Each GOLD Selective ranges from 0.5 to 1.0 credit hour. This rotation will expose the student to common surgical diseases and congenital deformities in infants and children. The goal of the course is to develop an understanding of antigen recognition, development of B and T cells, constitutive host defenses, immunopathology, inflammation, transplantation, allergy, and tumor immunology. MED 456. This rotation in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck surgery, offers an exposure to the medical and surgical evaluation and management of associated problems of this specialty. SP. This includes the use of appropriate diagnostic tests and procedures encountered in the primary gynecologic care in the ambulatory health care setting and performing inpatient surgeries from that practice. The opportunities for special study and clinical research (i.e. The Creighton University faculty directory includes faculty members from each of the University’s nine schools and colleges. 2 credits. MED 409. The first rotation begins early in July and is preceded by M3 Orientation. 2-4 credits. Students will learn how to successfully manage an airway. The student will be given the opportunity to improve their differential diagnosis insight and skills and to work with inpatient and outpatient healthcare, involving primary care providers and other services. USMLE Enrichment Course. The student will become skilled in taking substance use histories; will be able to identify on physical exam the medical consequences of substance abuse; will become familiar with the classes of drugs of abuse and the consequences of their uses; will become conversant in DSM-5 criteria for diagnosis of substance abuse and dependence; and will become knowledgeable of detoxification methods used to treat physical withdrawal. The senior students will be assigned patients and will be responsible for the assessment and management of that patient during the patient’s stay in the hospital. Each student will also spend one week of mornings in the Normal Newborn Nursery at Bergan Mercy Medical Center. 4 credits. Restorative Recreation. Applicants will be evaluated on the following criteria: The Medical Dean’s Diversity Scholarship is renewable based on the student’s successful promotion toward graduation, and adherence to the Creighton University School of Medicine’s academic and professional conduct standards. BMS 622. Students will spend time at Phoenix Children's Hospital, Children's Rehabilitation Services (CRS), and local outside clinics. The patient population provides a wide range of experience in care of traumatic injuries, multiple medical illnesses, care of the patient with obstetric and gynecologic complaints, and management of the pediatric patient. Lead discovery in … Pediatric Summer Academy. Students in the program complete the MBA curriculum as full-time students between the M2 and M3 years of medical school. Students are assigned specific work schedules that involve both day and night exposure. This course explores the nature of children's communication. Selected Topics in Immunology is an elective for those wishing to study in-depth a variety of selected topics in immunology. Students also travel abroad the summer after the M1 year to underserved countries and utilize preliminary medical skills, to experience the Creighton ideals of magis, cura personalis and men and women for others. Students will assist in prosecting donors for each laboratory session and actively teaching the M1s and M2s during the lab. 4 credits. 0.5 credits. OBG 301. Students will participate in the care of patients presenting to the Pediatric Emergency Department at Children’s Hospital. The student will demonstrate competence in the critical care of sick and high-risk newborns. Students will also complete assigned readings from emergency medicine references, attend weekly conferences, and have a final exam. 4-5 credits. Students will work with a family physician in their clinics. Descriptions for each required clerkship can be reviewed in Section 7 Medical Curriculum - Component III of the MD Student Handbook. Patients seen in the Children's Hospital Emergency Department range in age from newborn to 21 years. Step 2 Clinical Knowledge Exam Guided Review (OMA). IDC 211. MED 417. Special Topics in Healthcare Ethics and Health Policy. RAD 447. 4 credits. 4 credits. Students may enroll in any one of all three courses. Students will be familiarized with major presentations and evaluations of gastrointestinal, hepatic and nutritional disease. The purpose of this elective is to expose the student to a different culture and appreciate the differences in the delivery of Women’s Health within a third world country and compared to Omaha, NE. Additionally, it introduces the diagnosis and treatment of medical problems of the renal and urinary system including fluid and electrolyte disorders, glomerular and non-glomerular kidney disorders, acid-base disorders, chronic renal failure, renal and urinary tract neoplasm, voiding disorders, and renal stone disease. This Clinically Integrated Block is centered on the topics related to Immunology, and the Blood and Lymphoreticular System. Basic Human Anatomy. The student will learn about the basic principles of palliative and supportive care in patients with serious or life limiting illness. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (OMA). This interaction includes examination of history and physical taking techniques, understanding of the laboratory evaluations of patients with rheumatic diseases, interpretation of x-rays and formulations of therapeutic plans. Students will explore the connection between health, social conditions, and the works of Charles Dickens. With supervision, the medical student will practice and become familiar with bag and mask ventilation, CPAP application, endotracheal intubation, assisted ventilation, venipuncture, arterial puncture, umbilical arterial and venous catheterization. PDT 472. Students will participate in the care and evaluation of pediatric patients with known or suspected congenital heart disease. This elective is appropriate for students considering a career in pediatrics or neurology. The student will be involved with patients through surgical care including diagnosing and determining the need for surgical intervention, participating in the surgical suite with exposure to pathology and anatomic didactic, and following up on patients in the hospital and clinical setting. This rotation will introduce to the student the spectrum of modern plastic surgery. Stories and writings are how we interact with the world. BMS 797. This is entirely an intensive care unit experience. 1-5 credits. Introduction to Clinical Skills A. The course will include shadowing physicians, attending lectures, and learning on patient simulators. Students will become familiar with the specialty of anesthesiology through daily, hands-on preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative anesthetic management of patients of all ages. Pediatrics GI and Nutrition - Valleywise (PRC). Horizontal Integrated Disciplines do not appear on a student’s transcript; however, a student’s performance in each discipline is reported to the student at the end of each semester to identify areas of weakness and guide further study. This selective exposes the senior medical student to a high volume, full spectrum clinical neurosurgery service. Inpatient Cardiology. The student will them prepare a written work with the guidance of the course director at the conclusion of their study. Mindfulness, Meditation, and Yoga. ; six for the Ph.D. This course introduces students to concepts of observation. Students will have the opportunity to observe and directly impact the lives of many rural Cambodians, as well as learn about the multiple non-medical issues that impact health in the developing world. This course explores the role of communication in our understanding, perceptions, and treatment of women's health concerns and bodies. 4 credits. Special Topics in Psychiatry. Students taking this rotation will learn about palliative and supportive care for cancer patients, end of life care, and be given instruction in patient physician communication. They will also participate in other public health related activities occurring in the clinic that can be used to aid in the healthcare delivered by the clinic or the safety net system as a whole. IDC 485. Foundational Science. FAP 464. Students will learn how to diagnose and treat rheumatologic diseases including inflammatory autoimmune diseases (RA, SLE, scleroderma, myositis, vasculitis), degenerative conditions (OA, osteonecrosis), crystal disease/arthritis (gout, hyperuricemia, pseudogout, calcium pyrophosphate), soft tissue rheumatism, seronegative, spondyloarthropathies, (AS Reiters, psoriatic arthritis), and metabolic bone disease (osteoporosis, osteomalacia, Paget’s). If requested, a mentor will be assigned. This Clinically Integrated Block is centered on topics related to the Cardiovascular System. SUR 481. OBG 470. Patient Safety and Quality Improvement. This course is designed as an experience to provide a forum to cover topics critical to the clinical practice of the art of Medicine. The student will spend one week in each of these areas. The student will attend 16 eight hour shifts per elective block. The elective in pediatric anatomic and clinical pathology offers the senior medical student in-depth exposure to pediatric surgical pathology, cytopathology, and autopsy pathology. The Department of Radiology offers an elective course in General Diagnostic Radiology. 3 credits. Students are divided into groups for each four-week component. 2 credits. By the end of this course, students will have improved skills in problem identification and problem-solving skills for the treatment of acute and chronic kidney diseases, acid base and electrolyte disturbances. The student will gain an appreciation of the role of the laboratory in the practice of medicine. 4 credits. It is important for the student to be aware that the Institute for Latin American Concerns (ILAC) is a unique, faith-based program affiliated with Creighton University in the Dominican Republic. PDT 450. 1 credit. Graduates practice in all 50 states and are recognized nationally for their extraordinary clinical skills, communication, empathy, cultural competence and commitment to service. 4 credits. Hospice for Terminal Illness. In addition, the student will gain extensive experience in outpatient gynecology and the performance of pelvic exams. This elective will familiarize students with the diagnosis and care of patients with ocular disease, the exam techniques of the eye, and the medical and surgical treatments used in Ophthalmology. The two-week elective is for students interested in improving their general knowledge of an anatomical region, while the four-week elective is for students wanting to undertake a more detailed examination and study. The course consists of five three hour evening sessions spaced two weeks apart, each divided into large-group and small group experiences. Microbial Laboratory Diagnosis. 1-4 credits. PDT 301 is a 6-week Pediatric Clerkship. The purpose of the course is to expose the medical student to the comprehensive care of plastic surgery patient in the outpatient and inpatient setting. This course consists of detailed examination of the physiology, cell biology, and molecular biology of the nervous system, with emphasis on mammalian systems. Spirituality has been defined as relating to, or consisting of the spirit. 4 credits. Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery (PRC). These disparities can lead to unnecessary and preventable negative health outcomes. 2-5 credits. In particular, the student will learn to compare and contrast the different radiation delivery modalities available for various malignancies, understand the nuances in radiation dosing, and anticipate and screen for common side effects based on treatment site. MED 471. Clinical Moral Perception, Art, and Medicine. This is an introduction to clinical imaging targeted at 3rd year medical students. Directed Independent Study. Students will reflect on patient interactions; explore common professionalism pitfalls; learn leadership skills like conflict resolution, self-advocacy, and boundary setting; learn how to give effective presentations; and consider ways to engage authentically and professionally with colleagues outside the workplace. 2-4 credits. The Physician Lifestyle Management courses are two semester-long courses, that comprise a number of mandatory events, lectures and experiences focused on the professional development of medical students. Students will develop skills in assessment, interviewing, and treatment of persons subject to domestic violence; they will also better appreciate the role of physicians in the community effort to reduce violence. MED 480. FAP 423. 4 credits. Anesthesiology Extramural. Preclerkship students must complete 1.0 credit hours of GOLD Selectives before advancement to Component III. Adult Critical Care Medicine (St. Mary's Medical Center, San Francisco CA). 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