Medicine (MED)

MED 0100 - Molecular Foundations in Medicine

Credit(s): 1-4 Credits

MED 0101 - Clinical Interviewing

Credit(s): 1-15 Credits

In Clinical Interviewing, students will achieve the following goals: - Demonstrate effective patient interviewing skills - Adapt the clinical interview based on the impact of the social determinants of health - Engage in activities that promote professionalism and student wellness. To achieve these goals, the course is a combination of lecture, small group activities, standardized patient interviews, and self-directing learning. Course Directors and Instructors will weave the LCME standards hot topics, SLU SOM competencies, and ACGME Entrustable Professional Behaviors throughout the course, and content will come from best practices and national resources in medical student education.

MED 0102 - Clinical Diagnosis

Credit(s): 1-20 Credits

MED 0103 - Medical Business Ethics

Credit(s): 1-12 Credits

MED 0110 - Normal Structure and Function: Musculoskeletal

Credit(s): 1-8 Credits

MED 0120 - Normal Structure and Function: Thorax & Head

Credit(s): 1-6 Credits

MED 0130 - Normal Structure and Function: Abdomen & Pelvis

Credit(s): 1-4 Credits

MED 0160 - Brain & Behavior

Credit(s): 1-6 Credits

MED 0201 - Clinical Diagnosis

Credit(s): 1-20 Credits

MED 0202 - Clinical Diagnosis

Credit(s): 1-30 Credits

MED 0203 - Medical Business Ethics

Credit(s): 1-12 Credits