CIB 212. This elective familiarizes students with cancer care, including radiotherapy, chemotherapy and surgery. P: Admission to Medical School. OBG 334. This course covers fundamental principles of structural biochemistry and metabolism, and molecular and cell biology. General & Oncology Surgery Sub-Internship (OMA). During the four weeks of this elective students will be provided with clinical experiences evaluating children with disorders of the respiratory system and acquiring skills necessary to perform the pediatric pulmonary exam and to develop a diagnostic and therapeutic approach to common pulmonary problems in children. Critical Care Sub-Internship (OMA). 4 credits. Case Studies in Medicine. MED 491. At this time there is no over-night call requirement but participating in occasional evening ward activities. The medical student will share the duties of the daily organization and management of the service. As a graduate, you will be able to provide care in collaboration with patients, prescribers, other health care providers and the community based upon sound therapeutic principles, evidence-based data and research. 4 credits. Students collaborate with treatment teams, receive individual supervision, and participate in rounds and case conferences. Preparation through recommended reading materials will be required. Students will be exposed to undifferentiated patients to establish a solid foundation of skills and knowledge. There will be a special emphasis on point-of-care obstetric ultrasound examination and recognition of common gynecologic pathology using ultrasound. Gynecologic Oncology Sub-Internship. This two- week or four-week reading course involves the student in reading first-person narratives of psychiatric and medical illness, with one or two short pieces of fiction. Is Race Real? Community-Based Gastroenterology. The medical student will participate in the care of the indigent, underinsured and at risk teenagers in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Geriatric Psychiatry. 0 credits. There is no “on call” time during this rotation. The curriculum includes learning opportunities in the medical humanities, patient safety, ethics, health systems science, and others, and offers selectives that include student interest seminars, research selectives, career exploration selectives and mission outreach selectives. Active participation skills are emphasized. The rotation aims to provide a foundation for and/or enhance medical student knowledge and understanding the unique aspects of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry evaluation, assessment and treatments. The student will also gain experience in gynecology and attend surgeries for the next two weeks. Outside reading is expected with completion of reading Staheli's Pediatric Othopaedics ,and Rang's Pediatric Fracture texts provided during the rotation. IDC 405. In addition, assessment for the emotional and spiritual well-being of the patient and care-giver will be taught. Students will develop a clear understanding of ways to distinguish between benign and malignant skin growths. Students are assigned patients on a rotational basis and will follow their patients throughout their hospital stay, managing their care with duties and responsibilities similar to those of an intern. Ignatian Spirituality in Palliative Medicine. ILAC Outpatient Medicine-Foreign Service (Dominican Republic). MED 487. Special Topics in Psychiatry. OBG 495. The student will also gain experience in the private and rural clinic settings. PDT 487. 4 credits. Physician Lifestyle Management. SIS 505. 2 credits. 1-4 credits. The student will gain skills in diagnosis, treatment, outpatient management, and family/longitudinal care within a rural, small town context. Drawing on their clinical experience with patient narratives, students will develop a framework for exploring the ways in which the memoirs we read “bear witness” to dying, death, and grief. 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. Disciplines such as anatomy, physiology, and pathology are integrated across the curriculum, and HID learning objectives are integrated into the CIBs. Rural Family Medicine Sub-Internship. Students will have the opportunity to assist with ocular surgeries performed by local ophthalmologists and visiting eye surgeons from the United States. MED 490. 1-4 credits. The patient population provides a wide range of experience in the care of minor and major traumatic injuries, multiple pediatric medical illnesses, care of the poisoned pediatric patient and pediatric patients with psychiatric illness. FAP 438. 4 credits. NEU 465. 1-5 credits. The clerkship involves several scheduled learning sessions ranging from didactic lectures, hands-on learning opportunities, and web-based simulated patient encounters (CLIPP cases). Respite Care for the Homeless. MED 464. FAP 464. Students will participate in the care of pediatric patients with a variety of problems seen by Genetics. This ophthalmology elective serves as an introduction to the medical and surgical diseases of the eye. Infectious Diseases. Inpatient Family Medicine Sub-Internship. PMR 333. Students will also learn the interpretation of other imaging studies such as CT scans. In addition, assessment for the emotional and spiritual well-being of the patient and care-giver will be taught. The goals and objective for all of our activities are designed to provide learners with opportunities to demonstrate clinical competence in a safe and constructive environment. Our goals include providing an environment for spiritual enrichment in the form of on-site support for ministry, reflection, journaling, and worship. 2 credits. MED 474. Students will gain competency in these fundamental clinical skills through a variety of educational media---readings, lectures, demonstrations, films, and practice in both interviewing and physical exam skills. 4 credits. The student will have the opportunity to observe audiological, vestibular and speech/language evaluations, integral parts of the total ENT diagnostic and treatment plan. The project aligned with National SNMA protocol for Sexual Awareness. Each Clinically Integrated block will be topic-centered with vertical integration across all disciplines, inclusive of Medical Science Disciplines, Personal and Professional Development Disciplines and Clinical Skills Training Disciplines. IDC 279A. Both pediatric and adult Allergy/Immunology is covered. Program Goals and Curriculum. This course is designed as an experience to provide a forum to cover topics critical to the clinical practice of the art of Medicine. FAP 476. 4 credits. 2 credits. Jesuit teaching holds that clinical decision making must not be based upon medical factors alone, but on ethical standards as well. Stdg. Opportunities for special study and clinical research (i.e. The student will do two weeks of night float and will admit, manage, and deliver laboring obstetric patients at Saint Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. This surgical subspecialty course is designed to provide students a broad experience in all aspects of the general practice of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery (Pediatric and Adult) in both office and hospital/surgical settings. Interventional Radiology -Valleywise (PRC). PBS 446. This course explores the nature of children's communication. EME 334. 1-8 credits. Each student, supervised by faculty members, will pursue in-depth reading and discussions on current research topics of interest to faculty and students. This Clinically Integrated Block is centered on topics related to the Cardiovascular System. They will participate in the methods and procedures performed in the renal metabolic laboratory. Students are expected to round with attending physicians and make appropriate orders and notes on patient charts. SUR 437. SUR 450. Social Determinants of Health and Evidence-based Medicine. OBG 451. 3 credits. Patient Safety and Quality Improvement. Communicating in Spanish for Medical Professionals II. Clinical Psychopharmacology. BMS 462. The Component I coursework includes seven required Clinically Integrated Blocks (CIB), interprofessional education activities, and selectives. BMS 311. In this course, the student will come to appreciate the full breadth of cardiovascular diagnostic techniques and management of patients with cardiac disease. 4 credits. 0.5 credits. Also, students will have the opportunity to assist with interventional pain procedures such as injections and nerve blocks. Students will become familiar with the specialty of anesthesiology through daily, hands-on preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative anesthetic management of patients of all ages. Students will also encounter pediatric patients with acquired cardiomyopathy. 2-4 credits. OBG 479. PDT 475. On this service, the students participate in the full range of clinical and teaching activities. The sub-intern will be given opportunities to first assist in selected cases and manage critically ill patients. FAP 460. 1-8 credits. PDT 479. 4 credits. 4 credits. The sub-intern will be given opportunities to first assist in selected cases and manage critically ill patients. 2 credits. Internal Medicine Clerkship. 4 credits. Students may choose up to three extramural elective blocks at approved LCME-accredited medical schools, ACGME-accredited residency programs, and/or military hospitals/clinics. 4 credits. 1-12 credits. The purpose of this course is to broaden the student's clinical research experience in advanced gynecologic surgery and chronic pelvic pain. Gender/Sex, Communication, and Culture. 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. The rotation consists of four weeks of psychiatric inpatient intensive care. Students pay tuition at Creighton University and earn academic credit when participating in externships, thus a formal evaluation and grade are required of the host institution. This is an introduction to clinical imaging targeted for students who are interested in radiology, as well as those pursuing other specialties. Students will learn the principles and skills for the recognition and management of neurologic diseases at the level of a sub-intern. © 2020-2021 Creighton University. NEU 415. This elective will provide the senior medical student an opportunity to gain an understanding of the responsibilities, skills, and learning expectations of a PGY-1 resident. Teaching Practicum in Medical Anatomy. PDT 460. The student will function as a sub-intern and be expected to present assigned patients on rounds, attend all lectures and conferences and read required material. This month long elective will expose the student to the full range of dermatologic services including General Medical Dermatology, Dermatologic Surgery, Cosmetic Dermatology, and Dermatology. PDT 440. The Institute for Latin American Concerns (ILAC) is a unique, faith-based program affiliated with Creighton University in the Dominican Republic. Students are supervised by psychiatry faculty in a variety of care settings. SUR 436. SUR 432. The objective of the 2 week Survey Elective is to give the 4th year medical student a broad introduction in the practice of pathology built around interaction with clinicians, pathologists, residents, and technical staff. 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 patients are both well and sick children and include some specialty referral patients. Rheumatology, Phoenix Regional Campus. The interventional team works as a cooperative group which provides initial assessment of a patient's care during the procedure and follow-up care on the ward as appropriate. SIS 518. Students will also learn to interpret findings and to develop a differential diagnosis based on those findings. IDC 301. 1 credit. Students will participate in the care of patients presenting to the Pediatric Emergency Department at Children’s Hospital. 4 credits. Students need no prior art training. 4 credits. RAD 496. Private Family 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. Component II includes six required Clinically Integrated Blocks (CIB) and a period of preparation of the USMLE Step 1. The students participate in the post-operative in-hospital management and post-hospital clinic follow-up by preparing progress notes and writing patient care orders. MED 472. Daily activities include pre-admission evaluation of potential patients at referring hospitals, admission work-ups, and daily medical care of the patients. 1-8 credits. 4 credits. 2 credits. The purpose of this course is to assist the student in their understanding of the key concepts in the responsible conduct of research allowing them to conduct research that conforms to the highest standards for the protection of human research subjects. 4 credits. Maternal Fetal Medicine Research. 3-6 credits. For administrative purposes, the course has been divided into four sections: Unit I-Histology and Proteins/Enzymes, Unit II-Molecular and Cell Biology, Unit III-Metabolism, Unit IV-Molecular and Cellular Pathology. MED 455. Additional opportunities to interact and learn with other health professionals are interspersed throughout the Medical Education Program. In this away rotation, the student will be exposed to a wide variety of surgical diseases to include pediatric cardiology and trauma. 4 credits. Each student who signs up for this course will be assigned two consecutive weeks on the inpatient service as a member of the team and will be responsible for the care of the patients admitted to the CCU and Cardiovascular services. Curriculum A Year-by-Year Look At Our Program Clinical competence and academic excellence is attained in the Department of Medicine by giving greater responsibility to the resident through exposure to the wealth of clinical pathology seen at Valleywise Health Medical Center and Mayo Clinic Scottsdale. Case-based learning and team-based learning sessions continue to be expanded in the Component I and Component II curriculum. The Gastrointestinal System block teaches the normal histology, embryology, pathology, anatomy, physiology, and basic clinical medicine of the GI system, integrated with a consideration of GI system abnormalities and appropriate therapy for these conditions. When appropriate and with supervision, the student will perform or participate in various procedures such as, bladder catheterization, urodynamic studies, etc. This rotation in another culture attempts to take advantage of the Jesuit tradition that inspires ILAC, through conscious awareness of culture differences, sensitivity to culture context in medical practice and reflection on the experience in a way that helps us become beneficiaries who are grateful that we often receive more than we give. Patient population consists of both outpatients and inpatients at St Joseph Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ. With guidance from the course director, students will develop an article of professional publication quality. 4 credits. The patient population can be broadly divided into two groups: patients with medical illnesses that present with psychiatric symptoms, and patients with chronic mental illness that now have medical illness requiring hospitalization. The Medicalization of Deviance. Creative Writing Workshop for Future Physicians. PBS 463A. This rotation in Otolaryngology and Human Communication, offers an exposure to the medical and surgical evaluation and management of associated problems of this specialty. SUR 486. 2-4 credits. 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. 4 credits. Four major themes in the Behavioral Medicine I course will provide students with a perspective that will enable them to accomplish the course purposes and integrate them into their own perspectives: Theories of development, including the bio psychosocial dynamic; Stages and domains of normal growth and development; The individual’s psychological, emotional, and behavioral reactions to challenges and problems that occur during the life cycle; The threat of violence and abuse in the lives of individuals and families. 0.5 credits. The student will be involved with the patient through home visits, participating in multi-disciplinary meetings held at the hospice office, course readings and individual teaching sessions with the Course Director. To provide a broad overview of contemporary issues in the management of patients presenting with a wide variety of problems involving the cardiovascular system. Senior Elective will include an intense hands-on anesthesia training experience for the motivated senior medical student. By the end of the rotation, the student will be able to diagnose and manage patients with ocular problems commonly found in the emergency room, outpatient and inpatient setting. Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. Brain and Behavior. ; schools, Juvenile Court, and social services. PBS 440. Students will assist in prosecting donors for each laboratory session and actively teaching the M1s and M2s during the lab. The purpose of this course is to help students prepare for the Step 2 Clinical Knowledge Exam. Medical Education Elective. 4 credits. SUR 431. PBS 476. FA, SP, SU. Scheduled learning activities will include a variety of lectures, small group discussions, patient simulation exercises, procedure development, as well as hands-on patient care sessions. Simulation Elective. Students will function as first year residents during the rotation and will be expected to work with the in-patient teaching service(s) they elect under the supervision of a senior resident and attending physician. Students are expected to be prepared for rounds, write patient notes, present patients, and be available for all rounds and clinics. Diagnostic Techniques; B. Outpatient Management; C. Independent Reading. SIS 501. Case Studies in Medicine A. IDC 101. It is the only free medical clinic in Omaha open on Saturdays that treats homeless men, women, children and the medically uninsured. The student will spend one week in each of these areas. The course will use reflective writing exercises to explore spirituality and medicine. The balance of the time is shared between cadaver dissection and clinical correlations. Students will have the opportunity to participate in eight or more clinics per week at CUMC, the Veterans Administration Hospital and Ehrling Bergquist Hospital. The senior student will participate in the anesthesiology capstone curriculum in the final block of his/her fourth year of training. Hospice and Palliative Care. In this selective, students will function as sub-interns and participate in acute trauma resuscitations, operative care and ICU rounds during the rotation on the Trauma surgery Service. 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. During the four-week block, you will be an integral part of the surgical team. Students will be expected to make rounds daily with attending staff and play an integral role in patient care decisions. Pediatric Cardiology/Cardiac Critical Care. The students will learn to interpret findings and to develop a differential diagnosis based on those findings. It is anticipated that the student will master the basic science and clinical skills needed for the care of common allergic and immunologic diseases. Pediatric Rheumatology. MED 442. On completion of the rotation, students should feel confident using their new understanding and skills to create a more seamless transition into residency. 4 credits. This elective provides exposure to the practice of psychiatry in the general hospital setting. Obstetrics & Gynecology Capstone. 4 credits. IDC 107. Students will have an opportunity to understand various systems that the Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist needs to deal with as they treat their patients; and receive exposure to various consultation sites in the community such as group homes; Behaven' Day Care; and Family Services. Students will explore the role communication plays in developing and enforcing gender norms and the implications those norms have on the dignity of people at the margins of our society. The Infectious Diseases block teaches the normal histology, pathology, physiology, and basic clinical medicine of a variety of infectious diseases. The representation of disease and death demonstrate an important social awareness of healthcare in Victorian Britain that helps us understand today's medical and social landscape. Students will conduct blindness prevention screenings in Latin America, where children are at risk for vitamin A deficiency and adults are at risk for glaucoma, cataract and pterygium. This is an intensive introduction to clinical imaging targeted for fourth year medical students, both those interested in radiology and those pursuing other specialties. The course faculty come from different disciplines and were brought together to present a coherent introduction to the cellular processes at the foundation of medicine. Students will function as the primary caregiver for their patients, working closely with supervising faculty to develop and implement management plans. This course is designed to introduce third year medical students to various aspects of inpatient Pediatrics. This service involves the participation in preoperative and postoperative care of the general surgical patient. This course is reserved for those students who have been unsuccessful in passing the USMLE Step 1 examination. The students are provided initial responsibility for evaluating primary patients and patients seen in consultation with careful critique of their findings and close supervision of their day-to-day clinical decisions. Each GOLD Selective ranges from 0.5 to 1.0 credit hour. The Renal System block teaches the normal histology, embryology, pathology, anatomy, physiology, and basic clinical medicine of the renal system, integrated with a consideration of renal system abnormalities and appropriate therapy for these conditions. Creighton’s MS in Neuroscience program provides an immersive plan of study where students apply critical thinking to a research-based curriculum. Patients seen in the Emergency Department are of all ages. PDT 468. Pediatric Genetics and Metabolic Disease. Angio/Interventional. The first seven days focus on endocrine systems, beginning with the hypothalamic/pituitary axis, and continuing with the adrenal gland, calcium homeostasis, thyroid gland, the endocrine pancreas and homeostatic control of metabolism. Students will be exposed to a variety of neurosurgical specimens as well as diagnostic nerve and muscle biopsies, evaluating these specimens at the gross and microscopic levels one-on-one with the neuropathology faculty. The student will recognize how the fields of internal medicine, surgery and pathology are all integral parts of dermatology and what the limits of dermatologist are in each area. NEU 301. PDT 450. Students will participate in the admission, daily rounds, and discharge of infants with a wide variety of diagnoses. 4 credits. This elective will introduce to the student the spectrum of modern plastic surgery. 4 credits. Clinical reasoning, as a clinical skill, is the process of making sense of a clinical encounter. This course is a two to four week elective in public health and community medicine for fourth year medical students with an interest in primary care medicine and the underserved. MED 401. 4 credits. 1-8 credits. The Creighton PharmD curriculum is designed to provide knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes and values to deliver patient-centered care. Mood Disorders and Their Treatment. This course will provide gynecology knowledge and information necessary to diagnose and manage the most common gynecologic disorders that are likely to be encountered in the practice by the general obstetrician/gynecologist. PMH 470. The student will be required to read each day/evening on a variety of dermatologic topics. The student will them prepare a written work with the guidance of the course director at the conclusion of their study. Working alongside a full-time faculty member, and with nurse practitioners, rotating house staff, nurses, and other health care personnel of the inter-disciplinary team, the student will gain experience with the diagnosis and management of patients with GU malignancies. Assistant Professor Department of Pediatrics Division of Cardiology. Students will formulate treatment plans, work with a multi-disciplinary team, understand the role of each team member, and develop a knowledge of psychopharmacological agents. MED 301. SUR 425. 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