Prerequisite: PAM 510
The Clinical Medicine Series (I, II, III) presents anatomy, physiology, public health issues, epidemiology, pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, differential diagnosis, diagnostic studies, diagnostic criteria, staging, prognosis, treatment, management, and use of evidence-based medicine in a wide range of disease states. The Clinical Medicine Series is the cornerstone of the curriculum providing the foundation for other courses within the curriculum.
Other courses, such as Patient Evaluation, Pharmacology, Clinical Laboratory, and Diagnostic Medicine will further enhance and develop the student’s knowledge of the disorders covered. Information will be presented by lecture, demonstration, and audio-visual formats. Lectures are presented by the faculty members and invited guests.