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Curriculum

First Year Medical Student

Second Year Medical Student 

Third Year Medical Student

  • INTD 7003 International Medicine is a four-week rotation at an international site where students participate in patient between poverty and health, in resource-limited settings both at home and abroad.

Fourth Year Medical Student

  • INTD 4007 Interprofessional Community Service Learning§ is a longitudinal elective course for medical, dental, and pharmacy students to learn the fundamentals of CSL.
  • INTD 4015 Humanism in Medicine is a longitudinal elective to support and nourish the inherent altruism of students through experiences in the Student-Run Free Clinics (Student-Faculty Collaborative Practice).  Students will also participate in student-led projects to benefit the clinics.
  • INTD 4030 Preparing for Global Health Work is a two-week multidisciplinary course for students planning future global health experiences.  This preparatory course aims to provide a foundation of practical knowledge in global health to optimize the students’ overseas experiences, facilitate their adaptation to working in different cultural settings, and maximize their impact in the communities where they serve.
  • INTD 4048 Art Rounds§ is a longitudinal elective that brings medical and nursing students to view art at the McNay Art Museum to hone their observational acumen and enhance their communication skills.
  • INTD 4106 Practical Ethics for Healers After graduation, students will begin time as a resident/intern/housestaff. With this first job comes increased responsibility and increased pressure.
  • INTD 7003 International Medicine is a four-week rotation at an international site where students participate in patient between poverty and health, in resource-limited settings both at home and abroad.
  • INTD 7005 Indian Health Service Rotation is a four-week rotation on an Indian reservation to become exposed to rural family practice model medicine in a cross-cultural setting.
  • INTD 7007 Medicine through Literature is a longitudinal elective that aims to help students use narratives as a tool to prepare for and process their clinical experiences, and to approach their development as individuals and as physicians.
  • MEDI 4151 Poverty, Health & Disease is a Didactic elective for students who wish to gain insight into the complex interplay between poverty and health, in resource-limited settings both at home and abroad.
  • INTD 4045 Patient Notes§ is an interactive elective for medical and nursing students to engage in music listening sessions to improve listening skills, gain comfort with ambiguity and interpretation and develop pattern recognition skills to quickly recognize deviation.
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  • § indicates an Interprofessional course