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 can expect to discuss a variety of topics, including definitions of sex and gender, health communication, masculinity/femininity, sexuality, feminisms, reproduction, sexual assault, religion, and mass media. DCM 301. The student will serve as a first or second assistant on the gynecological surgical procedures and see surgical patients in the office. The student will be assigned to the Radiation Medicine department at St. Joseph’s Hospital Medical Center and the University of Arizona Cancer Center. Selective in Orthopaedic Surgery. In this rotation, the students will participate as a member of a team in the care of patients presenting to the Emergency Department. The goal of PTG 462 is to provide the medical student with a more in depth experience in some aspects of pathology. BMS 630. The student will understand the evaluations process of older adults with cognitive deficits including mental status exam and laboratory and ex-ray data; know the pharmacokinetic changes in aging and their specific impact on geriatric psychopharmacology; appreciate the psychosocial impact on aging on older adult patients; and develop skills in utilizing family supports in the care of the geriatric patient. 3 credits. The patient population provides a wide variety of disease processes related to internal medicine, primarily acute cardiac, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, neurological, and infectious diseases problems. Outpatient Psychiatry. FAP 476. Each Clinically Integrated Block will be topic-centered with vertical integration across all disciplines, inclusive of medical science, personal and professional development, and clinical skills training. The goal of this course is to assist the student to integrate the informational data gained from all types of patients into a diagnosis and comprehensive treatment plan that also exhibits the student's knowledge and skills to provide continuity of care, promote health through patient education, and provide humanistic and ethical care in a private family medicine physician office setting. 4 credits. During this rotation students are expected to assist in surgery. PDT 425. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only. The medical student will participate in the care of the indigent, underinsured and at risk teenagers in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. P: M1 Component. You will also have the opportunity to see some esoteric and complicated tertiary care patients. 1-8 credits. Students have the opportunity to round with the physicians, participate in labor and delivery as well as clinical consults. Clinic Schedule will be provided at the beginning of the rotation. The course will specifically focus on the exploration of one particular area of interest that the learner has in the area of psychiatry with the ultimate goal of producing a piece of written work appropriate for journal publication or presentation as a poster at an academic meeting. PDT 484. Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. Students will spend time at Phoenix Children's Hospital, Children's Rehabilitation Services (CRS), and local outside clinics. HPE 412. 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. Has shown a commitment to “service to others” through non-medical volunteer activities, Has completed physician shadowing experiences with physicians from various areas of medicine, Has a history of patient contact through clinical and/or medical experiences, Socio-educational and socio-economic background, Record of service to disadvantaged populations, Record of extracurricular and/or leadership experiences that have enhanced the diversity within an applicant’s institution and/or community. EME 333. PBS 496. MED 436. This experience will include clinical supervision and readings. OBG 495. Intensive Care Unit. Scheduled learning activities will include a variety of lectures, small group discussions, patient simulation exercises, as well as hands on practical educational sessions. SIS 502. This is a two-week elective in palliative medicine with an emphasis on reflective practice to meet holistic needs of patients with complex suffering. 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. MED 492. The course will cover the normal histology, embryology and function of the two systems integrated with a consideration of musculoskeletal/integumentary abnormalities and appropriate therapy for these conditions. Students will learn to evaluate neonates, infants and children with a wide range of infectious diseases. 0 credits. 4 credits. Student will also obtain extensive experience in head and neck tumor patients. Component II includes active and experiential learning opportunities and small group case-based and team-based learning sessions. FAP 798. The patients are admitted from a variety of locations including community outpatient clinics, the Emergency Department, and transfers from outside hospital systems. Fourth-year medical students have the opportunity to participate in directed independent study for elective credit. RON 410. While Creighton is not a research power-house, there are absolutely opportunities for research and they are restarting their MD/PhD program. Immunology, Blood and Lymphoreticular System. The course consists of five three hour evening sessions spaced two weeks apart, each divided into large-group and small group experiences. The student will gain skills in diagnosis, treatment, outpatient management, and family/longitudinal care within a rural, small town context. The purpose of directed independent research is to explore an area of interest within and related to medicine under the supervision of a faculty member. The student will work with a mission team and a preceptor at an approved mission site. DCM 301A. The purpose of this course is to help students prepare for the step 2 Clinical Knowledge Exam. Students will be required to complete short (< 15 minute) written reflections regarding each week’s themed discussion immediately before and again after each session. RAD 468. The Step 2CS requirement has been suspended for all AY 2020-2021 graduates. They are allowed up to 12 credit hours (weeks) of externships during the fourth year of medical school. Since the Pulmonary/Critical Service has both primary care patients and patients who are being evaluated in consultation, the student has the opportunity to evaluate and learn about both types of patients. 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. In Phoenix, your entire experience will be at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. 5 credits. Internal Medicine Clerkship. Interventional Radiology -Valleywise (PRC). P: MOS 581. Learners are given opportunities to demonstrate proficiency in a variety of skills, while showing compassion and sensitivity to patient needs and concerns. The course teaches the anatomy and physiology of the kidney and urinary systems and the physiology of body fluid and electrolyte homeostasis. The student will participate in site visits with residents to community partners. 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. The student will also be introduced to practical microbiology, hematology, and blood bank. Experiential learning opportunities are designed to enhance the development of critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills. The student will gain an understanding of the differences in which healthcare is delivered to women in a third world country. Internal Medicine Sub-Internship - Valleywise (PRC). PDT 486. This required course for students in the graduate programs at Creighton University School of Medicine is designed to introduce fundamental concepts, principles and guidelines regarding scientific integrity in biomedical research. Diagnostic Radiology. 1-4 credits. They gain knowledge of scientific outcomes from their own, individual research. This sub-internship will expand the student’s understanding of child and adolescent psychiatry as a specialty. This month long elective will expose the student to the full spectrum of clinical research including the fundamentals of clinical research and drug development with a special emphasis on learning the ethical principles and regulatory requirements for research involving human subjects. 0.5 credits. The student may choose to continue to work on a project after the rotation is complete. 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. The course with comprise of simulations, interaction with standardized patients, clinical experiences, and radiology. Students will work with clinical faculty and also be exposed to academic, administrative and research components of Pediatrics. Increasingly, gender/sex is a site of cultural struggle where (mis)communication is common and social controversies obscure the ability of the public, subject experts, and practitioners to engage with these topics. Lectures will concentrate on general pediatric topics and will be given by Creighton Pediatric Faculty and Residents. The goal of this course is to allow students to experience what it will be like to be an OB/Gyn PGY-1 while still in medical school. They will become familiar with a variety of common and not so common pediatric medical and surgical diagnoses. Interactive didactic discussion regarding pulmonary diseases will occur periodically throughout the rotation. Medical Hematology/Oncology/Palliative Care. Adult Critical Care Medicine (St. Mary's Medical Center, San Francisco CA). The purpose of this course is to broaden the student's clinical research experience in advanced gynecologic surgery and chronic pelvic pain. FA. 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. Applied Clinical Skills A. 4 credits. 4 credits. Jesuit teaching holds that clinical decision making must not be based upon medical factors alone, but on ethical standards as well. Dissected cadaver specimens and anatomical models are available as learning aids. At this time there is no over-night call requirement but participating in occasional evening ward activities. OB/GYN Sub-Internship (Immanuel) (OMA). Special Topics in Psychiatry. The program offers medical students a unique opportunity to gain research experience during medical school and valuable time to focus more deeply on their area of interest. 2 credits. A pediatric orthopaedic topic will be decided upon by the student and faculty early in the elective and a presentation/discussion will be expected at the completion of the course. The student should come to understand what dermatologists do and where they fit in the field of medicine. SUR 795. In effect, the student will act as the PGY-1 while on this rotation. In the recent past major advances have been made in understanding the structure, physiology, and genetics of microbes. It will question the process of scientific discovery as it has been portrayed in the past by considering “how we know” what we know about parasitic diseases and critically evaluating the means by which this knowledge has been acquired. Patients will be a mix of ambulatory patients, ambulance arrivals and clearance of both the acute psychiatric patient and patient wishing to undergo substance abuse treatment. The student will spend one week in each of these areas. The sub-intern will be given opportunities to first assist in selected cases and manage critically ill patients. Each student will also spend one week of mornings in the Normal Newborn Nursery at Bergan Mercy Medical Center. This ophthalmology elective serves as an introduction to the medical and surgical diseases of the eye. This will be accomplished by students evaluating patients for control of symptoms such as pain, nausea, vomiting, dehydration, skin care, dyspnea, constipation, cough and other physical problems associated with the terminally ill. Students will also attend the weekly Core Content Lecture series. FA, SP, SU. Topics vary will change with each iteration of the course permitting students to repeatedly enroll in the course but with each covering a different topic. The rotation is designed to introduce you to the “core” of knowledge, skills, behaviors, and attitudes regarding surgery which are fundamental to the medical practice of all physicians, whether you are considering a career in surgery, have no interest in a career in surgery, or don’t yet know. They will participate in daily formal and informal discussions on pre-assigned topics relating to renal disease. 1-8 credits. These include acute and chronic renal failure and their associated problems including dialytic therapies, fluid and electrolyte disorders, acid-base disorders, difficult to control hypertension in different clinical settings as well as renal transplant management. Students involved in Magis Clinic strive to be men and women for and with others, dedicated to learning the art of medicine in partnership with those in our community who have limited or no access to healthcare. Students will become familiar with the specialty of anesthesiology through daily, hands-on preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative anesthetic management of patients of all ages. When appropriate and with supervision, the student will perform or participate in various procedures such as, bladder catheterization, urodynamic studies, etc. This course recognizes that each student brings values and beliefs from his/her family upbringing, religion, culture, education, and personal experience. Seminars will be offered to students on this subject to explain the genetic models that have been used in clinical medicine. Infectious Diseases Sub-Internship (PRC). Students will also have direct, 24 hours a day contact with rural Dominicans and will be able to improve their basic fund of knowledge regarding healthcare needs, nutrition, economic and social problems and to develop a greater understanding for interaction between medical, social and economic pressures. IDC 342. Justice in Research Ethics. The Department of Neuroradiology offers an elective course in Diagnostic neuroradiology. 4 credits. 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. Students will participate in the care of patients presenting to the Pediatric Emergency Department. Component III Students must also satisfy the following requirements: The fourth year prepares students for residency and provide a chance to explore their own interests in specialized areas of medical practice. 1-4 credits. Mark Creighton, MD (631) 369-5000 | 64 Commerce Drive, Riverhead, NY. Management consultations are provided for the surgical ICU, approximately 10-15 number patients are seen with an age range from 40-80. IDC 141. General Neurology. The purpose of this rotation is to provide the students with exposure to the practice of pediatric emergency medicine. The Multisystem Disease block teaches the normal histology, embryology, pathology, anatomy, physiology, and basic clinical medicine of multisystem diseases, integrated with a consideration of abnormalities and appropriate therapy for these diseases. This elective is a clinical rotation for those interested in exploring in-depth Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in an inpatient setting. This includes the emergent, operative, inpatient, and outpatient care of patients. PDT 442. The project aligned with National SNMA protocol for Sexual Awareness. Students will develop the understanding of cardiovascular physiology and development. Restorative Recreation. ANE 475. In this course the student will work only with the patients with high risk pregnancies. 4 credits. There is ample opportunity for the performance of procedures. Selective in Pediatric Surgery. Ask a question, MD'08, Pediatric Hospitalist, Phoenix Children’s Hospital Pediatric Clerkship Director, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER), Providing the standard of care to men and women of all ages and backgrounds, Cooperating with other healthcare providers to maintain continuity of care, Instilling in patients a sense of value for one’s own health, Fostering in students a lifelong commitment to service. Students taking this elective will acquire knowledge in ethical, regulatory and operational aspects of protocols. This four week interdisciplinary course consists of lectures, laboratories, small group discussions and multi-disciplinary conferences that provide learning experiences on the anatomy, histology, physiology, pathology, and basic clinical medicine of the endocrine and reproductive systems. IDC 405. Case Studies in Medicine. It is expected that the students will understand more deeply the advantages of the health care system we are privileged with, but to also come to understand and know the blessings of the simplicity and gratitude lived by those in the culture they will be immersed in. Patients seen in the Children's Hospital Emergency Department range in age from newborn to 21 years. Creative Writing Workshop for Future Physicians. The purpose of this elective is to educate senior medical students on newborn exams, routine health maintenance for various ages and diagnosis and treatment of common pediatric conditions. 3-6 credits. Students will have the opportunity for learning opportunities with members of the interdisciplinary team, including nursing, physical therapists, case managers and the staff psychiatrist. The senior student will participate in the capstone family medicine curriculum in the final block of his/her fourth year of training. Descriptions for each course can be reviewed in Section 7 Medical Curriculum - Component I of the MD Student Handbook. Pediatric Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. The student will function as a sub-intern and gain insight and experience in the patient-surgeon relationship. At Creighton University, we want to help you find the program that's right for you. The patient population provides a wide range of experience including Surgery, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, and Geriatrics. BMS 797. 1-8 credits. The M2 year in 2020 begins with a special Infectious Disease block, for this year only, followed by five organ system blocks. 4 credits. The student will incorporate into the team, with sub-intern responsibilities and will have opportunity to develop a skill set and foundational knowledge to help transition into the PGY1 year. 0.5 credits. Summer Research Project. Publications (3) Proximal Arch in Left Thoracotomy Repair of Neonatal and Infant Coarctation-How Small Is Too Small? PDT 496. Topics to be included are: Traumatic Brain Injury, Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke and Pediatric Rehabilitation. Download Pharmacy and Health Professions Catalog. This degree program provides students with additional career opportunities as administrators and executives in health-care related fields. 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