INSTRUCTOR: Barbra Roller
SCHEDULE: Monday, Wednesday 5:30PM – 6:45PM (Yearlong)
This course is an overview of the healthcare system. Sessions are presented by the course director as well as by guest speakers who are prominent physicians with expertise in different areas of medicine and healthcare. The course also incorporates sessions on the skills and attributes students will need in order to decide on a healthcare career and be competitive applicants.
Class meets twice a week. Class will be supplemented by active learning strategies. Faculty will engage students with controversial/ethical discussion topics, case study analysis through class discussion, and out of class assignments. Readings to be assigned by course director or other participating faculty. Diagnostic reasoning case studies. Assignments such as conducting a literature search or data search on a research topic and presenting the findings to the class.
Required Resources For this course, students need dependable internet access. The materials used in this course are posted on Canvas at: http://canvas.fiu.edu. Students are responsible for regularly consulting online materials. They are responsible for any material distributed through Canvas or through email.
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