Group Practice Learning and Leadership

SDM GD 642

This course is designed to facilitate attainment of the various professional competencies each student must demonstrate prior to graduation. Clinically active students and their respective Group Practice Leaders interact on a regular basis to document student progress towards competency. This occurs under the auspice of the Group Practice Model, which is a patient-centered clinical education construct for student-provided, faculty-guided high quality care of patients. During the final year of the curriculum, the emphasis is on ensuring that students successively challenge structured summative assessments. Group Practice leaders are responsible for monitoring student progress, implementing corrective actions as needed, and authorizing that students have met the competency standards ("signing out") required for the degree. Students will also learn to integrate the knowledge they have acquired in their biomedical science courses in formulation of treatment planning and providing comprehensive patient care.

FALL 2024 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Lakhani ARR 12:00 am-12:00 am

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