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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Interdisciplinary (IDIS)
IDIS
8334
Intersession IV
Intersession IV
Fall 2016
2
Course Type
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade
medical students by level
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Corequisites

200
Dr. Matthew Mintz
Dr. Terry Kind
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Term(s) Offered

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The purpose of the Intersession IV course is to bring students who have been separated on different rotations and at different locations together to explore further clinical and thematic issues applicable across specialty fields, solidifying existing knowledge and integrating new content. In addition, the Intersession IV course provides opportunities for Clinical Public Health activities as well as reconnecting with and learning from your CSR and PD groups, including activities related to continued professional development. Intersession IV will focus on topics including health care policy, conflicts of interest, the business aspects of medicine, and palliative care. Finally, the Intersession IV week will include a symposium called Frontiers in Science and Medicine where students revisit basic science principles by examining current critical clinical and public health issues and hot topics with leading experts from GW and the nation.
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