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Apr 9, 2015 by Sharon White (sgwhite)
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PA 6259 : Introduction to Clinical Education
Mon, 03 Aug 2015 08:14:22 GMT
Thu, 30 Jul 2015 19:44:14 GMT
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Physician Assistant (PA)
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Introduction to Clinical Education
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Intro to Clinical Education
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Practical learning that simulates the diversity of health care disciplines and services encountered during clinical training. Through lectures, role playing, and small group activities focused on scope of practice, roles and responsibilities, ethical decision making, and clinical problem solving, physician assistant students gain knowledge and skills that facilitate the transition from the academic to clinical environment and promote high quality clinical education experiences.
1. Compare and contrast the role of a PA student within various health care disciplines encountered during clinical training. 2. Differentiate the roles and responsibilities of PA students from other health care student roles and responsibilities within the clinical environment. 3. Communicate patient findings through written documentation given clinical case scenarios. 4. Demonstrate appropriate physical examination skills. 5. Use self-assessment methods to develop a study strategy unique to each clinical practicum which promotes optimum performance throughout the clinical year.
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