Recommended textbook (not required): Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, eds Papadakis, McPhee, and Rabow (2012 or 2013 edition)
The class will consist of lecture videos, which are between 8 and 12 minutes in length. These contain 1-2 integrated quiz questions per video. Suggested readings will accompany the lectures. There will be homework assignments including multiple choice and short answer questions. Feedback on homework will be provided using rubric-guided peer review. A final cumulative exam will be required to complete the course.
Yes. Students who successfully complete the class will have the oportunity to receive a Statement of Completion signed by the instructor.
While this course will be geared towards medical and other health professions students, all participants are welcome.
This course is not intended to and can not substitute for a physician’s advice.
To avoid the perception of providing medical advice, the professor will not use or discuss cases or symptoms submitted by course participants.