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Medicine Powerpoint

Transcript: From your first day in the dissection lab to the start of your clinical training, student life at UCD School of Medicine is a stimulating, diverse and vibrant experience. When you choose Medicine at UCD, you choose early patient contact, a world-class curriculum and an unrivalled calendar of social and extra-curricular activities. Medicine at UCD Medicine at Trinity College The admissions test selected by the Irish Medical Schools is called HPAT – Ireland (Health Professions Admission Test-Ireland). The test measures a candidate’s logical reasoning and problem solving skills as well as non-verbal reasoning and the ability to understand the thoughts, behaviour and/or intentions of people. The duration of the exam is 2 and 1/2 hours. Medicine Powerpoint Conclusion Course Type: Undergraduate No. of Places: 123 Min Entry Points for 2012: 746* points Duration: 5 Year(s) Full Time Medical education utilises a combination of small group teaching, problem based learning, didactic and bedside teaching. Clinical and communication skills together with ethics are given an important place in the curriculum. Student selected modules and a global health module have been introduced Examines, treats and advises sick people in a local surgery or hospital. Qualification as a doctor opens the door to a wide range of specialisms - General Doctor or Family GP, Surgeon, Radiologist, Oncologist, Anaesthetist, Audiologist, Dermatologist, Paediatrician, Gynacologist, Optometrist, Opthalmologist, Orthopist, General Dentist, Orthodontist and Oral Surgeon and many more. Medicine at UCD Duration: 5-6 years Places: 90 Points: 535-625 Course Features: Modern, modularised curriculum Early and continual patient contact Multiple opportunities to travel Ireland's most extensive clinical network Taught by internationally renowned experts HPAT Admission Exam

Student Project Michigan Medicine

Transcript: Student Project: Case Study Case Management Case Management Experience Patient A Patient A Requested Case Management Demographic Demographic 37 years old White male Middle class Educated Lives with parents Mom is caretaker Brother has the need for a caretaker Patient receives disability Patient History Patient History Grew up healthy Able to live independently Attended both undergrad and grad school Complained about feeling extra tired and "not himself" November 2012, parents became concerned for pt, brought him home from grad school December 2012, mom calls ambulance, pt unconscious, stroke like reaction January 2013, diagnosed with HIV, had an infection in the brain leaving stroke like effects Following Diagnosis Following Diagnosis Took away his independence, ability to speak, led to difficulty swallowing, motor skills, and more Moved home Inability to continue education and career Mom becomes caregiver Lead to mental health issues Caused for stress within family Desire for more independence back Competencies Utilized Competencies Utilized Professional Identity Professional Identity Ability to further develop skills Worked with patient from start Developed goals and action plans Professional and effective communication with pt and agencies Outreach to outside agencies Collaboration with supervisor and team Human Behavior and Social Environment Human Behavior and Social Environment Knowledge of background Mental health effects Tensions at home Pt feels like burden Treating pt with respect Pandemics effects Desperation for independence Diversity and Difference in Practice Diversity and Difference in Practice Pt has different needs beyond those of typical case management Goals are unique to pt Different communication skills Specific needs in agencies Stigma in both disability and diagnosis

Michigan College of Osteopathic Medicine

Transcript: Population size is nice and big Northern location is pleasing, because I like a cooler climate The gyms and fitness centers and programs are state of the art The sports would be a good source of entertainment A lot of alumni give good reviews of the students friendliness, and just school life itself I enjoy the ease of admissions The programs of study that I need are available Tuition CON Fitness Centers & Housing PRO Location PRO State- Michigan Midwest, North East Lansing Good cool climate National Ranking CON MSU was ranked 71st on the National University rankings PRO Overview Population-45,166 PRO An osteopathic physician is a doctor who can do all types of medical procedures, but also implements osteopathic manipulative therapy into their practice. Average salary of 170,000$ per year (starting) THE CONS Entertainment PRO PRO Overview Mediocre Dorms CON Michigan State University of Osteopathic Medicine Program of Study Pro THE PROS Location-East Lansing, Michigan, Relatively Northern PRO 39,896$ per 2 semesters for out of state freshmen Osteopathic Physician Your able to use MSU fitness centers Also your able to use MSU housing too Total Size- 22,763,025 sq. feet Fitness Centers-3 very top notch fitness centers, with many programs included There are also many rec and club sports to choose from The men's basketball and football teams are successful, and the stadiums are nice Insanely expensive Tuition, ending up about 280,000 dollars Small amount of students also 480 + 556 Out of state- estimated 60,000$ Math SAT requirement PRO Size and Infrastructure PRO Has a D.O degree (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine). To get this degree though, there are clinical sessions, medical ethics, health policies, biological studies, and epidemologies and the many other classes needed to receive a D.O degree Tuition Per Year (Out of State) CON To small of a number Tuition CON SAT Writing Minimum PRO Human Medicine Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biology Physiology Microbiology Michigan State University MSU has 25 division I teams, and the basketball and football men's team are successful, and the games are exciting THE PROS THE CONS Program of Study PRO Very old Big, but uncomfortable Students have comments about how dorms can become very uncomfortable with another person after a while CON Overview Good infrastructure D.0 degree and programs available MSU sporting events Good location with cool climate and Northern Required SAT Reading Score Minimum PRO 480+ Con Overview High Tuition rates from out of state students Undesirable dorms Not ranked very high academically 550 78,880$ Student Population CON

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