Dec 03, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Bulletin (July 2020 Ed) 
2020-2021 Academic Bulletin (July 2020 Ed)
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FME 45075 - Emergency and Crisis Management

Cr Hrs: 3, 6
Session Length: 2 or 4 weeks

This is an online clinical rotation to teach and explore population health issues, spread of viral epidemics and pandemics, and practical emergency medicine skills as it relates to medicine in times of crisis. Students will spend time studying how epidemics spread, and learn to critically evaluate primary literature regarding novel diseases. Students will also apply concepts of preventative medicine, patient assessment and triage, telehealth and critical care as they relate to the diagnosis and management of COVID-19 and other pandemic diseases.  They will also spend time reviewing high yield topics in adult critical care for the non-ICU physician. Responsibilities will include online modules, participation in group discussion forums, researching journal articles and narrative assessments.  Course is pass/fail contingent on submission and participation of all required course work. 

Repeatability (The maximum credit hours a student may have for this course.): 6

Grade Mode: Pass/Fail

Mode of Delivery (Online or Hybrid): Online
Instructional Method: Online-Elective
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years. 

Term offered: Spring/Fall

Fall - Instructor of Record: Amanda Miller - aweave13@uthsc
Spring - Instructor of Record: Amanda Miller - aweave13@uthsc
Prior Authorization: No

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