Medicine 101: From Bioscience to the Bedside Spring 2010

Intellectual Unit:

Medicine 101: From Bioscience to the Bedside

Course Directors: Nancy Oriol, MD and Emily M. Hayden, MD

Course Faculty: James A. Gordon, MD, MPA;  Suresh Venkatan, MBBS; Wayne Stathopoulus, NREMTP; and Latishya Steele, PhD

Curriculum Fellow: Latishya Steele

Students will be immersed in a simulated clinical environment in the teaching laboratories of the Gilbert Program in Medical Simulation Laboratories at Harvard Medical School. In this nanocourse, the participants will see how basic science principles apply to the practice of clinical medicine. Through the miracle of modern technology the students will enter a realistic healthcare environment and care for a simulated patient. Patient cases will be chosen on the basis of their prominent connection to general, basic science research.

First Meeting Time: Tuesday April 27, from 1-4pm (limited to registered students)
Location: Teaching laboratories of the Gilbert Program in Medical Simulation at Harvard Medical School, TMEC 137

Second Meeting Time: Thursday April 29, from 1-4pm (limited to registered students)
Location: Teaching laboratories of the Gilbert Program in Medical Simulation at Harvard Medical School, TMEC 137

Note: This nanocourse is full with a significant waitlist and is not currently accepting anymore students.