Undergraduate Course: Clinical Induction, Integration and Consolidation Course (BVMS10029)
|School||Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies
||College||College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine
||Availability||Not available to visiting students
|Credit level (Normal year taken)||SCQF Level 10 (Year 4 Undergraduate)
|Home subject area||BVMS
||Other subject area||None
||Taught in Gaelic?||No
|Course description||The aim of this course is to integrate and consolidate core clinical material with previously delivered basic science, theory, practice, problem-solving and communication to help prepare students for their final year and professional life. Evidence from these aspects will be incorporated in the student portfolio.
Comprises both core and elective components, delivered in semester two.
Emphasis on small group working with a significant element of directed self teaching with staff guidance. Delivery methods include demonstrations, Computer Assisted Learning, online discussions, workbooks, tutorials, group presentations.
The course will cover a variety of topics including Problem-based/problem solving clinical scenarios, Clinical induction in preparation for Final Year clinical rotations in the hospitals, Communication Skills, Veterinary education (training for peer teaching, life-long learning and client education).
Entry Requirements (not applicable to Visiting Students)
||Other requirements|| None
|Additional Costs|| None
Course Delivery Information
|Delivery period: 2011/12 Full Year, Not available to visiting students (SS1)
||WebCT enabled: Yes
|Med And Vet||Lecture||1-22|| 09:00 - 09:50|
||First class information not currently available|
|No Exam Information
Summary of Intended Learning Outcomes
|Be able to apply theoretical knowledge to clinical scenarios.
Be able to integrate basic science information into clinical scenarios.
Be able to solve clinically-based problems using theory, knowledge, logical reasoning, test results, available literature and discussion.
Have an understanding of the financial management of clinical cases and general practice.
Be able to apply knowledge of how people learn to small group tutorial situations and client education.
Be able to apply the Calgary Cambridge consultation model in clinical scenarios.
Be able to demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively with clients and colleagues, both in writing and verbally.
Be able to demonstrate a record of self-assessment
|Pass or fail awarded|
Criteria for pass:
Completion of an online formative assessment
Completion of all required elements of the portfolio
|Course organiser||Dr Claire Phillips
|Course secretary||Mrs Angela Harding
Tel: (0131 6)50 6214
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