This course introduces learners to a range of infectious ailments utilizing a patient-centered, story-based strategy. By way of illustrated, quick movies, learners will observe the course of every affected person’s sickness, from preliminary presentation to decision. Integrating the related microbiology, pathophysiology and immunology, this course goals to interact and entice the learner in the direction of future research in microbiology, immunology and infectious ailments.
The patient-centered movies included on this course have been created as half of the Re-imagining Medical Training initiative, led by Charles Prober MD, Senior Affiliate Dean of Medical Training on the Stanford College of Drugs. This initiative was the primary of its form to discover the collaborative creation of foundational medical training on-line content material by inter-institutional groups of school. The content material offered on this course was created by school from Stanford College College of Drugs, in collaboration with The College of Washington College of Drugs, Duke College College of Drugs, UCSF College of Drugs, and The College of Michigan Medical College. Assist for this initiative was supplied by the Robert Wooden Johnson Basis and the Burke Household Basis.