Courses offered - Physician Assistant Studies
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Structural and functional anatomy of the human body relevant to physician assistant responsibilities. All major regions of body will be studied. Regional dissections; programmed instruction; lectures and demonstrations with emphasis on use of gross anatomy in physical diagnosis.
Continuation of PAS 7000. Structural and functional anatomy of the human body relevant to physician assistant responsibilities. All major regions of body will be studied.
Introduction to etiology, manifestation, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease; includes: all major organ systems and disease entities.
Continuation of PAS 7010.
Continuation of PAS 7020.
The elicitation and recording of complete medical history, including a complete and comprehensive physical examination.
Continuation of PAS 7040.
Continuation of PAS 7050.
Specialized topics in the care of patients, medical research, as well as issues concerning the delivery of health care to the public.
Continuation of PAS 7070.
Continuation of PAS 7080.
Principles of pharmacologic action followed by review of major therapeutic agents in each clinical area. Major systems of the body as related to drugs and diseases.
Continuation of PAS 7100,
Dynamics of alterations in function in response to disease.
Continuation of PAS 7500.
Continuation of PAS 7510.
Advanced training in internal medicine with particular emphasis on both inpatient and outpatient primary care.
Advanced training in the problems associated with gestation, birth, and women's health.
Advanced training in all aspects of the practice of urgent and emergency medicine.
Advanced training in the care of children from birth through adolescence.
Advanced training in the care of patients with psychiatric disorders.
Examination of patients with surgical disorders, arrangement and participation in selected surgical procedures and recommendations for further evaluation and care.
Advanced training in outpatient evaluation of pediatric and adult patients with emphasis on family health, lifespan, and coordination of the health care team.
Rotation specialized to the primary care needs of individual physician assistant students in last phase of clinical training.