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Catalog 2013-2014 
    
Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ELECT EOEMB - Family Medicine Rotation in Emergency Medicine


DIRECTOR FOURTH YEAR DEPARTMENT COURSES: Tammy Baudoin M.D.
ELECTIVE DIRECTORS: Euil Luther, M.D.
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT: Melissa Joy Reger, 675.5347
LOCATION: E.A.Conway Medical Center - Monroe, LA
NUMBER OF STUDENTS PER 4 WEEK BLOCK: 1
SELECTIVE AVAILABLE DURING BLOCKS: All
COURSE CODE: EOEMB
Contact Megan Moore for Housing
(318) 330-7650 / mmoor7@lsuhsc.edu

1 credit

Primary Goals:

To provide student’s experience in the application of essential Family Medicine skills, attitudes, and knowledge in an emergency room setting.

 

 

Specific Objectives:

 Students will develop their skills in obtaining problem pertinent medical history and physical exam findings relative to the common disorders encountered in Emergency Medicine.

 Students will develop their skills as clinicians in the Emergency Room as they develop an assessment and plan on their patients.

 Students will be able to discuss documentation requirements with the Family Medicine faculty to learn the appropriate recording of medical information.

 Students will be able to discuss how the following relate to the successful emergency medicine practice: the doctor- patient relationship, continuity of care, the health care team, appropriate consultations, and emergency care.

 Students will be able to compare the effects of social and cultural variables on the health of patients in the

Emergency Room.

 Students will extend their knowledge of fundamental principles of medicine and specific disease entities through conferences, reading and other self-study learning modalities; and be able to discuss practical applications of that information.

 Students will gain exposure in and experience with common medical and surgical procedures performed in an emergency room setting.

 

 

 

 

Resources for Learning:

 Participating Faculty: Course director, LSUHSC Family Medicine Faculty.

 Texts: As recommended by assigned preceptor.

 Hands-on Experience: Supervised evaluation and management of patients in an emergency room setting.

 Computer Assisted Instruction: Library research

 Directed Readings: As recommended by assigned preceptor.

 Self-Directed Learning: Focused review of topics directly related to patient care utilizing library and online resources.


 




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Pass/Fail