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CP3220:Fundamentals of Clinical Reasoning


Lecture hours: 2
Lab hours: 0
Hours: 30
Credit hours: 2



This course serves as an introduction to the clinical reasoning process and biostatistics through the utilization of a case-based learning format. The students will apply their accumulated basic science knowledge to clinical cases, with particular emphasis on neuroanatomy and general pathology. They will learn to formulate differential diagnoses. The use of standardized patients in both teaching and assessment enhances the learning process.

PREREQUISITES: General Pathology, Cellular, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiology, Gross Anatomy & Embryology II, Spinal Biomechanics

COREQUISITE: Human Neuroanatomy

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