Family Practice

Name Title Credits School
MAFP 501 Med Interviewing 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 502 Physical Diag 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 503 Basic Life Supp 0.50 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 505 FP I/Hist Med Tm 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 510 Intro Family Prac 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 601 FP II/Prob Solvg 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 602 Inf Control 0.50 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 603 Fp/Medical Skill 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 605 Adv Card Lfe Sup 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 606 Medical Spanish 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 607 Sports Medicine 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 610 Int Prob Solving 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 700 Acad Med Fell I 12.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This course is designed to prepare outstanding medical students to pursue careers in academic medicine including medical education, research, and clinical practice in an academic health care setting. The goal is to expose and provide the medical student with basic teaching skills, research training and experience in health care delivery necessary to become a faculty member in an academic environment. Each student upon completion will (1) develop knowledge and skills in educational research, (2) develop effective verbal and written communication skills, (3) increase the understanding in making up a curriculum and developing academic programs, (4) integrate information technology into medical education, health care delivery and research, and (5) thrive in a career in academic medicine.

MAFP 701 Cl Clk FP Outrch 6.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MAFP 800 Acad Med Fell II 12.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This course is designed to prepare outstanding medical students to pursue careers in academic medicine including medical education, research, and clinical practice in an academic health care setting. The goal is to expose and provide the medical student with basic teaching skills, research training and experience in health care delivery necessary to become a faculty member in an academic environment. Each student upon completion will (1) develop knowledge and skills in educational research, (2) develop effective verbal and written communication skills, (3) increase the understanding in making up a curriculum and developing academic programs, (4) integrate information technology into medical education, health care delivery and research, and (5) thrive in a career in academic medicine.

MAFP 861 Fam Pract III 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med