Clinical Skills Course:
The Clinical Skills course is a longitudinal course designed to create a non-threatening environment for students to learn the doctoring science and art of effective communication skills and its application in patient history taking, physical examination and procedural skills. The course also focuses on the clinical reasoning process that leads to diagnosis and ability to develop an assessment plan. The course will also cover interpretation of basic diagnostic studies, provision of counseling and feedback.
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Qualifications/Minimum Requirement for Instructor
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