Presented on Wednesday, September 27th at 11:30-12:30 (CST)
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has historically utilized case-based learning for core clerkship students. Recently, an interdisciplinary team reconceptualized the learning modality and created The Sciences and Art of Medicine Integrated (SAMI), an undifferentiated patient case-based course that runs in parallel to core clinical rotations. SAMI walks students through the discovery of a patient case through a simulated encounter and uses specifically designed tools to promote integration of basic, clinic, and health system sciences. These tools provide the opportunity for learners to consider the impact of SDH on the development, treatment, and care delivery for individual patients.
During this webinar we discussed:
- The development of an undifferentiated patient case-based course
- Tools developed to help learners provide targeted treatments and consider the complex nature of care delivery, with a focus on the incorporation of SDH
- Lessons learned, changes implemented, and future directions of the curriculum
Elizabeth Painter, PsyD, MSCP
Elizabeth Painter, PsyD, MSCP serves as a Clinical Instructor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. She also works as Health Psychologist at the VA Northeast Ohio Health System in Polytrauma/Neurology and Chronic Pain Management. She specializes in curricular development, reflection, and communication skills, and has a specific interest in developing innovate curriculum focused on Social Determinants of Health (SDH).
Hosted by the National Collaborative for Education to Address the Social Determinants of Health