FIM2 2005 Foundations Med II (2 Credit Hours)
Foundations in Medicine II serves as the clinical counterpart to the basic science courses. This course is tasked with ensuring you are introduced to each of Tulane's institutional competency domains, whose mastery is critical in your journey toward competency as a practicing physician.
FIM2 5005 Social Contexts in Medicine (1 Credit Hour)
Social Contexts in Medicine is a longitudinal in which students perform interdisciplinary care coordination for vulnerable patients. Students will attend lectures, trainings, and perform home visits with vulnerable patients throughout the year.
FIM2 5007 Intro to Medical Education (1 Credit Hour)
Students in this elective will learn the principles of designing medical education curriculum including needs assessments, writing learning objectives using Bloom's taxonomy, developing content, and evaluation strategies. This is a hands-on elective in which participants will actually work on a small portion of the curriculum. If designed well projects may be selected for inclusion as a pilot in the larger curriculum, the students may have the opportunity to create a scholarly product (ie., poster) for submission to a conference.
FIM2 5205 Service Learning Leadership (1 Credit Hour)
Students who serve in major leadership roles in service learning organizations will participate in program development and administration, technology innovation and product development, and resource procurement activities under the guidance of the course director. Students participating in this elective will gain experience in leadership and community involvement.