Clinical Medicine II (MEDC 216.18)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
MEDC 216 01 September 2017 Jennifer Chlan-Fourney
MEDC 216 R02 September 2017 Jennifer Chlan-Fourney
MEDC 216 01 September 2016 Unknown Unknown
MEDC 216 02 September 2016 Unknown Unknown


This course is an integration of four of the eleven human body systems modules running over Terms 2, 3, and 4. The three modules explored in this course include: Neurology, Musculoskeletal, and Nephrology/Urology. Students will learn to care for patients with common and/or urgent medical conditions by acquiring and applying knowledge and clinical reasoning skills to generate reasonable differential diagnoses and management plans, select and interpret appropriate investigations, and explain the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of the subject conditions. Major vertical themes will be emphasized. Students will be prepared to enter their clerkship where they will expand and deepen their knowledge and skills in these areas.


M.D. program only; in appropriate year of study only.


MEDC 115.18

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