Interdisciplinary (INDP)

INDP 100  — Inter Professional Appreciation and Caring Communities  
0-1 credits  
INDP 100A  — Inter Professional Education  

The Interprofessional Education course is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. In the first academic year, through a variety of interprofessional education events, medical learners will work with other healthcare professional disciplines to gain a better understanding of the roles, functions, overlap, and differences of each of these professions. Likewise, through this course, learners will gain experience to aid in working in a team environment, while developing shared values for patient-centered care with other professionals.

.5 credits  
INDP 100B  — Inter Professional Education  

The Interprofessional Education course is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. In the first academic year, through a variety of interprofessional education events, medical learners will work with other healthcare professional disciplines to gain a better understanding of the roles, functions, overlap, and differences of each of these professions. Likewise, through this course, learners will gain experience to aid in working in a team environment, while developing shared values for patient-centered care with other professionals.

.5 credits  
INDP 100C  — Inter Professional Education  

The Interprofessional Education course is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. In the first academic year, through a variety of interprofessional education events, medical learners will work with other healthcare professional disciplines to gain a better understanding of the roles, functions, overlap, and differences of each of these professions. Likewise, through this course, learners will gain experience to aid in working in a team environment, while developing shared values for patient-centered care with other professionals.

.5 credits  
INDP 100G  — Inter Professional Appreciation and Caring Communities  

In this course, students from various health care professional programs work together to discuss and investigate approaches to solving health care-related issues as an interprofessional, collaborative team. The course consists of six 2-hour sessions spread over a single academic year. Students meet in the lecture hall, as well as in small groups with a faculty facilitator to discuss issues including medical ethics, team-work and leadership in health care delivery, cultural/religious competency, medical errors and prescription and non-prescription drug abuse and opioid addiction.

0-1 credits  
INDP 100M  — Inter Professional Appreciation and Caring Communities  
0-1 credits  
INDP 103  — When Cultures Meet  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 104  — Leadership and Managing Change  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 105  — Evidence Based Med Pop Hlth Ag  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 108  — Impairment  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 109  — Self Care with COVID  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 113  — Inter-Professional Research Journal Articles  
0 credits  
INDP 114  — Domestic Violence  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 115  — Substance Use and Misuse  
0, 0 credits  
INDP 116  — Caregiving  
0 credits  
INDP 117  — Palliative Care  
0 credits  
INDP 118  — Sexual Orientation and Gender  
0 credits  
INDP 120  — Disaster Planning and Mngmnt  
0 credits  
INDP 121  — Ethical dilemmas in Healthcare  
0 credits  
INDP 200A  — Interprofessional Education  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

.5 credits  
INDP 200AG  — Int Approach to Caring for Pat  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

1 credits  
INDP 200AM  — Interprofessional Education  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

.5 credits  
INDP 200B  — Interprofessional Education  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

.5 credits  
INDP 200BG  — Int Approach to Caring for Pat  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

1 credits  
INDP 200BM  — Interprofessional Education  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

.5 credits  
INDP 200C  — Interprofessional Education  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

.5 credits  
INDP 200CG  — Int Approach to Caring for Pat  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

1 credits  
INDP 200CM  — Interprofessional Education  

Interprofessional Education (all 3 campuses this year and going forward) This course is provided in the second year of the Interprofessional Education curriculum, which is a 4-year longitudinal program that affords medical learners the opportunity to gain an understanding of how to function as a future physician and as a member of a healthcare team. This course sequence reinforces principles introduced in INDP 100abc, and emphasizes the development of skills in clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural competency.

.5 credits  
INDP 200G  — Inter-Professional Approach to Caring in Commun  

In this year-long course, second-year Osteopathic Medical students and Pharmacy students work together in patient simulations and general session on special patient populations to discuss and deliver appropriate healthcare. Students meet in small groups to solve health care–related clinical problems. The course utilizes discussion and simulations of clinical situations involving an interprofessional and team approach to clinical problem solving. With assistance from faculty and staff facilitators, students will work in small groups, to resolve simulated clinical problems and cases. These simulations and special patient population cases will give students the opportunity to put into practice skills they learned in INDP -100G and their respective programs. These skills include: clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural and religious competency.

0 credits  
INDP 200M  — Inter-Professional Appr Caring Patient  
0 credits  
INDP 300G  — Inter Professional Education  

In this course, third-year Osteopathic Medical students and Pharmacy students work together in general session on patient case to discuss and deliver appropriate healthcare. Students meet in small groups to solve health care–related clinical problems. The course utilizes discussion of clinical situations involving an interprofessional and team approach to clinical problem solving. With assistance from faculty and staff facilitators, students will work in small groups, to resolve clinical problems and cases. These cases will give students the opportunity to put into practice skills they learned in INDP -100G and 200G, and their respective programs. These skills include: clinical knowledge, communication skills, teamwork, ethical decision making, and cultural and religious competency.

0 credits  
INDP 300M  — Inter Professional Education  
0 credits