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									                                                                    Instructional Plan Template

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* Educational Program Goals, Keck School of Medicine
1. Fundamental Knowledge Base Demonstrate mastery of the knowledge base that represents the core content of the medical curriculum.
2. Effective Communication (with instructors, peers, patients, families, and health care team members).Work collaboratively with others.
3. Using Basic Science in the Practice of Medicine Use basic and clinical science information in analyzing and solving clinical problems.
4. Basic Clinical Skills Obtain an appropriate history, perform a physical examination, accurately interpret clinical procedures and laboratory tests.
5. Diagnosis, Management and Prevention Diagnose, manage, and prevent the common health problems of individuals, families, and communities.
6. Problem Solving Recognize a problem and take appropriate steps to address it in a rational decision-making processes.
7. Social and Community Contexts of Health Care Demonstrate knowledge of the social and community contexts of health care and be able to respond to the many factors that
    influence health, disease, and disability including the sociocultural, familial, psychological, economical, environmental, legal, political, and spiritual aspects.
8. Ethical Judgment Recognize the ethical dimensions of medical practice and health policy. Be able to identify alternatives in difficult ethical choices, analyze the conflicting
    considerations, and execute a course of action that takes into account the ethical complexities
9. Self-Awareness, Self-Care and Personal Growth Seek help and advice when needed and develop personally appropriate coping strategies. Accurately hear and appropriately
    respond to constructive criticism.
10. Lifelong Learning Search for, and use independently, resources in the relevant basic sciences to help explain or solve a clinical problem or phenomenon. Identify and critique
    sources of information for the purpose of increasing knowledge and improving medical decision making and skills, e.g. peer-reviewed journal articles, electronic resources
    such as the web and computer tutorials, and seeking help from experienced colleagues.

** Types of Objectives
        (K)nowledge (Recall and Comprehension—students identify relationships among ideas or paraphrase information)
        (A)pplication (students apply new rules, procedures, data, and formulas to unfamiliar situations)
        (P)roblem solving (students analyze and synthesize information in order to draw conclusions)
        (B)ehaviors and attitudes (Professional attitudes and habits—usually “caught” rather than taught)
        (S)kill (Technical, interpersonal, and communication skills)

*** Instructional Methods:                                                                   **** Assessment Methods:
        1. Large group (emphasis on learners listening/recording)                                     1. Written exam
        2. Large group (emphasis on learners interacting/discussing)                                  2. Practical exam
        3. Demonstration/role model                                                                   3. Questioning by instructor
        4. Laboratory Exercise                                                                        4. Critique of student presentation
        5. Patient Encounter                                                                          5. Direct observation
        6. Small group activity (fewer than 10 people/group)                                          6. Clinical performance exam (OSCE, OSCA, CPX)
        7. Skill practice by learners                                                                 7. Review of written assignment (journal/log book/case)
        8. Instructor directed readings                                                               8. Attitude questionnaire
        9. Learner selected readings                                                                  9. Peer evaluation
        10. Computer-based exercise                                                                   10. Self-assessment
        11. Independent learning assignment                                                           11. No assessment
                                                                                             Note: 1-8 to be recorded
                                            Hematology/Clinical Immunology Instructional Plan

    System         Learner              **       *                 Content                           ***                When student will       ****
     Topic         Objective           Type     Keck                                            Instructional            learn content      Assessment
                                        of                                                        Methods                                    Methods
A            Elicit appropriate         K        7     Psychological and social effects   2                            1/7/02               8
Immune       history questions          B        4     of HIV on patient and family.      (PPP HIV case)               (Levine)             1
             when communicating                  1     Learner discussion of what they    Dr. Levine will give brief   8-8:30 am
Mechanism    with HIV patients                         know about populations at risk     patient presentation
             and their families.                       for HIV, clinical symptoms, and    followed by class
             Describe HIV in                           medical complications.             discussion.
             general terms.
B            Describe the formed        K        1     Microanatomy of the                1                            1/7/02               1
             elements in the                           hematopoietic and immune                                        (Dixon)
             peripheral blood and                      systems. Heamatopoietic                                         9-10:30 am
             the architecture and                      marrow architecture; Contents
             formed elements of                        and function of marrow stroma;
             bone marrow.                              Marrow circulation; Adhesion
             Recognize the                             and egress of marrow cells
             histologic appearance                     Hematopoietic stem cell concept
             of normal lymph                                A. Myeloid stem cell
             nodes, spleen, tonsil,                         B. B. Lymphoid (immune)
             and thymus                                          stem cell
                                                       Growth factors and control of
                                                            A. Multi-lineage growth
                                                            B. Lineage specific growth
C            Describe methods by        K        1     Diagnosis of infectious disease:   2                            1/7/02               1
             which various              A        2     serology, culture, molecular       (Students will work in       (Taylor)             10
             infectious agents are      P        3     diagnostics.                       diads to discuss methods.    10:30 am - noon
             diagnosed in the                    4     (Students expected to read         Audience response system
             laboratory.                               handout posted on MedWeb           will poll student
             Choose appropriate                        prior to attending session)        responses to various
             methods for                                                                  questions and problems)
             diagnosis of selected
             infectious diseases.
    System         Learner              **       *                 Content                        ***                When student will            ****
     Topic         Objective           Type     Keck                                         Instructional            learn content           Assessment
                                        of                                                     Methods                                         Methods
D            Identify formed            A        4     Formed elements in peripheral   2 (with audience response    1/7/02                   1 or 2
             elements in the            S              blood and bone marrow.          system)s or 4                (Dixon)
             peripheral blood and                                                      Students identify            1-2 pm
             bone marrow when                                                          peripheral blood and bone
             viewed on a slide.                                                        marrow cells on slides.
E            Given a case of            K        1     3 pre-assigned cases            6                            1/7/02                   9
             infectious disease,        A        2     (1 PPP case)                    9                            Self Study/Meet with     10
             construct a problem        P        3                                     11                           peers to discuss cases
             list and possible                   4                                                                  2 pm– 5 pm
             hypotheses. Search                  6
             for information to                 10
             support hypotheses.
F            Competently                B        2     Communication and interview     3                            1/8/02                   3
             interview patient with     S        4     skills.                         5                            ICM                      5
             HIV demonstrating          A        7                                     6                            8 am – noon              6
             sensitivity and                     9                                     7                                                     8
             expressing empathy p                                                      (Interview real patient or                            9
             in communication.                                                         SP)                                                   10
                                                System Instructional Plan
System   Learner Objective      **        *          Content              ***        When student will       ****
 Topic                        Type of    Keck                        Instructional   learn content and   Assessment
                             Objective                                 Methods           Instructor       Methods

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