2020/21 Undergraduate Module Catalogue
MEDI3217 Campus to Clinic 3
Module manager: Shireen McKenzie
Taught: Semesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun) View Timetable
Year running 2020/21
Pre-requisite qualificationsSuccessful completion of years 1-2 of MBChB. For students entering via alternative routes, evidence of satisfactory teaching and academic attainment is mandatory.
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This module is not approved as a discovery module
ObjectivesOn completion of this module, students should be able to ...
Year 3 specific objectives
1) Recognise how conditions present in hospital and primary care, with core clinical conditions as examples.
2) Formulate a hypothesis regarding diagnosis and how to apply and correctly interpret simple investigations.
3) Formulate a shared management plan, including the basic principles of safe prescribing, recognising the importance of forming a negotiated plan with the patient.
4) Demonstrate awareness of the different organisational settings in which medicine is practised.
Professionalism & key attributes
1) Clearly demonstrate professionalism and appropriate behaviour in a clinical setting.
2) Recognition of the importance of patient safety and demonstrate this in practice.
3) Shows respect towards patients and carers, appreciating the part they play in care.
4) Demonstrates empathy and an understanding of patient and carer perspectives.
5) Shows self-awareness and the ability to reflect.
6) Work in clinical teams, showing respect for professional colleagues.
The Campus to Clinic Course (CtoC) aims to give a thorough grounding in history taking, physical examination and basic clinical assessment of patients. The module will emphasise the central importance of the patient perspective, through development of excellent communication skills and a respectful and caring approach to clinical evaluation of patients from all backgrounds. Other key components of this course include understanding and application of ethical practice in clinical care, inter-professional and team working and CtoC integrates closely with other ICUs in years 1-3, with particular linkage with IDEALS.
1) The ability to elicit a clinical history which is thorough yet succinct and integrates the patient's perspective.
2) Competence in clinical examination, taking into account patient dignity, privacy, wishes and concerns.
3) The ability to share mutual understanding clearly and effectively, with patients/carers, medical colleagues and other health professionals.
4) Proficiency in a range of basic practical procedures.
Knowledge outcomes include clinical science, prescribing and informatics; and also consultation, ethical/medico-legal practice and management.
1) Recognises how conditions present in hospital and primary care, with learning facilitated by a series of clinical cases.
2) Demonstrates understanding of the pathophysiology underlying these conditions and how this translates into symptoms and signs.
3) Demonstrates an appreciation of the cause and effect of these conditions in the context of a patients life.
4) Maintains confidentiality, understanding the legal and ethical implications of verbal, written and electronically communicated/stored information.
5) Demonstrates an understanding of the role of the basic principles of prescribing, recognising the contribution of the patient.
6) When prescribing become familiar with the use of a standard drug chart.
7) Show the factors involved in safe prescribing.
8) Show the different routes used when prescribing.
9) Use knowledge of prescribing in context with a range of common drugs.
Due to COVID-19, teaching and assessment activities are being kept under review - see module enrolment pages for information
|Delivery type||Number||Length hours||Student hours|
|Private study hours||0.00|
|Total Contact hours||740.00|
|Total hours (100hr per 10 credits)||740.00|
Private studyPlease note that the hours will vary between clinical placement and teaching content. Some of the clinical placements will contain small group (often bedside) teaching. Due to the variability in clinical timetables, the proposal can only illustrate fixed teaching for all students within the Medical School
*Private study is incorporated within programme, and in placements.
Opportunities for Formative FeedbackStudents will be required to document progress through an electronic portfolio throughout the entire CtoC strand, with a range of clinical activities, work place learning (and assessment) and feedback. The portfolio will incorporate access to monitoring and tracking of students progress towards the intended learning outcomes as well as a personal developmental progress log (shared with other ICUs and strands in the MBChB programme). Monitoring of progress in this strand will be following the student support model (with local monitoring and feedback from (clinical) teachers and regular meetings with tutors and groups to look at overall progress periodically within IDEALS) and a review of student progression via examination boards and the Student Progress committee, incorporating academic and personal tutoring mechanisms.
Reading listThe reading list is available from the Library website
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