MEDH 2060 ART AND SCIENCE OF MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING (3 credits)
The course explores multiple facets of medical decision-making, including the perspective of the patient, the family, and the healthcare provider. Topics include basic anatomy and medical terminology, which will be used to understand decision-making in the context of the provider. Students use literature and other records to generate and critically evaluate clinical decisions. The course does not satisfy requirements for degree programs in the Department of Biology minor, BA, BS in Biology; BS in Biotechnology. (Cross-listed with BIOL 2060).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): BIOL 1060 or concurrent.