Medicina di famiglia

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La Divisione Affari Accademici coordina gli impiegati di medicina di famiglia all'interno del College of Human Medicine.

Gli studenti che completano i corsi offerti dal Dipartimento di Medicina di Famiglia riportano alti livelli di soddisfazione. Molti studenti che scelgono di specializzarsi in Medicina di Famiglia affermano di aver fatto la loro scelta professionale a seguito delle loro esperienze nel Clerkship di Medicina di Famiglia. Sono disponibili elettivi che consentono agli studenti di sperimentare molti aspetti della medicina di famiglia, tra cui pazienti ambulatoriali, ricoverati, geriatria, ricerca, pratica rurale, medicina sportiva e cure palliative.

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Since 1966, the College of Human Medicine has educated physicians and claims a national reputation for its social mission - producing MDs to practice medicine in Michigan's underserved areas. Today th ... Ulteriori informazioni

Since 1966, the College of Human Medicine has educated physicians and claims a national reputation for its social mission - producing MDs to practice medicine in Michigan's underserved areas. Today the college is recognized nationally for its excellence in and commitment to patient-centered medicine. From 1959–61, several reports demonstrated the need for a third medical school in Michigan focused specifically on serving the state's population through direct involvement in community health care. In 1961, the Michigan State Board of Trustees decided to begin a two-year medical program that it would strengthen and be strengthened by complementary areas of the university. The preparatory work was carried by the Institute of Medicine and Biology in the provost's office, under the direction of Bill Knisley, who played a key role in the formation of the College of Human Medicine and the building of MSU's Life Sciences Building. Several grants aided the development of the program and in 1964 the Board of Trustees named Andrew D. Hunt, MD, dean of the College of Human Medicine. Leggi meno