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Our students upon graduation and entrance into their respective professional life will be spending most of their time in clinical environment whether in hospitals or clinics.
With this understanding at GreenHeart we have designed and continuously improve our curriculum and develop educational and learning products towards providing our students with a diverse approach in learning and knowledge retention
The importance of an early exposure to a clinical setting not only encourages students to acquire basic understanding of clinical environment but also provides a base towards better understanding of foundation building pre-clinical courses
GMU students during different stages of their education are facilitated and provided access to a number of innovative educational and learning products
Longitudinal Clinical Care Experience (LCCE)
From the very first year of their professional education our medical and nursing students at the pre-clinical level are exposed to Early Clinical Experience for a practical clinical structure experience via LCCE practical product.
Under this approach our pre-clinical students are given an early exposure to clinical environment, procedures and patient interaction by rotationally pairing them with clinical level students, medical faculty and different private preceptors on weekly basis.
These skills are introduced during the student's first venture into the curriculum and then taught and evaluated during course of their education increasing each year with maximum exposure in the final semesters.
Community Clinical Service
Health status and socio-economic factors in communities demonstrate a great need. At GreenHeart we understand our responsibility towards the importance of incorporating a sense of Social Contract of medicine & health care into the education of medical and nursing students.
GreenHeart medical and nursing student under the supervision University administrators, clinical preceptors and faculty are required to respond to these needs through involvement in community services as a part of curricular emphasis.
Pre-clinical students are involved in community services via medical fair and other participation which includes practical work in basic medical examination and tests under standardizing supervision of faculty physicians and senior clinical level students. This approach not only prepares our students towards what is to come but also intrigues their interest towards better understanding of foundation courses.
An important aspect of Clinical Training is provide medical students with a "Clinical Skills Foundation Development"
Medical educationalist remained focus on the emphasis of strong basic medical foundation prior to clinical training when until recently an overall poor assessment in learning objectives acquisition by 3rd year medical students in United States was noted.
Procedural Skills Observation (PSO)
In keeping up to date with latest developments in educational techniques, GMU allows access to its qualified students to PSO program that offers high quality imagery, animation and audio commentary during final stages of pre-clinical training sessions.
This ensures that students have acquired a better understanding with sufficient clarity on what to expect during their clinical phase before starting their clerkships.
CLINICAL CLERKSHIP LEVEL:
Standardized Clinical Simulation (SCS)
Along with the skills, attitudes and behaviors learned through core clerkships and outside clinical clerkship level, students are given the opportunity to practice their skills in a safe, controlled environment that includes using coached actors to simulate actual patient care and experience.
SCS provides a good platform in advance for our students attempting USMLE Clinical Skills Assessment Test by preparing them in necessary skills and United States based objective standardized clinical examination and history taking.