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Modular Curriculum?

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It means instead of taking separate courses in pharmacology, physiology, anatomy, micro over a semester each module is on one organ system (or topic like psych, peds, EM). For example you will spend two weeks on the anatomy, pathophysiology, pharmacology, clinical exams, diseases and treatments for the renal system and take a comprehensive exam at the end of the module.  Then on Monday a new module will start on the hepatic system, or on cardio, or emergency medicine, etc.  


Here is the link for exactly what a Clinical Module covers:


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