The EBM I & II courses will become part of the Health Systems & Community I-IV courses for the College of Medicine beginning the 2019-2020 academic year. P1 students will take the Pharmacy Evidence Based Medicine course beginning the 2019-2020 academic year. This guide will available to students as a resource until the class of 2022 graduates.
Mid-Course Feedback from Students
We welcome constructive feedback from students. There are multiple ways that students can provide mid-course feedback to the course directors.
How can you provide feedback?
The Academic Support Staff are available to help you maximize your learning.
Learning Center Staff:
Craig Theissen,M.Ed., Director, Learning Center, firstname.lastname@example.org 330-325-6758
Dyann Whaley, M.Ed., Assistant Director, Learning Center (Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy), email@example.com 330-325-6771
Outline of Learning Center Services:
Resources-provided on AIMS_Learning Center: study skills, licensure prep, ESL, LASSI, tutoring
At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to perform the following ability-based outcomes.