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In the News
We are excited to announce the launch of our second physical exam mobile learning app, the UCSF Musculoskeletal Exam Tutor App for the iPhone and iPad!It presents an innovative approach to learning the musculoskeletal physical exam, with clinical cases and a library of real patient videos, to help you perfect your understanding and execution of the MSK exam.
The UCSF Bridges Curriculum will leverage the power of medical education to advance health care today while preparing graduates for their roles as transformational 21st Century Physicians. We will educate our medical students to embrace the roles and responsibilities of the 21st century physician: a collaborative physician who is deeply committed to providing the highest quality care for today’s patients and to advancing medicine and health care for future generations of patients.
iROCKET and the CLE will be getting a new look including a mobile them on August 2. Find out more now and please take a look after August 2!
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Heather Nye, MD, PhD will serve as Course Director for first- and second-year medical student Foundations of Patient Care (FPC) course as of July 1, 2014. Dr. Nye will lead the course overall, in addition to continuing her leadership of the Prologue and physical examination skills portion of FPC. She will continue to be supported by a team of co-directors . . .