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Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside: Course Guidelines. Robert H. Chow, MD PhD USC-Caltech MD-PhD Program Keck School of Medicine. Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside. Seminar course for MD-PhD students Purpose: to introduce a clinical problem and research

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medicine at the benchtop and the bedside course guidelines

Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside: Course Guidelines

Robert H. Chow, MD PhD

USC-Caltech MD-PhD Program

Keck School of Medicine

medicine at the benchtop and the bedside
Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside
  • Seminar course for MD-PhD students
  • Purpose:
    • to introduce a clinical problem and research

related to that problem

    • to introduce the faculty and their research
    • to keep your mind active and curious during the

first two years of med school!

  • Two students present
    • 2nd-yr student presents clinical problem
    • 1st-yr student presents research paper
  • One or two faculty mentors
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Tentative Outline

Friday, September 25, 2009

Faculty facilitator: Dr. Robert Chow

Student facilitator: none

Friday, October 16, 2009

Faculty facilitator/s: Dr. James Weiland and Dr. Rajat Agrawal

Student facilitators: TBA

Friday, October 23, 2009

Faculty facilitator/s: Dr. Peter Jones and TBA

Student facilitators: TBA

Friday, October 30, 2009

Faculty facilitator/s: Dr. Ellis Meng and Dr. Uttam Sinha

Student facilitators: TBA

Friday, November 20, 2009

Faculty facilitator/s: Dr. Shelly Lu and TBA

Student facilitators: TBA

Friday, December 4, 2009

Faculty facilitator/s: Dr. Andrea Armani and Dr. Jane Emerson

Student facilitators: TBA

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Following this slide are two sets of slides which can serve as templates for the student presentations
  • The mentor(s) may decide that an alternative format is preferable, in which case follow the mentors’ guidelines
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Template for Clinical Presentation

For Medicine at the Benchtop

and Bedside

Robert H. Chow

Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute

history of
History of
  • if there are juicy tidbits about the history of this clinical problem or the research…
case presentation
Case Presentation
  • Chief complaint
  • History of presenting illness
  • Physical Examination
  • Pertinent laboratory findings
clinical presentation symptoms signs
Clinical Presentation: Symptoms/Signs
  • What is difference between a symptom and a sign?
  • In detail, typical presenting symptoms and signs
diagnosis
Diagnosis
  • Pathognomonic signs/symptoms
  • Lab tests
  • Possible springboard for the research part of this seminar
differential diagnosis
Differential Diagnosis
  • Here, you list and discuss other diagnoses that should be considered for the presenting signs/symptoms
natural history
Natural history
  • The clinical course of the disease/ illness when no treatment is given
  • Possible springboard for research portion of seminar
epidemiology
Epidemiology
  • Characteristics at population level
  • Possible springboard for research portion of seminar
etiology pathogenesis
Etiology/Pathogenesis
  • May review pertinent anatomy/ physiology here
  • Possible springboard for the research part of this seminar
therapy response
Therapy/Response
  • Current approach to therapy
  • Scientific basis of therapy (or lack thereof !) -- another springboard for the reseach part of the seminar
template for research paper presentation for medicine at the benchtop and bedside

Template for Research Paper Presentation For Medicine at the Benchtop and Bedside

Robert H. Chow

Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute

title of article

Title of Article

Authors (at least the first and last)

Institutional Affiliation(s)

major hypothesis or question
Major Hypothesis or Question
  • Subhypothesis/ subquestion 1
  • Subhypothesis/ subquestion 2
  • Etc.
background
Background
  • Short rationale or history of study of this hypothesis
preparation
Preparation
  • Which animal/ tissue/ cell type used for the study
  • Any relevant details about the preparation, particularly justification for using this preparation
materials and methods
Materials and Methods
  • Method(s) used to perform study
  • Approach to analysis
result 1
Result 1
  • Usually a figure clipped from paper
result 2
Result 2
  • Another figure…
  • It’s not necessary to review every figure in the paper, just the ones you want to focus on
  • Etc.
author s conclusions
Author’s Conclusions
  • Summarize what the authors state is the important conclusion(s) of the paper
critique of paper
Critique of Paper
  • Similar to review of submitted manuscript or grant proposal
  • Evaluate the paper:
    • Author’s expertise
    • Validity of approach/ model/ methods
    • Quality of data
    • Validity of analysis
    • Validity of conclusions
    • Thoughts on how the study might have been improved

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    • Ideas on how to follow up on the findings of the paper…