Course: MD 560 - Generations
Generations organizes studies in reproduction and development including embryology, aging and death through lessons that integrate cell metabolism, endocrinology, normal and pathologic anatomy, pharmacology, physiology, pathophysiology, the physical examination and related interviewing, diagnostic testing and imaging. This course examines variations in presentation of illness, metabolism and etiology across cultures and ages. The course is organized into five Epochs that investigate relevant topic across the life cycle. In addition, four themes run longitudinally through the course, including those related to families and family dynamics, death and dying, disability, and sexuality and sexual health.
- Course Director
Charlotte Reback, MD
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
- Course Coordinator
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