By completing MedU, students develop the ability to:
- Demonstrate the knowledge and clinical reasoning skills needed for
- Diagnosing and managing patient problems and
- Providing effective health maintenance and anticipatory guidance outlined in the respective national core curricula.
- Identify important elements of the history, physical examination and tests, and use these to create focused differential diagnoses for patient problems as outlined in the respective national core curricula.
- Apply the principles of evidence-based medicine and high-value cost-conscious care for patient problems as outlined in the respective national core curricula.
By completing MedU, students learn:
- To demonstrate respect and communicate effectively with patients, families and medical professionals.
- About working effectively as a member of an inter-professional team.
- Self-directed learning and self-assessment skills to further their foundational knowledge and clinical reasoning skills development.