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Abortion: Quality Care and Public Health Implications

Abortion is a common experience for reproductive-aged women around the world. In the US, half of all pregnancies are unintended and half of these end in abortion. (Finer 2013) more


Caries Management by Risk Assessment (CAMBRA)

Dental Caries (tooth decay) is a bacterially based disease that progresses when acid produced by bacterial action on dietary fermentable carbohydrates travels into the tooth and more


Clinical Problem Solving

Clinical problem solving or diagnostic reasoning is the skill that physicians use to understand a patient’s complaints and then to identify a short, prioritized list of possible more


Collaboration and Communication in Healthcare: Interprofessional Practice

Interprofessional collaborative practice is key to safe, high quality, accessible, patient-centered care. This course aims to introduce health professions learners to the more


Contraception: Choices, Culture and Consequences

This course gives a broad overview of contraceptive methods and explores issues that influence contraceptive choices today. We will discuss the mechanism of action, more


Diabetes: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Opportunities

Over a dozen faculty from UC San Francisco's Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, and Dentistry will present on topics including the epidemiology, diagnosis, nutritional more


Ethical and Social Challenges of Genomic and Precision Medicine

This seven week, inter-disciplinary course provides an introduction to ethical, legal, social, and policy issues that arise in the translation of genomic knowledge into medical and more


Genomic and Precision Medicine

Precision medicine has the potential to change fundamentally how health care is practiced, but requires a health care workforce that understands the complexities of this field. One more


Introduction to Clinical Neurology

Course Co-Directors: Daniel Lowenstein, MD Andy Josephson, MD Wade Smith, MD, PhD Instructors: John Engstrom, MD Jill Ostrem, MD Maulik Shah, MD Neurologic diseases are common more


Nutrition for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

This course covers the basics of normal nutrition for optimal health outcomes and evidence-based diets for a variety of diseases. Participants will learn the fundamentals of more


Poisonings in the Home and Community: Assessment and Emergency Response

Clinical Toxicology: Poisons in the Home and Community will cover clinical assessment & emergency response. Here are the overall learning objectives for this course: 1. more


Understanding Research: An Overview for Health Professionals

This course looks at the various aspects of research as it pertains to health. The course objectives are as follows: Summarize the format of research articles and the research more

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