Department of Medicine Course

Affiliation

Name: Sana Waheed
SCID: School of Medicine & Public Health
Department: Department of Medicine
Course Name: Department of Medicine CourseCourse Objectives:CO 1: Compare and contrast the causes, clinical presentation and management of hyponatremia and hypernatremia

CO 2: Compare and contrast the cause of metabolic acidosis and metabolic alkalosis in order to treat patients effectively

CO 3: Compare the causes of acute kidney injury and the management based on the cause in order to treat the reversible causes

CO 4: Compare and contrast the causes, clinical presentation and management of glomerular diseases in order to effectively treat patients

Course Units:

CU1: Sodium and Water
CU2: Acid Base Balance
CU3: Acute Kidney Injury
CU 4: Glomerular Disease

Unit Objectives:

UO1: Students will identify the causes of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome
UO 2: Students will integrate the pathophysiology and morphology with clinical features of diseases presenting with nephrotic syndrome to identify the correct cause based on the history of the patient
UO 3: Students will integrate the pathophysiology and morphology with clinical features of diseases presenting with nephritic syndrome to identify the correct cause based on the history of the patient
UO 4: Students will compare and contrast the presentation of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome in order to make the correct diagnosis of patients
UO 5: Students will value the challenges faced by patients with glomerular disease in their lives

Activity One

Activity:
Description:Online VideoModality: Narrated Powerpoint recorded in the studio listing various causes
Activity Sequence: Pre Class
Objectives Supported: Students will identify the causes of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome
Horton Type: Absorb
Bloom’s Level: Knowledge/ Explain
Evidence: Questions embedded in the powerpoint slide
Time on Task: 120 minutes
Required Knowledge: Different components of the glomerulus
Pedagogical Role: Review the content and record videos in 10 minute chunks with knowledge check questions at the end of each chunk
Social Role: NA
Managerial Role: Passing on the instructions to the content expert
Technical Role: NA
Technical Role: NA

Activity Two

Activity:
Description:Give the students a card to write what was the most difficult concept that they struggled withModality: Muddiest Points
Activity Sequence: Pre Class
Objectives Supported: Students will identify the causes of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome
Horton Type: Do
Bloom’s Level: Knowledge/ Explain
Evidence: Weekly Quiz
Time on Task: 5 minutes
Required Knowledge: Should have reviewed the online videos
Pedagogical Role: Address the questions that remain unanswered after watching the videos
Social Role: NA
Managerial Role: NA
Technical Role: NA
Technical Role: NA

Activity Three

Activity:
Description:Large Group Case Discussion Modality: Large Lecture Room with the instructor and about a 100 (whoever decides to come to class) students and will discuss the simulated cases and ask students to pick an answer with top hat modality and generate discussion points based on their answers
Activity Sequence: In Class
Objectives Supported: Students will integrate the pathophysiology and morphology with clinical features of diseases presenting with nephrotic syndrome Students will integrate the pathophysiology and morphology with clinical features of diseases presenting with nephritic syndrome
Horton Type: Do/Connect
Bloom’s Level: Apply/Analyze
Evidence: TopHat Questions in Session Weekly Quiz
Time on Task: 50 minutes
Required Knowledge: Causes of Nephrotic and Nephritic syndromes and their presentation
Pedagogical Role: Watch the online videos for the preparation of the case discussions to better understand student questions
Social Role: Facilitate discussion in an environment where students can discuss why they picked an answer which was wrong as that will be the main way to have an active discussion
Managerial Role: NA
Technical Role: Ensure familiarity with tophat so that the in class sessions can progress smoothly
Technical Role:

Activity Four

Activity:
Description:Patient VisitModality: In the lecture hall, have four patients come in to share their stories
Activity Sequence: Post Class
Objectives Supported: Students will value the challenges faced by patients with glomerular disease in their lives
Horton Type: Connect
Bloom’s Level: Evaluate
Evidence: Summative Exam
Time on Task: 60 minutes
Required Knowledge: Know how to respectfully ask questions from patients
Pedagogical Role: Model behavior on how to interact with students
Social Role: Facilitate the discussion between the students and the patients so that the students can ask pertinent questions in a respectful fashion
Managerial Role: NA
Technical Role: NA
Technical Role: NA

Activity Five

Activity:
Description:Medium Group Case Based DiscussionsModality: Have 5 cluster class rooms with 35-40 students in each cluster room with 6 tables (6-7 students per table) with an instructor in each room. At the beginning of the sessions, students will have a mini quiiz of three questions with multiple choice answers to assess their understanding of material discussed in the class. Students will be given cases that they work through on every table and then report and share each other’s finding
Activity Sequence: Post Class
Objectives Supported: Students will compare and contrast the presentation of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome
Horton Type: Do/Connect
Bloom’s Level: Apply/Analyze
Evidence: Clicker Question Weekly Quiz Summative Exam
Time on Task: 110 minutes
Required Knowledge: The causes of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome and their presentation
Pedagogical Role: Allowing students to struggle through wrong concepts till they arrive to the right conclusion
Social Role: Facilitate medium group discussions so that each student is taking part and they do not feel intimidated
Managerial Role: Instructions on best practices regarding leading medium group discussions with other instructors so that we are all on the same page
Technical Role: Ensure familiarity with tophat
Technical Role:

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