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CONJ 401 Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) Linder, Melby
Structure and function of the human body with laboratory work in gross anatomy, histology, and physiology. Primarily for pharmacy doctoral students. Others by special permission of instructors. Prerequisite: BIOL 220; either CHEM 155 or CHEM 162. Offered: A.
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CONJ 402 Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) Linder, Melby
Structure and function of the human body with laboratory work in gross anatomy, histology, and physiology. Primarily for pharmacy doctoral students. Others by special permission of instructors. Prerequisite: CONJ 401. Offered: W.
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CONJ 403 Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) Linder, Melby
Structure and function of the human body with laboratory work in gross anatomy, histology, and physiology. Primarily for pharmacy doctoral students. Others by special permission of instructors. Prerequisite: CONJ 402. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 475 Alcoholism: A Course for Medical Students and Students in the Allied Health Sciences (2) Kivlahan, Samson
For medical students in the allied health sciences in any year that covers an introduction to the epidemiology, diagnostic strategies, natural history, physiologic effects, and treatment of alcohol-related disorders. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 480 Neuroscience for Rehabilitation Professionals (5) Anderson, Mulligan, Slimp
Structure and function of the central nervous system, emphasizing sensorimotor systems and higher integrative functions, coupled with clinical correlations. Required for occupational therapy, physical therapy, and prosthetic/orthotic students. Others by permission.
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CONJ 504 Topics of Molecular Medicine (1.5, max. 5)
Focuses on an important topic in medicine and science. Lectures introduce clinical and basic science background, followed by a seminar/discussion with speakers. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with MOLMED 504; Sp.
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CONJ 505 P-Pain Clinic Preceptorship (1, max. 12)
One morning a week for a total of 30 hours per quarter spent observing patient care in either inpatient or outpatient settings at University of Washington Medical Center; associated readings. Prerequisite: first- or second-year medical student standing. Coordinator: Pain Center.
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CONJ 510 ISCRM Research Updates and Stem Cell Club ([0/1]-, max. 12)
Presents ongoing research at the Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine. Includes diverse subject matter in regenerative medicine, with new, unpublished data, and opportunity to identify collaborations and contacts for discussion, and an understanding of the state of the art. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: jointly with BIOC 510.
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CONJ 511 Genomic Dissection (1) Clark, Horwitz, Shedure
Uses state of the art technology to sequence the genome of a cadaver. Explores the structure of the genome, as well as genetic variants responsible for human individualization and disease. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: A.
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CONJ 512 Scientific Speaking Seminar (1.5) Biggins, Peichel
Teaches how to effectively give a scientific seminar about research. Offered: jointly with MCB 512; W.
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CONJ 513 Clinical Medical and Human Genetics (4) Byers
Rotations through medical genetics clinics for graduate students enrolled in the molecular medicine pathway. Students review clinical data, identify the molecular basis of genetic disorders, and assess how scientific studies have changed the assessment and natural history of these conditions. Limit of four students per quarter. Offered: jointly with MOLMED 513; AWSp.
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CONJ 514 Molecular Medicine (1.5, max. 3) Eary, Rosen
Introduces how basic sciences impact the practice of medicine, using patient case histories to introduce key areas of clinical research and investigative medicine. Topics include cancer biology; drug development; gene- and cell-based therapeutics; inflammation and host response; vascular disease; and obesity and weight regulation. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Offered: jointly with MOLMED 514; W.
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CONJ 515 Interdisciplinary Health and Human Services Delivery in Rural Communities (1) House
Provides opportunities for students in health and human services to explore current trends and issues of service delivery in rural communities. Demographics, economics, community structure, culture, and professional/personal issues are addressed. Field trip fee. Prerequisite: major standing in a health or human services profession. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 516 What Every Physician Should Know About Oral Health (1) Lewis, Mouradian, Slayton
Didactic elective for students interested in understanding oral health and its relationship to systemic health. Special interest to students planning careers in primary care, public health, or who are likely to practice in rural or underserved communities. Includes weekly seminars and clinical demonstrations. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 524 Structural Basis of Signal Transduction (1.5) Xu
Focuses on the structure-function relationship of key enzymes in signal transduction (protein/lipid kinases; phosphatases etc.) and the structural consequences of protein phophorylation. Teaches students to look into critical structural details using PC or Mac. Prerequisite: undergraduate course in biochemistry and basic cell biology, or permission of instructor. Offered: W.
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CONJ 526 Introduction to Systems Biology and Quantitative Approaches to Biomedical Sciences (1.5) Aitchison
Covers philosophy of systems biology, experimental design, and the linkages between discovery and hypothesis driven science. Reviews quantitative systems biology tools for genomics, proteomics, modeling and data integration, and emerging technologies. Offered: W.
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CONJ 529 Cell Migration (1.5) Cooper, Moens
Explores mechanisms of cell migration in vivo and in cell culture. Discusses the cell biology of different forms of cell migration, the extracellular cues that direct migration, and how these cues are integrated by the migrating cell. Offered: jointly with MCB 529; W.
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CONJ 530 Directing Stem Cells Toward Regenerative Medical (1.5)
An introduction to the rapidly developing field of human embryonic stem cells in regenerative medicine crossing all medical disciplines including ethics. A strong background in biological sciences is required. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 531 Signaling Mechanisms in Excitable Cells (1.5) Hille
Membrane electricity. Structure and roles of voltage-gated and ligand-gated ion channels in electrical signaling. Calcium as a second messenger. Exocytosis and its regulation. Phototransduction in photoreceptors. Prerequisite: comprehensive undergraduate course in general biochemistry and molecular biology, or permission of instructor. Offered: A.
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CONJ 532 Signal Transduction from the Cell Membrane to the Nucleus (1.5) Beavo, Moon, Storm
Intracellular signaling pathways leading from cell membrane receptors to nucleus. Pathways activated by seven transmembrane receptors and G-proteins, insulin/PI3 kinase, nitric oxide and WNTs and mechanisms of signal termination. Cytokine/Jak/Stat signaling and role of subcellular localization in signal transduction. Prerequisite: basic knowledge of biochemistry. Offered: A.
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CONJ 533 The Dynamic Chromosome (1.5) Henikoff, Roth
The chromosome viewed as the ultimate organelle. How chromosomes are maintained and propagated. Epigenetic regulation of genes. Genetic, biochemical , and cytologic methods for understanding chromosome functions. Prerequisite: cell biology, biochemistry, and genetics. Offered: A.
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CONJ 534 Selected Problems in Nervous System Development (1.5)
Introduces students to current issues in developmental neurobiology. Topics include regionalization of the neuroectoderm, mechanisms of neurogenesis, axon patterning and plasticity, and cell death. Not intended to be comprehensive; examines the experimental basis for current views in the field of a few topical issues.
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CONJ 537 Mechanism of Transcriptional Regulations (1.5) Tsukiyama
Biochemical mechanisms of gene transcription covering a broad range of transcriptional regulation, including mechanisms of transcriptional initiation, elongation, and termination. Regulation of transcription by chromatin. Includes a special lecture regarding regulation of transcription in cell growth and differentiation. Offered: A.
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CONJ 538 Genetic Instability and Cancer (1/1.5) Maizels, Monnat
Seminar focusing on molecular pathways that maintain genomic stability in all cells and that carry out programmed changes in genomic structure in the immune system. Special attention devoted to understanding how failure in these pathways leads to genomic instability and malignancy. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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CONJ 539 Modern Approaches to Vaccines (1.5) Fuller
Covers selected topics based on recent publications in viral and bacterial vaccine research. Emphasizes understanding that latest advanced and issues in vaccine discovery, mechanisms of action, and special topics in viral vaccines. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 540 Basic Science of Urologic Complications (3)
Introduction to the multidisciplinary nature of the most common urologic complications ranging from prostate cancer to erectile dysfunction. Covers epidemiology, clinical and surgical treatments, current dogmas and approaches/models in basic study of underlying disease mechanisms, and a journal review of each complication. Prerequisite: biological science course.
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CONJ 541 Molecular Biology of Cellular Processes (1.5) Bornstein
Translational control; cytoskeleton and molecular motors; protein targeting, sorting and secretion; apoptosis; regulation of cell function by extracellular matrix. Prerequisite: comprehensive undergraduate course in biochemistry and molecular biology or permission of instructor. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 542 Development (1.5) Li
Molecular mechanisms of development; molecules and pathways used for the patterning of developing organisms. Similarities and differences in the making of plants, invertebrates, and vertebrates. Prerequisite: comprehensive undergraduate courses in biology, molecular biology, or permission of instructor. Offered: W.
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CONJ 544 Protein Structure, Modification and Regulation (1.5) Stoddard, Strong
Overview of general principles of protein structure, including forces that contribute to folding and stabilization, followed by an extended coverage of the means by which protein structure and function are modified and regulated. Examples from recent developments in protein folding, processing, and allosteric regulation. Prerequisite: introductory biochemistry and cell biology.
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CONJ 545 Molecular Interactions and Medicine (1.5) Verlinde
Forces governing molecular interactions in biology; with a focus on medicine. Principles of computer modeling techniques in use for predicting the molecular behavior of proteins, ligands, and their complexes. In computro ligand discovery; drug design, and the understanding at the atomic level of some genetic diseases. Two computer lab sessions. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 546 Survey of Technologies for Molecular Biology (1.5) Bumgarner
Broad overview of modern technologies used in molecular biology with particular emphasis on DNA sequencing and gene expression. In addition to methods and applications for the technologies, examines the theoretical basis and underlying instrumentation through which these technologies are implemented. Offered: A.
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CONJ 547 Molecular Evolution of Viral-Host Interactions (1.5) Katze
Interactions between viruses and the cells they infect, with special emphasis on evolutionary battle that occurs between the invading virus and its host. Examines new technologies being used to molecularly dissect virus-host interactions. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 548 Modeling Proteins and Proteomes (1.5) Samudrala
Hands-on experience for modeling protein structures, using the models to predict function, and applying the prediction methods to all proteins encoded by an organismal genome. Provides an overview of protein structure, how it mediates function, and its importance for understanding protein interaction networks. Technologies involved for protein structure modeling. Offered: W.
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CONJ 549 Microbial Population Biology (1.5) MIttler
Principles of ecology and evolution as they apply to microorganisms. Prerequisite: advanced undergraduates with permission of instructor. Offered: Sp, even years.
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CONJ 550 P-Clinical Infectious Diseases (3)
Lecture series by faculty members from various departments, authorities in the field of clinically important infectious diseases. Lectures, reading assignments, and handouts emphasize epidemiology, clinical manifestations, laboratory findings, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Oriented for second-year medical students. Credit/no-credit only.
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CONJ 551 Immunity (1.5) Strong
Provides an understanding of the central cellular and molecular players in the mammalian immune system at a level appropriate for the non-specializing graduate student. Selected topics include the molecular basis of B and T cell activation and effector functions and the mechanisms of innate immunity. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 552 Metabolic Flexibility in Biology (1.5)
Small molecules and the ways that chemistry of these molecules facilitates life under changing conditions. Includes systems from microbiology to human physiology to understand aspects of cancer, aging, and animation. Explores topics including bioenergetics/metabolic flux, adaptation, and allometric scaling. Prerequisite: undergraduate organic chemistry and biochemistry.
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CONJ 553 Clinical Management of HIV (2-3) Kim
Provides in-depth case-based training on the diagnosis and clinical management of HIV and associated conditions. Includes interactive format with speakers who have experience in both resource-rich and resource-limited settings. Offered: jointly with G H 573; W.
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CONJ 554 Fundamentals of Hypnosis (1) McCann, Schneeweiss
Examines phenomena associated with hypnosis, as well as its safe use in clinical practice. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 556 Drug Addiction: Mechanisms, Prevention, and Treatment (2) Chavkin
Key advances, insights, methods, and challenges for our understanding of drug addiction from psychological, pharmacological, psychiatric, community prevention, legal, and neurodevelopmental perspectives. Enhances familiarity with the multidisciplinary approaches required to understand addiction as a disease. Offered: A.
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CONJ 557 Microbial Evolution and Ecology (2)
Selected topics in microbial evolution including evolution of the main lines of descent, and bacterial and archaeal speciation and co-speciation, and evidence for early microbial live on Earth. Prerequisite: MICROM 412 or general microbiology background. Offered: ASp.
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CONJ 558 Fundamentals of Prokaryotic Biology (1.5) Harwood, Leigh
Basic principles in prokaryotic cell structure, genomics, and metabolism. Introduction to prokaryotic physiology, bacterial pathogenesis, and microbial ecology.
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CONJ 559 Scientific Ideas at Work (1.5) Gray, Maizels
Examines how basic biomedical research leads to discovery of new therapeutics and diagnostics for treatment of human disease. Considers disease mechanism and impact, need for a drug, preclinical studies, clinical testing and drug approval, and how technology developed in an academic laboratory is translated into a commercial product. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Offered: jointly with MOLMED 559; Sp.
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CONJ 570 Introduction to the Clinical Management of Patients who are Transgender (1)
Covers the steps and protocols providers need to know to provide culturally proficient care for trans identified patients. Credit/no-credit only.
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CONJ 583 Molecular Targets in Cancer Therapy (1.5) Maizels, Monnat
Examines how molecular targets for cancer therapies are discovered and validated. Covers disease mechanisms, need for new therapeutics, how small molecule and antibody therapeutics are identified and developed, and how preclinical studies are used to establish safety and efficacy. Offered: jointly with MOLMED 583; A.
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CONJ 585 Surgical Anatomy (1-3, max. 12) Graney
Guided dissection of selected regions, supplemented by conferences. Offered conjointly by the departments of Biological Structure and Surgery. Prerequisite: permission of department. Coordinator: Department of Biological Structure.
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CONJ 616 P-Prison/Corrections Medicine Clerkship - Washington (*, max. 16)
Covers a wide variety of diseases in a variety of outpatient settings, including urgent care, a chronic care clinic, and a long-term care facility for elderly and medically frail inmates in a men's prison setting. Also includes the option to learn common procedures including suturing, joint injections, skin biopsies, and toenail removals. Prerequisite: completion of the medicine and family medicine required clerkships. Offered: AWSpS.
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CONJ 617 P-Subinternship in Neurocritical Care Medicine (8)
As sub-interns on the Neurocritical Care Service, students learn about critical illness, focusing on neurosurgical critical illness. Through direct patient care responsibilities, students gain experience managing traumatic brain injury, acute spinal cord injury, acute cerebral hemorrhage, and other common critical-care issues. Offered: AWSpS.
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CONJ 625 Global Health Clinical Elective (*, max. 24)
Provides a better understanding of the challenges of providing medical care in international resource-limited settings. Students spend a minimum of 5 weeks at a developing county medical center, with the goal of learning more about the local burden of disease and strategies for diagnosis and treatment. Prerequisite: fourth year medical students. Offered: WSp.
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CONJ 626 Global HIV Medicine Elective (10-20, max. 20) Chung
Prepares health profession students for work in developing countries. Includes experience treating HIV-positive patients in resources-poor settings, analyzing the relationship between poverty and health, recognizing tropical diseases that are common Sub-Saharan Africa or Southeast Asia, and understanding the epidemiology of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa or Southeast Asia. Offered: AWSpS.
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CONJ 630 P-Write Chronic Care Clerkship (8)
Basic clinical clerkship for students enrolled in the WRITE Program. Prerequisite: approved by the WRITE committee.
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CONJ 655 P-CHRONIC CARE/OLYMPIA (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 656 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Cheyenne, WY (8)
Exposure to palliative care. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 657 P-Chronic Care/Pain - VAPSHCS - Seattle, WA (8)
Exposure to pain management. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 658 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Providence Spokane (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 659 P-Chronic Care/Geriatrics - Missoula VHC (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, pain management, and geriatrics. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 660 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Group Health Everett (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 661 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Coeur d-Alene (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 662 P-Chronic Care/Alaska - Fairbanks APCA (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management through the Chronic Care website and didactics. Students focus their clinical activities on chronic pain management.
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CONJ 663 P-Chronic Care/Alaska - Providence Palliative Care (8)
Exposure to the areas of rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management. Includes didactic orientation of the first day, and patient case presentations during didactics on last day.
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CONJ 664 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Kline Galland Home (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 665 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - PHOS (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 666 P-Chronic Care/Spokane - VAMC Geriatrics Unit (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 667 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Evergreen Hospice (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 668 P-Chronic Care/Spokane - St. Luke's Rehab, Pain Management (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 669 P-Chronic Care/Spokane - Deaconess Palliative Care (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate clinical activities.
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CONJ 670 P-Chronic Care/Billings - St. Vincent Healthcare (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management. Includes didactic orientation of the first day, and patient case presentations during didactics on last day.
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CONJ 671 P-Chronic Care/Boise - Saint Alphonsus Palliative Care (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management. Includes didactic orientation of the first day, and patient case presentations during didactics on last day.
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CONJ 672 P-Chronic Care/Boise - St. Luke's Palliative Care (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management. Includes didactic orientation of the first day, and patient case presentations during didactics on last day.
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CONJ 673 P-Chronic Care/Boise - VAMC (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities.
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CONJ 674 P-Chronic Care/Alaska - Anchorage APCA (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, geriatrics, and pain management. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities.
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CONJ 675 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - GHHH Tacoma (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 677 P-Clinical Allergy and Immunology (*, max. 12) (Boise Veterans Affairs Hospital), (University of Washington Medical Center)
Clinic and office experience in diagnosing and managing allergic disease. Clinical conferences, hospital rounds on clinical immunology and allergy. Student may elect a flexible program, emphasizing adult or pediatric allergy. (Four weeks, full-time). Prerequisite: MED 665 or basic clerkships in Departments of Family Medicine or Pediatrics.
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CONJ 679 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - PRMC (8)
Exposure to palliative care. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical studies. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactics on last day.
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CONJ 680 P-Detoxification and Rehabilitation Program for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (*, max. 16) Reoux
Supervised introduction to alcoholic detoxification and rehabilitation and drug abuse. Supervised clinical experience in a variety of alcoholism and drug abuse treatment programs; accompanied by a core series of lectures and discussions. For medical students only. Prerequisite: PBSCI 664, PBSCI 665, PBSCI 666, PBSCI 667, or PBSCI 668.
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CONJ 681 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Children's (8)
Exposure to palliative care. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 682 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - HMC (8)
Exposure to palliative care. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 683 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - UWMC PC Consult (8)
Exposure to palliative care. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 684 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Multicare Hospice (8)
Exposure to palliative care. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 685 P-Chronic Care/Palliative Care - Providence Everett (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation, palliative care, and pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 686 P-Chronic Care/Rehab - Children's (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 687 P-Chronic Care/Rehab - HMC (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 688 P-Chronic Care/Rehab - VA RMS (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 689 P-Chronic Care/Rehab - VA SCI (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 690 P-Chronic Care/Rehab - UWMC (8)
Exposure to rehabilitation. Students are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 691 P-Clerkship in Chronic Care - Boise PMR (8)
Required clerkship for fourth year medical students, concentrating on geriatrics, palliative care, and rehab medicine using lectures, group discussions, standardized patients, and case scenarios.
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CONJ 692 P-Chronic Care Clerkship - Spokane, St. Luke's Rehab (8)
Exposure to geriatrics. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 693 P-Chronic Care/Geriatrics - HMC (8)
Exposure to geriatrics. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 694 P-Chronic Care/Geriatrics - VA (8)
Exposure to geriatrics. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 695 P-Chronic Care/Pain Management - Roosevelt (8)
Exposure to pain management. Students focus on one area and are assigned to a preceptor and clinical site to concentrate their clinical activities in that content area. Includes didactic orientation on the first day and patient case presentations during didactic on the last day.
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CONJ 696 P-WRITE Clinical Electives (*, max. 24)
Clinical electives for WRITE program. Offered: AWSpS.
MyPlan Course Details: CONJ 696 (student access only)

CONJ 697 International Exchange Clerkship (12) Hunt
Participation in healthcare delivery systems in developing countries; observation of relationship of host country's traditional medicine with Western medicine. Students live in cross-cultural setting to better understand their own assumptions about healthcare and life styles. Offered: Sp.
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CONJ 698 P-Foreign Medical Student Clerkship (*, max. 24)
A limited number of students from foreign medical schools are accepted for individually designed clinical clerkships at available sites after all UWMC students are accommodated. Prerequisite: permission of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Medicine.
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CONJ 699 P-Clinical Clerkships (*, max. 32)
MyPlan Course Details: CONJ 699 (student access only)