Students shall acquire the body of knowledge and thinking processes necessary to becoming a competent physician. Students shall.
A. Apply the basic science principles of normal and abnormal structure, development, and function of the human body to clinical medicine.
B. Acquire the scientific knowledge of the nature of agents and mechanisms that produce alterations in the structure and function of the human body.
C. Demonstrate an understanding of normal human behavior and the impact of human behavior on health and illness.
The Department of Internal Medicine wants each ETSU student to have strong medical knowledge in internal medicine. We are pleased that our students have been at or above the mean for the NBME shelf exams and Part II of the USLME - medicine section. To develop the internal medicine knowledge base the course includes the following:
-Student Lecture Series – have been recorded and entail the following subspecialties: Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics, Hematology/Oncology, Infectious Disease and Pulmonary. Links are found under the next tab labeled "Student Lecture Series"
-Dr. Berk's Pre-Test Medicine: Self-Assessment and Review book will be available to all clerkship students from the office of the Clerkship Secretary.
- Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine available to all clerkship students on loan from the office of the Clerkship Secretary.
- Step Up To Medicine available to all clerkship students on loan from the office of the Clerkship Secretary.