Demonstrate knowledge base and critical thinking skills for basic and clinical research and skill sets required to conceptualize and conduct research.
Demonstrate and apply knowledge of human structure and function, pathophysiology, human development and psychosocial concepts to medical practice.
Demonstrate effective verbal, nonverbal and written communication skills in a wide range of relevant activities in medicine and research.
Demonstrate knowledge and behavior that represents the highest standard of medical research and clinical practice, including compassion, humanism, and ethical and responsible actions at all times.
Recognize and analyze personal needs (learning, self-care, etc.), and implement plans for personal growth.
Perform appropriate history and physical examination in a variety of patient care encounters, and demonstrate effective uses of clinical procedures and laboratory tests.
Diagnose, manage and prevent common health problems of individuals, families and communities. Interpret findings and formulate action plan to characterize the problem and reach a diagnosis.
Recognize and be able to work effectively in the various healthcare systems in order to advocate and provide for quality patient care.
Demonstrate habits of analyzing cognitive and affective experiences that result in identification of learning needs leading to integration and synthesis of new learning.