College of Dental Medicine-Illinois

Downers Grove, IL Campus

One Health/Interprofessional Education

College of Dental Medicine-Illinois

Abbreviation/Number
Course Name

CORED 1599

Interprofessional Education I

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Changes in our healthcare delivery system are creating a growing demand for health professionals with skills in collaboration and teamwork. This course will describe the roles and responsibilities of the various healthcare disciplines. It will also provide students, from different health professions, the opportunity to interact with one another as well as simulated patients. This collaboration will promote communication using a team-based approach to the maintenance of health and management of disease.

Credits: 1

CORED 1699

Interprofessional Education II

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This course will provide students, working in interprofessional teams, opportunities to learn and provide integrated, patient-centered care in the development of therapeutic care plans using a team-based approach. Active learning techniques, interprofessional learning, and clinical simulation will be used to enhance the education of learners to effectively engage in problem solving and communication activities that address current health related issues in the care of humans, animals, and the environment.

Credits: 1

Prerequisites

CORED 1599K Interprofessional Education I 

DENTD 1500

Healthcare Communication

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This course is taught by behavioral scientists and introduces students to the fundamental principles for the effective communication with patients, families, and significant others of the patient. Using material gleaned from the empirical and clinical domains of behavioral medicine, the course focuses on patient-centered approaches for promoting, improving, and maintaining dialogue with patients. Effective communication has been shown to be central to patient satisfaction, professional satisfaction, patient adherence to treatment plans, and positive outcomes for the patient.

Credits: 1