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MEDS 3052C | 3 credit hours
Fall Semester | Syllabus
TR 9:30 – 10:50 AM
Tiffany Grant | firstname.lastname@example.org | 513-558-9153 Kristen Burgess | email@example.com | 513-558-3071 Leslie Schick |
firstname.lastname@example.org | 513-558-4321
This course is designed for upper level undergraduates, graduate students, and aspiring and current medical professionals with an interest in research or informatics. Using lectures, discussions, hands-on exercises, and presentations from clinicians and researchers at UC, this course provides an orientation to informatics concepts, practices, and tools for the 21st century medical professional.
Students will gain an understanding of the relationships between informatics, biomedicine, research, and libraries as well as practical application skills. Assessment for undergraduate students will be based on class attendance and participation, quizzes,
final exam, and a research project. Assessment for graduate students will be based on class attendance and participation, quizzes, final exam, a research project, and a research paper.
H. Shortliffe, James J. Cimino (2006) BiomedicalInformatics: Computer Applications in Health Careand Biomedicine, 3rd edition, Springer, New YorkHardback ISBN: 978-0-387-28986-1
UC students have free access to the E-Book at the Health Sciences Library. Note: A new edition will be published October 2013. Students are advised to use the free, online version instead of purchasing the 2006, 3rd edition.
Additional reading assignments will be detailed in the Syllabus.
Medical Sciences Building231 Albert Sabin WayPO Box 670552Cincinnati, OH 45267-0552
Mail Location: 0552Phone: 513-558-7650Email: email@example.com