Neurology Clerkship

Clinical medicine is built on a foundation of basic medical sciences.

The Neurology Clerkship is designed to teach the principles and skills necessary to recognize and manage the common neurologic diseases a general medical practitioner is most likely to encounter in practice. This clerkship introduces students to the discipline of neurology by providing a broad exposure to the fundamental elements related to delivering clinical care to a neurological patient and management of their disease while also ensuring the student understands the fundamental concepts associated with neurological testing, imaging and natural history.

Course Content

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Embryology and Development
Telencephalon Structure and Function
Diencephalon and the Brain Stem Structure and Function
The Brainstem, Spinal Cord and ANS Structure and Function
Neurological Clinical Pathologies

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Course Includes

  • 19 Lessons
  • 9 Topics
  • 12 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate