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Hereditary Pediatric Cancer: Genetic Counseling and Molecular Testing

The Hereditary Pediatric Cancer: Genetic Counseling and Molecular Testing e-module provides the opportunity for genetic counselor learners to apply their knowledge and understanding of unique pediatric cancer cases, utilizing the setting of an animated pediatric board game. Through the use of interactive slides and assessments, learners will assess clinical case scenarios for differential diagnoses, molecular […]

Apr 7, 2023

How to Use a Photographic Activity Schedule

In this module, learners will define photographic activity schedules and decide when an activity schedule may be a helpful tool. They will also describe ways to teach learners to use activity schedules.

Apr 7, 2023

Statins: Drug Selection & Patient Education

This module is designed to be a resource for students to review hyperlipidemia as a chronic disease state, understand when statins are indicated in specific patient populations, and prepare students to effectively educate patients taking statins.

Apr 6, 2023

Alcohol Use Disorder: Addressing the Elephant in the Room

Concise and interactive e-learning module describing the societal impact of alcohol use disorder and its management.

Apr 6, 2023

Stitching It Up: A Medical Student’s Guide to Suturing

In this e-module, you will learn how to complete the three most commonly used suturing techniques – the simple interrupted, buried interrupted, and running subcuticular stitches as well as briefly review different types of suture materials and surgical instruments.

Apr 6, 2023

Codependency & Family Dynamics

The Codependency and Family Dynamics e-module looks at the different roles individuals play in family systems affected by substance use disorders. This module demonstrates the pattern of interactions between family members and how it shapes individuals’ feelings and behaviors. This paves the way for meaningful conversations about substance use disorders as a “family disease.”

Apr 5, 2023