Upper division course
192. Internship in Pulmonary Medicine (1-12) I, II, III, IV. Albertson/staff
Internship — 3-36 hours; final report. Prerequisite: upper division standing; approval of project by preceptor prior to internship. Supervised work experience in pulmonary medicine. May be repeated for credit up to 12 units. (P/NP grading only.)
299. Pulmonary Disease Research (1-12) I, II, III, IV. Cross Laboratory
Prerequisite: by arrangement only. Pulmonary disease research activity with focus in inhalation toxicity, oxidants or lung biochemistry, and cell and molecular biology. (S/U grading only.)
460. Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Clinical Clerkship (6-18) I, II, III, IV. Albertson/staff
Clinical activity--full time (4-12 weeks). Prerequisite: Medical Sciences 431. At UC Davis Medical Center participating and rounding with Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine fellows and consultation staff. Also includes pulmonary function test interpretation, outpatient assignments in outpatient clinic and preparation and presentation of material at weekly conferences.
462. Pulmonary Clinical Clerkship (3-12) I, II, III, IV. Bonekat
Clinical activity — full time (2 - 8 weeks). Prerequisite: completion of second year of medical school and/or consent of instructor. Participation at the Sacramento VA clinic with members of the subspecialty service in initial clinical evaluation, workup, management, and follow-up of patients with pulmonary disorders. Includes experience in Pulmonary Function Laboratory, and pulmonary diagnostic processes. Limited enrollment.
480. Pulmonary-Critical Care Medicine Insights (1-3) I, II, III, IV. Albertson
Clinical activity — 3 - 9 hours. Prerequisite: student in good academic standing and consent of instructor. Student will attend respiratory outpatient clinics and in-patient pulmonary consultation rounds and medical intensive care rounds. Introduction to diagnosis and treatment of common pulmonary problems. (S/U grading only)
499. Research (1-12) I, II, III, IV. The Staff
Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (S/U grading only.)
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