Medicine Clinical (MEDI)

MEDI D605  - Internal Medicine Clerkship  (8 Credits)  

An eight-week, eight-credit-hour required clerkship in the third year consisting of a eight weeks of inpatient medicine, including a four-day Medical Intensive Care Unit experience. During the inpatient block, students perform as active members of the student/housestaff/attending physician team. Students are assigned patients, obtain medical histories, perform physical examinations, evaluate laboratory data, and analyze the information in order to define patients’ problems. Performance is reviewed both during specific preceptor-student contacts and during student presentations on actual ward rounds with the team. There is an ambulatory experience during which students have the opportunity to rotate through the resident clinic one afternoon per week. During this ambulatory experience, students work closely with preceptors, discussing each patient encounter in depth and participating in didactic sessions. Students become familiar with concepts of time management and performance of focused patient assessments. Throughout this clerkship, emphasis is placed on the interpretation of clinical findings in terms of the pathophysiologic mechanisms of disease and the subsequent translation of this information into rational decisions about management. The clerkship provides students, through their active participation, with opportunities to observe the diagnostic process as it unfolds and to develop competence in evaluating broad clinical problems. Primary methods of instruction include lecture, case-based discussion/presentation, clinical preceptorship, conferences, standardized/simulated patients, small-group discussion, and teaching rounds. Modes of assessment include the Internal Medicine NBME subject examination, clinical evaluations, and an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Demonstration of mastery of a prescribed set of clinical skills, included on the Clinical Skills Attainment Document, is required for successful completion of this clerkship.

MEDI D607  - Senior Internal Medicine Clerkship  (4 Credits)  

A four-week, four-credit-hour required clerkship in the fourth year consisting of a predominantly outpatient experience. Students may choose to rotate within a variety of sub-specialty sites and focus upon common medical problems encountered in the ambulatory setting. The goal of the rotation is to enhance the student’s ability to diagnose and manage a wide range of illnesses affecting adults, while acquiring those skills necessary to function in the outpatient arena. Primary methods of instruction include small group case based discussions, clinical preceptorship, bedside teaching and grand rounds. Modes of assessment include clinical evaluations and conference attendance and participation.

MEDI D611  - Medicine/Neurology Clrkshp  (12 Credits)  

A twelve-week, twelve-credit-hour required clerkship in the third year consisting of 2 weeks of Neurology inpatient consults and ambulatory clinics, 4 weeks of inpatient general medicine, 4 weeks of subspecialty elective, and 2 weeks of ambulatory general or subspecialty medicine. During the inpatient portions of the rotation, students perform as active members of the student / resident / fellow / attending physician team. In some cases, the team is a consultative service (subspecialty electives and Neurology) and in others, the team is the primary patient care service (general medicine wards and the intensive care unit). Students are assigned patients, obtain medical histories, perform physical examinations, evaluate laboratory data, and analyze the information in order to define patients’ problems and formulate a diagnostic and therapeutic care plan. Performance is reviewed both during specific preceptor-student contacts and during student presentations on rounds with the team. During the ambulatory portion of the rotation, students work closely with resident, fellow and attending preceptors, discussing each patient encounter in depth and participating in didactic sessions. Students become familiar with concepts of time management and performance of focused patient assessments. Throughout this clerkship, emphasis is placed on the interpretation of clinical findings in terms of the pathophysiologic mechanisms of disease and the subsequent translation of this information into rational decisions about management. The clerkship provides students, through their active participation, with opportunities to observe the diagnostic process as it unfolds and to develop competence in evaluating broad clinical problems. For Neurology in particular, the focus will be to broaden students’ basic neuroscience knowledge and learn to apply this knowledge clinically. Students will also develop skills in taking a focused neurological history and conducting a thorough neurological examination. Primary methods of instruction include lecture, case-based self-study and discussion, clinical preceptorship, educational conferences, standardized/simulated patients, small-group discussion, and teaching rounds. Modes of assessment include the Internal Medicine NBME subject examination, Neurology departmental exam, case presentations, clinical evaluations, and an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Demonstration of mastery of a prescribed set of clinical skills, included on the Clinical Skills Attainment Document, is required for successful completion of this clerkship.

MEDI D615  - Medicine Inpatient Acting Internship (AI) - Columbia  (4 Credits)  

A four-week, four-credit hour required clerkship in the fourth year. Students are required to complete the Acting Internship (AI) in one of the following: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology, or Surgery. The AI emphasizes basic generalist competencies, is predominantly an inpatient experience, and includes night call. Acting interns are essential members of the ward teams, although students’ patient loads can be adjusted according to their aptitude. Some of the selectives also provide a minor amount of ambulatory clinical learning. The student has primary and direct responsibility for the continuing care of patients in the community or in one of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine programs at Palmetto Health Richland, the Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, or the Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center. Alternatively, a student may elect to complete the AI as an extramural rotation but must have prior approval for this rotation from the USCSM AI director. The primary mode of instruction is clinical preceptorship. Other educational material may be presented via attending rounds, didactic lectures, subspecialty lectures, weekly grand rounds, resident case presentations, rounds with residents, clinical pathologic conferences, etc., and is dependent upon the specific rotation. Assessment will focus on core clinical skills, including, but not limited to, history and physical examinations, clinical decision making, case presentation, communication with patients, test selection and interpretation, and therapeutic decision making.

MEDI D616  - MICU-CCU Acting Internship (AI)  (4 Credits)  

A four-week, four-credit hour required clerkship in the fourth year. Students are required to complete the Acting Internship (AI) in one of the following: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology, or Surgery. The AI emphasizes basic generalist competencies, is predominantly an inpatient experience, and includes night call. Acting interns are essential members of the ward teams, although students’ patient loads can be adjusted according to their aptitude. Some of the selectives also provide a minor amount of ambulatory clinical learning. The student has primary and direct responsibility for the continuing care of patients in the community or in one of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine programs at Palmetto Health Richland, the Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, or the Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center. Alternatively, a student may elect to complete the AI as an extramural rotation but must have prior approval for this rotation from the USCSM AI director. The primary mode of instruction is clinical preceptorship. Other educational material may be presented via attending rounds, didactic lectures, subspecialty lectures, weekly grand rounds, resident case presentations, rounds with residents, clinical pathologic conferences, etc., and is dependent upon the specific rotation. Assessment will focus on core clinical skills, including, but not limited to, history and physical examinations, clinical decision making, case presentation, communication with patients, test selection and interpretation, and therapeutic decision making.

MEDI D621  - Clinical Pulmonary Diseases  (1-12 Credits)  

This elective will provide clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic problems related to the respiratory system, including but not limited to disease processes such as pneumonia, COPD, interstitial lung disease, pulmonary hypertension, lung cancer, and sleep related breathing disorders. The student will learn the interpretation of arterial blood gases, pulmonary function studies and radiographic studies. The student will perform inpatient and outpatient consultative services under the supervision of the pulmonary attending. The student will participate in procedures such as thoracentesis, fiberoptic bronchoscopy and transthoracic needle biopsies. Attendance at other internal medicine conferences, ICU rounds and Wednesday pulmonary conference is encouraged.

MEDI D622  - Dermatology  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D623  - Clinical Endocrinology  (1-12 Credits)  

Medical students participate in the evaluation and management of patients with metabolic, endocrine, and hormonal problems under the supervision of faculty members. History-taking and physical examination skills are emphasized, along with interpretation of laboratory data and radiologic and imaging studies. Students care for both ambulatory and hospitalized patients at Palmetto Health Richland and Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and attend the daily teaching rounds, weekly clinical case conferences, journal club, and didactic lectures. They encounter a wide variety of endocrine and metabolic disorders such as diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome, endocrine hypertension, dyslipidemia, thyroid disease, calcium problems, osteoporosis, pituitary gland abnormalities, adrenal disease, hypogonadism, , erectile dysfunction, and menopausal, reproductive and infertility issues. Formulation of differential diagnoses, a critical thinking approach, and use of the relevant medical literature is encouraged.

MEDI D624  - Digestive Disease and Nutrition  (1-12 Credits)  

The goal of this rotation is to enhance the student's ability to recognize, evaluate, and treat patients with digestive diseases, diseases of the hepatobiliary system, and disorders of nutrition. To accomplish this goal, the student will perform the initial evaluation on consults submitted to the gastroenterology (GI) service. Consults will be presented and the pertinent radiographic and histologic data reviewed on daily attending rounds. Experience with outpatient care of patients with digestive disease will be gained during a weekly outpatient clinic. The student will also care for a limited number (1-2) of patients with gastroenterologic disease on the inpatient service. Observation of procedures performed on the student's consults is encouraged. Increased knowledge of digestive diseases will be gained through in-depth reading in pertinent textbooks and the current medical literature as well as interaction with staff personnel. The student is required to attend all conferences, i.e., GI radiology, GI pathology, Endoscopy Conference, topic review, and journal review. If the student is interested in research, he/she will have the opportunity to observe the performance of various clinical research studies. This elective will include 2 weeks at PHR and 2 weeks at the DVAMC. Each student is expected to call the course director’s office one week prior to starting the elective for assignment either to PHR or DVAMC.

MEDI D625  - Clinical Hematology/Oncology  (1-12 Credits)  

This elective will involve activities in clinical medicine on the Hematology/Oncology service and will include supervised patient care experiences with in-patients and out-patients, as well as teaching rounds, conferences, Tumor Board meetings and ancillary teaching sessions involving drug pharmacology.

MEDI D626  - Cardiographics  (1-12 Credits)  

This elective will provide in depth experience in interpretation of electrocardiograms and some experience with exercise electrocardiography.

MEDI D627  - Infectious Diseases: Clinical and Basic Correlation  (1-12 Credits)  

This course will provide the student with clinical experience in infectious diseases. The student will see patients on the infectious diseases consultation service and in outpatient settings (including the Ryan White HIV clinic 2 mornings a week) under the supervision of the infectious disease attending physician. Emphasis will be on the correlation of basic microbiologic principles with clinical expressions of diseases. The combined clinical and didactic experience should enable the student to: (1) use antimicrobial drugs rationally, (2) diagnose and treat patients with HIV/AIDS, and (3) acquire an approach to the diagnosis and treatment of varied infections.

MEDI D628  - Clinical Cardiology  (1-12 Credits)  

This elective will provide clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic cardiac problems, including but not limited to disease processes such as hypertensive urgency, heart failure, arrhythmias, syncope, cheat pain, and myocardial infarction. The student will learn interpretation of electrocardiograms, echocardiography, and chest x-ray. The student will perform inpatient consultative services, including management of critical cardiac patients, will round with the CCU team each morning, and participate in the management of floor cardiac patients under the supervision of the cardiology attending. The student will participate in procedures such as transesophageal echocardiography, cardiac catheterization, pacemaker placement, cardioversion, central venous accesses placement, and arterial line placement. The student will be in attendance at all cardiology conferences, as well as other internal medicine conferences such as grand rounds. The student will also have the opportunity to participate in various outpatient cardiology clinics, including heart failure, pacemaker, and chest pain clinics if desired.

MEDI D629  - Clinical Dermatology  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D630  - MICU-CCU  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D631  - Clinical Genetics  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D635  - Clinical Nephrology  (1-12 Credits)  

This course will provide clinical experience in the care of patients with acute and chronic renal failure, nephrotic syndrome, various fluid and electrolyte disorders and refractory hypertension. Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis will be discussed and utilized. The students will follow selected patients and will round daily with the attending faculty.

MEDI D636  - Allergy, Asthma, and Clinical Immunology  (1-12 Credits)  

This is a clinical rotation about common, chronic diseases affecting both children and adults. This elective will be beneficial for medical students who are in the third or fourth year of their training.

MEDI D637  - Renal Disease, Electrolyte Disorders and Hypertension  (3-12 Credits)  

The goal of this rotation is to enhance the student's ability to recognize, evaluate and treat patients with renal diseases, electrolyte disorders and hypertension. To accomplish this goal, the student will have an active role in the evaluation of consults presented to the Renal Service. Consults will be presented, and the pertinent laboratory and radiographic data will be reviewed on daily attending rounds. Routine patient management of patients with hypertension, electrolyte disorders and renal disease will be discussed using a problem solving approach on daily rounds. Difficult or interesting cases will be reviewed on weekly Renal Grand Rounds. The student will also participate in the outpatient care of patients with renal disease in the weekly clinic. Also, in order to acquaint the student to problems in care of patients with chronic renal failure such as electrolyte imbalance, hypertension, nutrition, etc., he or she will be encouraged to attend weekly rounds on patients in the chronic hemodialysis program. Fluid electrolyte, acid-base problems will be assigned and reviewed twice weekly with the renal attendings. If the student is interested in clinical research, he/she will have the opportunity to observe the performance and or participate in various clinical research studies.

MEDI D638  - Allergy and Asthma  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D639  - Geriatrics  (1-12 Credits)  

The purpose of this rotation is to provide additional training in geriatric medicine. Students will receive individual supervision as they assess geriatric patients in various settings Patients may be encountered in the office, nursing home, home and hospital settings All rotations will involve a structured reading program designed to provide the student with a broad range of knowledge of the subjects more common in the Geriatric population. Students also take both a pre and post test on this rotation. Students interested in taking this rotation who have questions should contact Maureen Dever-Bumba at (803) 434-1244 or deverbumba@gw.mp.sc.edu to ensure that they select the site which best meets their needs.

MEDI D640  - Rheumatology  (1-12 Credits)  

This elective will provide the student with experience in evaluating and managing patients with rheumatic diseases. Outpatient clinics as well as inpatient consults will allow the student to experience a broad spectrum of rheumatic diseases. Daily teaching sessions will be devoted to covering major clinical topics in rheumatology. The student will also gain experience in reading x-rays and performing joint aspirations.

MEDI D643  - Palliative Medicine  (1-12 Credits)  

The student will function as a member of a multidisciplinary team providing palliative medicine consultations to patients throughout the hospital and in our outpatient clinic. Students will learn advanced communication skills such as breaking bad news, conducting family meetings, and discussing prognosis. Students will interact with intensive care teams, social workers, chaplains, nurse practitioners, and physicians. Students will receive a didactic series on the fundamentals of palliative medicine including communication skills, pain control, symptom management, and spiritual assessment. Students will be asked to write a brief reflection on their experience on the rotation. This could include a reflection on a patient encounter or how they plan to use skills learned during this rotation to their training moving forward. Students will also be expected to prepare a 5-10 minute presentation on a palliative care topic to present the palliative care group on the last day of their rotation.

MEDI D651  - Internal Medicine  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D653  - Infectious Diseases  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D660  - Cardiology Elective  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D661  - Alergy-Immunology Clrks  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D662  - Endocrinology  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D667  - Radiation Oncology  (1-12 Credits)  

The goal of this elective is to provide an overview and broad spectrum of radiation oncology in regards to appropriate workup, staging, and prognosis of the various cancers, in addition to obtaining a pertinent oncologic history and physical examination of the cancer patient.

MEDI D671  - Cardiology  (1-12 Credits)  

Students are assigned to work with a specific group of cardiologists with duties very similar to those of the first year Internal Medicine resident and Family Practice resident assigned to the group. Students will be assigned specific patients to examine and follow throughout the patient's hospital course. It shall be the student's responsibility to record a history and physical examination on each assigned patient. History and physical findings will be presented to the attendings on rounds. Students write orders, which are countersigned by a resident or attending. Students will participate in rounds each day. There is an opportunity to observe procedures done on patients in the unit which include pacemaker insertion, cardioversion, hemodynamic monitoring, coronary angiography, and stress testing. The 20 bed Coronary Care Unit and 34 bed post-CCU offer excellent updated physical facilities for this experience. The Cardiac Clinic meets once each week and provides an opportunity to review the history and physical findings on a variety of cardiovascular problems. Considerable emphasis is placed on instruction and interpretation of electrocardiograms. The student is responsible for interpreting an average of 10 records a day. There will be a review session each day with one attending to review all interpretations of EKGs. At these sessions, both residents and students receive ongoing instruction in electrocardiography, as well as reading assignments. Other graphics, including M Mode echocardiography, 2-D echocardiography, and phonoechocardiography, color doppler and angiograms are also included to a lesser degree.

MEDI D672  - Pulmonary Medicine / Respiratory Critical Care  (1-12 Credits)  

This four-week acting internship provides students with additional experience in the concepts and diagnostic procedures used in pulmonary and critical care medicine. Students are assigned to a pulmonary medicine inpatient team, where they provide primary management and consultative care for patients with pulmonary problems. Students also care for ambulatory patients in the Pulmonary Diagnostic Clinic. Students care for patients as their primary caregivers, under the direct supervision of upper level residents or faculty. Together with their teams, students take in-house overnight call every fourth night, usually admitting 2 to 3 new patients each call night, with a maximum census of 6 to 8 patients for ongoing care. Patient load may be adjusted as needed based on student comfort and patient complexity. Students evaluate all assigned patients, completing and recording the medical interview, physical examination, diagnostic assessment, and management plan. Students reevaluate their patients daily, reassessing their diagnoses and therapeutic plans. Students present their patients and discuss their impressions on daily rounds and in teaching conferences with the Pulmonary/Critical Care faculty. Students learn to interpret sputum samples, chest x-rays, arterial blood gases, and tests of ventilation and gas exchange. Students learn to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, which include thoracentesis and pleural biopsy. Students will assist in exercise testing procedures in the pulmonary laboratory. Through the use of a teaching attachment or video camera, students will be able to observe during fiberoptic bronchoscopies. Clinical learning is supplemented by self-directed reading and required conferences. Slide and tape presentations covering respiratory physiology are available for student use. Conferences include Internal Medicine lectures, Pulmonary Care conferences, Pulmonnary/Thoracic Surgery X-Ray conferences, and Medicine Grand Rounds. Students take in-house overnight call every fourth night and receive one day free of patient care duties per week.

MEDI D673  - General Internal Med  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D675  - Internal Medicine - Ambulatory  (1-12 Credits)  

Students are assigned to a general medicine clinic, where they act as primary caregivers for their patients under the direct supervision of a faculty physician. Students provide comprehensive care for patients in all stages of illness, including initial diagnosis of disease, chronic management of established medical problems, acute management of decompensated chronic diseases, and follow-up after hospitalization. Students evaluate 4-6 patients every day, completing and recording the medical interview, physical examination, diagnostic assessment, and management plan. Students present their patients and discuss their impressions in teaching conferences with the attending physician. Students learn to interpret laboratory data, chest x-rays, and electrocardiograms. Clinical learning is supplemented by self-directed reading and required conferences. Conferences include informal discussions, lectures, and grand rounds. Work hours will usually be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, with students remaining after 5:00 p.m. when necessary to complete work in progress. No overnight call is required for this ambulatory rotation.

MEDI D676  - Int Med Rural Clrkshp  (4 Credits)  
MEDI D677  - Infectious Disease  (1-12 Credits)  

This course is offered as a consultative rotation in clinical Infectious Disease. Students are assigned to work with the attendings and usually one PGYII or III Internal Medicine resident. The student will be responsible for first patient contact with patients referred to the Infectious Disease consult service. These patients will then be presented to the resident and the faculty. The student will be responsible for recording the history, physical and orders with countersignature by the resident and faculty. The average number of consults seen is one and a half per day. There is a biweekly Infectious Disease clinic which the student will also be expected to attend. Outpatients in the office of Drs. Kelly, Schrank, Potts and Weems are also available for teaching depending upon the consultation workload. At the end of this rotation the student should be able to discuss and understand the appropriate use of antibiotic therapy. They should be able to understand the common entities in Infectious Disease such as FUO, hepatitis, STD, septicemia, osteomyelitis, endocarditis, AIDS, postoperative wound infections, etc.

MEDI D678  - Clinical Hematology/Oncology  (1-12 Credits)  

A preceptorial orientation is utilized with a busy consultative hematology practice dealing with diagnosis and treatment in-hospital and in the office. Patients with hematological neoplasms, immunohematological problems including blood banking problems, clotting difficulties, various cytoses and cytopenias, and patients undergoing plasmapheresis for a variety of disorders are evaluated and discussed. The student can expect to attend daily Internal Medicine conferences and experience one-on-one patient-oriented instructions with Drs. Smith and Thompson. At the conclusion of the rotation, the student should be able to reasonably approach a patient with various cytopenias, clotting disorders, and hematological neoplasms.

MEDI D679  - Nephrology  (1-12 Credits)  

The medical student will round daily with the attending physician; all aspects of nephrology and hypertension will be discussed. Acid base electrolytes, water metabolism and other subjects of interest will be discussed daily by the attending. These would take the format of discussion on a one-to-one basis with preassigned topics. The student will be at the office where, under supervision, he/she will be able to examine urinary sediments. The bimonthly outpatient nephrology clinic averages six patients. Reprints on topics discussed will be distributed; adequate time will be provided for the student to prepare the topic. Attendance at daily Internal Medicine conferences is expected.

MEDI D681  - Dermatology  (1-12 Credits)  

Students will rotate with a board-certified dermatologist in their private office. They will read on diseases seen during that time. They will also see patients and learn to do an evaluation and assessment of the patient’s problem and present to the attending. This will primarily occur in dermatology clinic and in patient consultations at Greenville Hospital System. There is a core curriculum they will study. At the end of the rotation they should be able to demonstrate competence in history, physicals, knowledge of common skin disorders, basic dermatologic procedures and general basic therapies in dermatology.

MEDI D682  - International and Underserved Health Elective  (4 Credits)  

This is a 4-week elective rotation designed to give MIV students an educational experience in International and Underserved Health Care. One to two weeks of the rotation will be spent in preparing for the on-site experience and two to three weeks will be spent on-site under the supervision of an experienced clinician. The preparatory component will include study and research of the culture, history and language of the clinical site as well as review of a series of readings related to global and underserved health such as sanitation, nutrition, immunizations and infectious diseases. On-site, students will actively participate in providing health care to the area residents as well as be involved in health education in the community. A daily journal will be kept and a minimum two-page report of the experience will be due at the end of the rotation. In addition, the student's supervising physician will be required to complete a brief evaluation form and return that to Dr Hall. All potential sites must be pre-approved by Dr Hall and the name of the on-site physician supervisor must be determined in advance. Any underserved area of the world or within the United States will be considered for this elective. Each student will be expected to perform a minimum of 25 hours of medical care and/or health education per week on-site. Dr. Jeff Hall must be notified of your interest in a particular site at least three (3) months in advance of the rotation.

MEDI D683  - Rheumatology Elective  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D684  - Pulmonary Teaching Service  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D687  - Respiratory Critical Care  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D688  - Hospitalist Medicine  (1-12 Credits)  

The Hospital Medicine elective at Lexington Medical Center is a four week, unopposed, experience that provides comprehensive exposure to complex medical patients with acute and chronic medical illness. The primary objective is to provide the medical student with a focused introduction to the growing specialty of Hospital Medicine. Coupled with didactic reading assignments and case presentations, the student will have the opportunity to initiate the admission process in the Emergency Department, establish continuity of care and patient rapport, and develop a plan for inpatient medical management and discharge disposition. The breadth of exposure will focus on adherence to the most current standard of care, supported by evidence-based medicine. Most commonly encountered acute medical illnesses include, but are not limited to, acute respiratory failure due to COPD and pneumonia, hypertensive urgency and emergency, multi-systemic sepsis, acute stroke, acute renal failure, hepatic failure, acute pancreatitis, diabetic ketoacidosis, cellulitis, acute heart failure, and acute delirium.

MEDI D690  - Clinical Internal Med  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D691  - Clinical Internal Med Ex  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D692  - Clinicl Int Med Extrnshp  (1-12 Credits)  
MEDI D695  - Intrnl Med/AI Extramural  (4 Credits)  
MEDI D700  - Health Aspects of Aging  (3 Credits)  
MEDI D701  - Nutrition and the Elderly  (3 Credits)