Jul 21, 2024  
OHIO University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Catalog 2012-2014 
    
OHIO University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Catalog 2012-2014 [Archived Catalog]

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OCOM 8942 - Research Elective - Critical Literature Review


This elective rotation provides students with the opportunity to develop or enhance their knowledge and skills to a level appropriate for a beginning researcher. Permission to participate must be given by the Centers for Osteopathic Research and Education research director and the assistant dean of clinical education. Students must also be in good academic standing. This rotation provides a broad overview of critical review of literature via hands-on experiences. In hospital and ambulatory settings (as appropriate), students are expected to encounter a variety of experiences that may lead to a clinical question answerable through the conduct of an extensive and critical review of the literature. To achieve rotation objectives, students are expected to apply research-based concepts of diagnosis and management to the patient. Students are also expected to develop a working knowledge of inpatient and outpatient treatment modalities, research design, basic statistical interpretation, human subject protection, manuscript writing, and dissemination of research findings as a means of contributing to evidence-based medicine. Throughout the rotation, students should have multiple opportunities to perform different aspects of a critical literature review and to practice problem-solving skills.



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