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IPH 261 - Patient-Centered Healthcare

3 credit hours - 45 hours of lecture; one term.
Explore healthcare delivery from a patient-centered perspective. Learn to account for social, ethnic, and religious sensitivities in the development, evaluation, and implementation of therapeutic goals. Weigh strategies for patient education, counseling, and preventive measures in the areas of diversity and healthcare delivery to these populations. Issues include the recognition of boundaries in personal relations within the workplace and balancing role fidelity with personal integrity and cultural humility.

Prerequisite(s): MDA 100  and PSY 111  

Corequisite(s): HUS 275  and IPH 240  

Note: Note: Take this course in conjunction with volunteer service/participation hours during HUS 275, Human Services Practicum, in community service at underserved medical clinics and treatment facilities under direction of faculty clinicians and licensed human services professionals.