The final clinical phase of the DATM clinical practice consists of PC700 Integrated Clinical Rounds.
The final clinical phase of the DATM clinical practice consists of PC700 Integrated Clinical Rounds. This course provides integrated clinical experience for students as they practice under the guidance of an onsite DATM supervisor. Students incorporate evidence-informed integrative practice into their clinical treatments. Students will obtain competency in collaborating and communicating with other healthcare practitioners. At the end of the 40 hours, students submit a patient case study. The case study with appropriate details will be discussed and presented during the grand rounds with both western faculty and DATM supervisors to gain an understanding of western and eastern perspectives.
Requirements for Completion of PC700 Integrated Clinical Rounds:
- Successful complete the 40-hours of coursework
- Successful pass of Student’s Evaluation by Clinic Supervisor
- Successful completion of 1 Case study