Course Description & Syllabus
Patient Log--For Class 35 and UP
Herbal sheets for last 2 semester
Educational Objectives of Oriental Medicine Program
- Graduates will be able to demonstrate the fundamental academic
and clinical knowledge drawn from Oriental and biomedical
science content and experience what is necessary to practice
effective Oriental medicine.
- Graduates will be able to assess and diagnose patient conditions
using all relevant Oriental medical diagnostic theory and
procedures and appropriate biomedical diagnostic principles
- Graduates will be able to formulate effective treatment
plans that are indicated by careful diagnosis and based upon
sound clinical reasoning.
- Graduates will be able to recognize patient conditions that
require referral to other healthcare professionals.
- Graduates will be able to articulate the importance of ethical
behavior in their professional and personal lives.
- Graduates will be able to communicate competently about
Oriental medicine with patients and other healthcare professionals.
- Graduates will be knowledgeable of the principles of practice
management to include applicable federal and state laws and
Evaluation of Educational Objectives
Educational objectives for the Florida College of Integrative
Medicine (FCIM) focuses on proficiency outcomes related to
the practice of Oriental medicine. Feedback from various evaluation
processes at every level of the program provides an effective
measure of student competency. Specific evaluation activities
- Verbal interaction with instructors and clinic supervisors.
Tests and examinations given by instructors to assess specific
- Review of course grades by faculty and the Academic Dean
and Assistant Academic Dean.
- Verbal and skills evaluation during the various levels of
clinical internship. Midterm evaluation by the Assistant Academic
Dean and a final review by the clinical supervising physicians.
- Students at the end of all courses of instruction complete
evaluations for classes, instructors and clinic supervisors.
- Periodic evaluations circulated by the Director of Student
Services to the various constituencies of the College.
- Random surveys by clinic patients, graduates and others
associated with FCIM.
- The Committee for Institutional Effectiveness holds meetings
throughout the semester to evaluate the FCIM program, policies
- Oversight by Board of Directors.
- Information on pass rate and national statistics regarding
the NCCAOM examination.
- Graduate feedback pertaining to placement and practice