By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1. Apply basic physiologic principles to human medicine in case studies related to the challenges of disease treatment in developing countries.
2. Describe examples of medical challenges through historical/medical research.
3. Hypothesize causes of disease by integrating physiologic knowledge and construct suitable solutions.
4. Propose interdisciplinary, context-sensitive solutions to global health issues using evidence based resources and tools.
5. Critique current research in applications of physiology to medicine in developing countries.
6. Describe global medicine issues from reproductive, nutritional, metabolic, and immunologic perspectives.
7. Debate common misconceptions relating to health in both developed and developing countries.
8. Summarize and present their service experience including relevant application of human physiology and global medicine with examples.
9.Critique treatments applied in the field based on their knowledge of global medicine.