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By end of clerkship, a student should be able to:
PED-01. Obtain and report valuable patient historical information.
PED-02. Perform a developmentally appropriate and complete physical exam.
PED-03. Formulate reasonable differential diagnoses.
PED-04. Utilize observational assessment skills to determine acuity of illness and disposition.
PED-05. Assess whether or not a child is growing and developing normally.
PED-06. Report current childhood immunization schedule.
PED-07. Demonstrate knowledge of the etiology, presenting signs and symptoms, diagnostic evaluation and treatment plan for common pediatric illnesses.
PED-08. Apply basic science knowledge to clinical situations.
PED-09. Consider relevant social and cultural factors in patient management and using these to communicate with the patients and families in a culturally and developmentally appropriate manner.
PED-10. Demonstrate skills required in performing a lumbar puncture utilizing a simulation model.
PED-11. Demonstrate the ability to use evidence based medical literature in developing a basic management plan in the care of children.