Neurology (NEUROL)

NEUROL 6003: Neurology Clerkship

Students see patients with neurological disorders in the outpatient clinics, in hospital settings, and on consultation services.

Credit Hours: 4


NEUROL 6013: Rural Neurology Clerkship

Rural Neurology Clerkship

Credit Hours: 4


NEUROL 6023: Springfield Neurology Clerkship

Students see patients with neurological disorders in the outpatient clinics, in hospital settings, and on consultation services.

Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: successful completion of the first two years of medical school


NEUROL 6063: LINC Neurology Clerkship

A Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LINC) includes medical students in patient care over time, allowing enduring learning relationships to develop with patients and physician-teachers. Students will meet required core clinical competencies in multiple disciplines through interleaved, longitudinal experiences over the course of the clinical training year. In contrast to a block curriculum, students meet and follow their patients across multiple settings of care and different disciplines.

Credit Hours: 4


NEUROL 6103: Remediation Neurology Clerkship

Enrolled students are those who received an unsatisfactory grade in a Child Health Clerkship at any Mizzou Med location or site. This course gives the student an opportunity to rectify their deficiency.

Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: NEUROL 6003 Neurology Clerkship, received unsatisfactory grade


NEUROL 6123: Remediation Springfield Neurology Clerkship

Students see patients with neurological disorders in the outpatient clinics, in hospital settings, and on consultation services.

Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: successful completion of the first two years of medical school


NEUROL 6303: ABS Neurology Research

ABS Neurology Research

Credit Hours: 5


NEUROL 6845: Neurology

Neurology

Credit Hours: 5


NEUROL 6850: Advanced Neurology

Advanced Neurology

Credit Hours: 5


NEUROL 6923: Neuromuscular Disorders

One week will be spent in the outpatient unit and one inpatient. The inpatient experience will consist of rounding on neuromuscular patients and being an integral part of patient care. A significant portion of the experience will be spent in Electromyography (EMG). During the outpatient experience, the student will rotate with one of three neuromuscular specialists and participate in patient care, and participate in MDA clinic.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: successful completion of the first two years of medical school