Aquifer

Aquifer E-Learning Cases are used in clerkships to explore the diagnosis and treatment of common acute and chronic illnesses as well as health maintenance visits. Students are engaged in continuous practice to gain clinical reasoning skills, and move through the stages of a patient's presentation, by assuming the role of a virtual student working with a preceptor. Students work to elicitie the chief complaint to taking a history, performing a physical exam, composing an assessment, formulating a differential diagnosis, and on to diagnostic testing and management.


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Clerkship Requirement Questions: 
Contact your specific Clerkship Director/ Coordinator for specific Aquifer requirements.

General Login/ Subscription Questions:
Contact the Medical Education Support Group (MESG), by emailing mededsupport@med.wayne.edu.