Upon successful completion of ICM I, students will:
Be able to establish good rapport with an adult patient and conduct a complete medical interview using excellent communication skills.
Be able to competently perform a general physical examination on an adult using physical examination equipment appropriately.
Be able to produce clear and concise written and oral summaries of the medical history and physical examination.
Have been introduced to a variety of difficult clinical issues such as disability, sexual history, death and dying, and professional impairment.
Have internalized attributes of professional conduct and behavior.