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Example course schedule

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Med 602 Urology

Week 1 Synchronous Material*

Scheme Presentation

"Erectile Dysfunction"

14min

Scheme Presentation

"Drug Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction"

30min

Small Group Case

"Erectile Dysfunction"

60-90min

Scheme Presentation

"Drug Induced Erectile Dysfunction"

30min

Memory Matrix

"Drug Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction"

Group Project

"Erectile Dysfunction"

120-150min

Week 1 Asynchronous Material**

Webcast

"Central Nervous System"

15min

Reading

"Sexual Dysfunction"

35min

Webcast

"Psychogenic Aspects of Erectile Dysfuntion"

12min

Reading

"Sexual Dysfunction in the United States: Prevalence & Predictors"

35min

Webcast

"Neuroanatomy & Neurophysiology"

23min

Reading

"Psychosocial & Relationship Issues in Men with Erectile Dysfunction"

30min

Webcast

"Neurologic Aspects of Erectile Dysfunction"

6min

Reading

"Erectile Dysfunction"

40min

Webcast

"Anatomy & Vasculoture of Male Reproductive System"

16min

Reading

"Erectile Dysfunction"

35min

Webcast

"Biochemistry of Erection"

10min

Reading

"Erectile Dysfunction: Diagnosis & Treatment"

60min

Webcast

"Vasculogenic Aspects of Erectile Dysfunction"

7min

Reading

"Lower Extremity Above-Knee Prothesis-Associated Erectile Dysfunction"

35min

Webcast

"Endocrinology of Erection"

11min

Webcast

"Endocrinologic Aspects of Erectile Dysfuntion"

5min

Webcast

"Medications that can cause Erectile Dysfunction"

10min

Webcast

"Pharmacologic Management of Erectile Dysfunction"

17min

Webcast

"Non-Pharmacologic Management of Erectile Dysfunction"

9min

*Synchronous Material refers to any presentations, materials, or tasks that must be communicated or presented to students in a group setting with a facilitator present.
**Asynchronous Material refers to any presentations, materials, or tasks that can be completed at the discretion of the Community Campus Facilitators during the week, or by the student independently.

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