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Lecture 1 - HLST 1011 LIFE AND DEATH IN THE EMERGENCY...

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HLST 1011 - LIFE AND DEATH IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Nicole Tenn-Lyn, B.Sc.Hon., MD, M.Ed., FRCPC, DABEM, FACEP School of Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Health York University
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TODAY’S CLASS Introduction to HLST 1011 What is an Emergency Department? Attitudes and beliefs about Emergency Departments
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8 THE COURSE Essay outline (10%) - due Feb 11th Article summaries x 3 (10% total) due Jan 28th, Feb 18th, Mar 11th article distributed 1 WEEK BEFORE Tutorial participation (15%) each worth 1.5 marks Essay (30%) - 1500 words, due Mar 18 Final exam (35%) - TBA
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9 KEYS TO SUCCESS Attend every class. Attend every tutorial. Prepare. Read the recommended articles BEFORE attending the class Visit the course website frequently. Participate. Read any current events on the topics presented. Do not plagiarize. Enjoy!
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10 TUTORIAL Participation is key.
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