PHRM 519 Healthcare Delivery Systems Syllabus 2012 (3)

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Attendance will be taken each week, for all weeks of the course except : Session 1 (8/30), Midterm Examination (10/11), Session 11 (11/8), and Session 12 (11/15). Therefore, attendance will be taken for 10 of the 14 weeks in the course, and students will earn 0.8 point for attending each of those 10 weeks. If a student is observed to be signing another student into a session, both students will receive ZERO attendance points for the course. 7. Course Evaluation (2 points): Toward the end of the course, Dr. Umland will email the class to request that you complete the course evaluation. The feedback that you provide is critical to our ability to refine the course. Please be courteous and constructive when providing comments, as course evaluations are reviewed by a number of individuals and committees at JSP and are a reflection of the professionalism of our students. Submission of a completed evaluation will count towards 2% of this course grade. K. Grading A maximum of 100 points can be earned in this class, via the following components: Health policy team debate 13 points maximum Midterm examination 30 points maximum Quiz 15 points maximum Policy analysis team project 20 points maximum Team member evaluation 12 points maximum Class attendance 8 points maximum 6
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Final grades will be issued using the following grading scale: A + 97.5-100 B + 86.5-89.4 C + 76.5-79.4 D + 66.5-69.4 A 92.5-97.4 B 82.5-86.4 C 72.5-76.4 D 62.5-66.4 A- 89.5-92.4 B- 79.5-82.4 C - 69.5-72.4 D- 59.5-62.4 F <59.5 L. Teaching Methods This course will consist of a mix of classroom lectures accompanied by team-based learning. M. Prerequisites None N. Instructional Resources 1. Suggested Text : Introduction to Health Services, 7th edition. Williams, Stephen J and Torrens, Paul R, eds. Albany, NY, Delmar Publishing, 2007. Hardcover: 504 pages ISBN-10: 1418012890 ISBN-13: 978-1418012892 2. Handouts : posted electronically on the Blackboard course website the day before class; in the unlikely event that slides cannot be posted the day before, you will be provided with paper handouts in class. 3. Supplemental readings : will be posted on the course Blackboard site periodically throughout the course. Instructor will send an email announcement to the class when such readings are posted. 4. Apreso system : each session will be recording using the university’s Apreso system so that you may review the lectures at your convenience. O. Additional Course Requirements and Policies 1. Attendance Requirements In the case of an anticipated or unanticipated absence, please call or email the Instructor to arrange a make-up plan. Email notification of the expected absence is essential for documentation purposes. If the student fails to inform the Instructor of the absence, it will be counted as an “unexcused absence” and will result in zero attendance points for that session.
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