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American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS)

American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS)

Resource Rich Environment

CARL (Clinical Assessment Rotation Log) has dramatically changed the documentation of our student’s progress and advancement through our medical program. In addition, CARL allows our students to submit clinical assignments, review treatment algorithms and simultaneously study both basic and clinical sciences; all at their convenience wherever they are located. CARL has dramatically changed the documentation of our student’s progress and advancement through our medical program. In addition, CARL allows our students to submit clinical assignments, review treatment algorithms and simultaneously study both basic and clinical sciences; all at their convenience wherever they are located.

We provide

  • Promethean Interactive Touch Panels in Every Class room
  • Access Medicine Virtual Library (McGraw-Hill TM)
  • FireCracker testing software
  • CARL , our proprietary rotation software

Mission and Education Philosophy

To educate and inspire leadership in health outcome-centric clinical practice by embracing cultural and social accountability and a commitment to the integrative practice of medicine.

Roadmap to Our Future

AUIS has a vision for a healthier world by building a foundation of physicians trained in the integrative practice of medicine. Every day, the faculty and staff of AUIS School of Medicine work collaboratively and tirelessly to secure a future in which everyone enjoys a healthy life.

Our Goals

  • Medical education to include principles and practices of integrative medicine by training medical students in evidence-based complementary and alternative modalities in addition to traditional modern medicine.
  • To produce real-world health professionals with fiscal and social accountability in health care delivery. To teach true sustainability through practice and development of sustainable utilization of resources and infrastructure.
  • Creating excellence in people while embracing diversity to create an environment where all people feel included, valued, celebrated and respected.
  • Developing a collaborative organizational culture through strategic alliances with institutions and organizations that align in philosophy. Promotion of a culture that fosters a collaborative, respectful, diverse and effective organization at all levels.
  • Provide leadership in academic medicine, shape and create a healthcare environment that better services patient diversity with personalized healthcare delivery.
  • Clinical and education research to increase the scope and quality of our research.
  • Expand the strategic use of innovative technology to enhance learning opportunity.

Values, Virtues and Principles

The following ideals are central to the practice of medicine and it is anticipated that AUIS medical students will strive to:

  • Respect the dignity and intrinsic value of every individual, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, age, gender, socio-economic background, sexual orientation, religious belief, or political affiliation.
  • Respect faculty, fellow students, patients, and other individuals interacting with the medical school community.
  • Place the interests and needs of others, especially the sick and the disadvantaged, above self-interest. Understand that the ability to share in the experiences of others – especially, the suffering of the sick which is critical to the work of healing.
  • Speak and act in ways that testify to, and support our values and principles.
  • Recognize that care for patients demands the integration and coordination of the talents, knowledge, and skills of all members of the health care team.
  • Be willing to accept and acknowledge shortcomings, as well as successes.
  • Commit oneself to responsibility and accountability for both current and lifelong learning.
  • Endeavor to improve knowledge and skill, both within and beyond the learning environment

Bachelor of Medical Sciences | BMSc

A Bachelor of Medical Sciences degree provides a solid starting point for a career as a doctor, dentist, pharmacist, professor, researcher or biotech industry scientist. The coursework is offered over eight (8) semesters of study spanning almost 3 and a half years including full summer semesters. Years 1 and 2 offer pre-medical sciences coursework. Years 2 and 3 offer core and elective courses in basic medical sciences and clinical skills.

Years 1 and 2 of the degree program offer an accelerated pathway to Medical School through completion of all prerequisite coursework and the 90-credit hour US medical school application requirements within the first four semesters of study.

Pre-Medical Sciences Program

First & early- Second year: Students complete general education coursework and medical school admissions prerequisite requirements that include: English, psychology, sociology, math, computer science, physics, medical terminology, anatomy & physiology, statistics, public health, evidence-based research, biology, physical and organic chemistry.

Basic Medical Sciences Program

Second & Third year: Students complete core basic medical sciences courses and learn clinical skills while volunteer clinical work and AUIS enhanced learning courses. Core Basic Sciences content includes Gross and microscopic anatomy, molecular & cell biology, the pathological basis of human disease, epidemiology, research, ethics and issues, and principles of clinical care.

4 & 5 Year MD Programs

Perfect for International applicants working towards an American medical education.

Students can enter AUIS School of Medicine on two different tracks depending on their educational background. We offer a 4 Year Traditional US MD for students with the necessary biological sciences coursework.

We also offer a 5 year program geared towards students with little or no college science classes.

4 Year Program

Basic Sciences
Students complete basic medical sciences courses in an organ-systems curriculum and learn clinical skills while participating in volunteer community health experience(s) during 4 semesters on the island.

For students entering into our 5 Year M.D. program, this represents years 2 – 3 of your medical education, while students entering into our 4 Year M.D. program, this represents years 1 – 2.

Core Basic Sciences content includes Gross and microscopic anatomy, molecular & cell biology, pathological basis of human disease, epidemiology, research, ethics and issues, and principles of clinical care.

Semester 5 of Basic Sciences is a professor-led USMLE Step 1 review which meets at the AUIS campus in Atlanta.

Basic Science Goals
The goal of this program is long term retention and application of foundational knowledge to increasingly complex clinical situations. It is taught over 4 Semesters (15 weeks) semesters at our Barbados campus and prepares students for the clinical phase of your education. The new organ systems curriculum involves integration of a number of medical disciplines and is taught using several active learning methodologies in small groups, lectures, laboratory exercises, hands on clinical training and community health education. A unique fluid testing system is designed to prepare students for USMLE Step 1 through maximizing retention and memory recall.

Semester 5 is offered at our US campus in the Greater Atlanta area and is dedicated to integrative study and review of all basic sciences coursework.

The goal of this program is long term retention and application of foundational knowledge to increasingly complex clinical situations. It is taught over 4 Semesters (15 weeks) semesters at our Barbados campus and prepares students for the clinical phase of your education. The new organ systems curriculum involves integration of a number of medical disciplines and is taught using several active learning methodologies in small groups, lectures, laboratory exercises, hands on clinical training and community health education. A unique fluid testing system is designed to prepare students for USMLE Step 1 through maximizing retention and memory recall.

Semester 5 is offered at our US campus in the Greater Atlanta area and is dedicated to integrative study and review of all basic sciences coursework.

AUIS Learning Types
AUIS brings real cases to the classroom through.

  • Team Based Learning
  • Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science (CRIBS)
  • Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)

Clinical Sciences

Students train in clinical skills through preceptor supervised patient contact in both inpatient and outpatient care setting. These years in direct patient care enhance our students’ proficiency in medical history taking, conducting physical diagnostic examinations, understanding practice guidelines and developing interprofessional relationships and leadership skills. The successful Clinical training model enables students to become competent, compassionate physicians.

Advanced Clinical Medicine

4-week Advanced Clinical Medicine pre-clerkship in clinical procedures and skills certifications using a high definition medical simulation laboratory in Atlanta. Students complete 80 weeks of Clinical Clerkships in the US, Canada, and some international hospital locations.

Clinical Rotations

The 80 weeks of clinical clerkships in the Clinical Sciences curriculum includes:

  • 48 weeks of core rotations in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pediatrics during Year 4
  • 32 weeks of elective clerkships during Year 5.
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