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Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine – Colorado/Utah
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This is a loaded question, indeed! The interviewers would like to know if you are ready to face tough decisions while maintaining the integrity and code of ethics expected of you as a physician. You may not be able to answer this question completely correct as there are many policies and legal requirements that you may not even know about yet. Answer to the best of your ability by displaying that you would make the soundest choice possible while maintaining the patient's integrity. Many factors could change this, such as an unconscious patient, someone under the influence of a narcotic, or perhaps if the person and I had a significant language barrier. In these situations, I should refer to my facilities' leaders and ethics community.
Medical School Interview – Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
These prompts are from the Application Cycle. Older essays, if available are below. To educate and inspire students to become highly competent osteopathic physicians and lifelong learners prepared to meet the diverse healthcare needs of tomorrow through innovative education, relevant research, and compassionate service. RVUCOM promotes the incorporation of traditional osteopathic principles and philosophy with an emphasis on wellness, holistic care, and the integration of structure and function in all of its educational efforts.
Accepts Online Coursework to Fulfill Prerequisite Requirements: Yes, but coursework will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis with consideration for the historical context of all courses taken. To educate and inspire students to become highly competent osteopathic physicians and lifelong learners prepared to meet the diverse health care needs of tomorrow through innovative education, relevant research, and compassionate service. It is our goal and standard that upon graduation, our students will be qualified to enter any medical specialty. Our emphasis, however, is the training of students who are committed to entering community-based and primary care disciplines to meet the needs of those who are underserved or disadvantaged in Colorado, Utah, and the Mountain West Region. We are committed to producing graduates who not only are knowledgeable and skilled, but who also are ethical, compassionate, holistic, and patient-centered.