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Capital University Law School & Grant Medical Center partnered to provide training on medical malpractice to law students and medical residents. The course utilized a unique, interdisciplinary approach to skills training & professional development. The course attempts to meet several needs: (1) Increase experiential learning opportunities to develop professional skills and judgment; (2) Provide authentic, experiential learning that is cost-effective and accessible to all law students, including non-traditional and parttime students; and (3) Promote interdisciplinary education.
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Pyers, Zachary B.; Foley, Kevin P.; Janutis, Rachel M.; and Sams, Sarah L., "Building Interdisciplinary Learning Partnerships" (2016). Learning Showcase 2016: A Celebration of Discovery, Transformation and Success. 67.