Standardized Patient Training Minor
Offered by the Standardized Patient Training Council
Council: Paul Mroczka (Chair), Donna Driscoll, Kelley Legacy, Mike Mariska, Amanda Whitworth
The minor in Standardized Patient Training, which is open to any student, actively teaches those involved the practical skills and techniques necessary to work in the area of the standardized and simulated patients, which actively brings together clinical disciplines and the performing arts. Standardized and simulated patients are used in medical schools, clinical programs, and graduate schools to aid in the development of both the soft and hard skills of future doctors, nurses, physical therapists, counselors, and others. Standardized patients (SPs) play specifically outlined and delineated characters in clinical settings, interacting with those training in various clinical areas. After completing the Standardized Patient (SP) training program, students may be placed in work study or student hourly positions as SPs in clinical programs at PSU.
Please see complete information on all of the requirements to earn a minor at Plymouth State University.
|DN 2800||Standardized Patient Improvisation and Physical Characterization||3|
|PTH 3010||Standardized Patient Practicum||3|
|PTH 3020||Standardized Patient Skills and Techniques||3|
|TH 2820||Acting I (WECO)||3|
|TH 3900||Acting II||3|