Clinical Skills Course
The goal of the clinical skills course is to motivate and ignite a deeper passion in students for their future careers in the healthcare field. This course provides an exciting, incredibly unique glimpse into the future of Baylor University’s next generation of doctors and healthcare professionals.
In fall of 2021, the clinical skills program was first created and offered as a three-week workshop series.This program was originally designed to expose students to the fundamentals of surgical knowledge and develop competency in practical surgical skills. The clinical skills experience is currently offered as a one-credit-hour course for students residing in Earle Hall and covers a variety of topics such as phlebotomy, conducting a patient history, suturing, and more.
“The knowledge, skills, and teamwork CSC provides are indispensable tools for students interested in the healthcare professions!”
“I loved the clinical skills course because of all the hands-on training in medical skills. The class truly fed my excitement for medicine, and I’m excited for this semester’s students to experience that!”