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Second Year Ppreclerkship Semester 4 Students continue to delve into the details of system biology and gain experience in family medicine and clinical settings. Classes Osteopathic Patient Care 3 Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine 3 Care of the Young Aging Adult 3 Gastrointestinal System Integumentary System Principles of Family Medicine Female Reproductive System Semester 5 Students continue to learn about systems biology and extend their manipulative skills and techniques. Classes Osteopathic Patient Care 4 Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine 4 Care of the Young Aging Adult 4 Psychopathology Hematopoietic System Cardiovascular System Principles of Family Medicine Semester 6 Students further their examination of systems biology and analyze philosophical and conceptual issues related to the practice of medicine including legal issues and special circumstances disability and chronic illness. Classes Osteopathic Patient Care 5 with preceptor Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine 5 Care of the Young Adult Aging 5 Respiratory Systems Biology Medical Ethics Professionalism Law Principles of Family Medicine Semester 7 Students engage in case studies to complete their foundation of medical knowledge and learn basic procedurestechniques to be used in the clinical setting Classes Transitions Classroom to Bedside Students must complete two of the three preceptor experiences