Dr. Brannick will be offering Applied Biomedical Communication ANFS 450/650 in Spring 2019. The course combines active learning experiences and brief lectures with a customized term project to help students develop individual written and oral communication skills for research, publication and careers in biomedical fields. The class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-1:45 in 009 Townsend Hall. This course has been approved to fulfill the second writing requirement for ANS, PVAB, and FS majors. For additional information, please see the attached flyer or contact Dr. Brannick email@example.com.
Biomedical Communication, offered in Fall 2015, will cover methodology, technique, and ethical issues fundamental to written, oral, and visual communications in the biologic and medical sciences. Topics include: scientific method/reasoning, hypothesis development, adaptation for audience, communication format and voice, types of publications, source citation, and peer review.