I thought the same thing when I was looking at the application. My answer is still blank. Out of all the supplemental questions I've answers, UCSF's are the hardest
So for instance, I can talk about a patient who was diagnosed with a disorder/illness and how it effected her human being (body, mind, spirt)? does this full under the category of human condition?
Ok - first, you need to get clear the difference between "affect" and "effect". I think you're using "effected" incorrectly, altho there is some kind of writing guru on here.
To "affect" something is to make it change or influence it. To "effect" something is the formal way of saying to make it happen. Its confusing because either way you use it, it may cause or influence the end result.
Sorry about the "affect" & "effect" - I'm not sure myself sometimes how to use them, but if you do use them - be very, very sure you're using the right word. Otherwise, use a different word.