Through a series of conversations, the Curious Questioning Teams will work together to perform an analysis on our current curriculum, and propose initiatives and changes that will prepare our medical students for tomorrow's healthcare industry and inform the school's mission and vision into 2035 and beyond. The Teams are categorized into four spheres which bridge the UME curriculum leading to successful GME training. The full process will incorporate feedback from people in every area of the educational program, including graduates, current students, faculty, staff, and other stakeholders.
This LibGuide contains secure links to resources supporting the first three spheres of the Curious Questioning Teams: Outputs, Constructs, and Technology.
The Next Paradigm Shift in Medical Education: Preparing Clinicians to use Artificial Intelligence in their Clinical Decision Making
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Cornelius James
Connecting Continuous Physician Assessment with Quality Patient Care
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Furman S. McDonald
Cognitive Integration: Understanding the Learning Benefits of Integration of Basic and Clinical Science
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Nicole N. Woods
Can We Educate Physicians to be Trustworthy? It Depends
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Adina Kalet
Promoting an Anti-bias and Inclusive Curriculum: Concrete Tools Toward Excellence in Education and Clinical Care
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Hetty Cunningham
Curriculum Renewal – What is it? Why is it?
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Louis Pangaro
Designing a Portfolio-Based Assessment System: Lessons from the Trenches
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. Beth Bierer
The Case Against Grades
Curriculum Renewal with Alfie Kohn
The Sciences of Learning
Curriculum Renewal with Dr. David Hirsh
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