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1 A Systematic Review of Social Accountability in Medical Education: Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Florida International University Alan Wells, PhD, MPH; Presenter Gilbert Ramirez, DrPH; Principal Investigator

2 Collaborators Shafik Dharmsi, PhD University of British Columbia Lauri Andress, PhD Independent Researcher, Consultant Luther Brewster, PhD Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM), Florida International University (FIU) David Brown, MD, HWCOM-FIU Alnecia Rumphs, Epi Doctoral Student FIU School of Public Health

3 Social Accountability Concepts [Medical Schools have] the obligation to direct their education, research and service activities towards addressing the priority health concerns of the community, region, and/or nation they have a mandate to serve WHO 1995

4 Social Accountability Grid ValuesEducation RelevanceWhat is the best role for doctors? QualityCollaborating to address the Social Determinants of Health EquityMinority recruitment and placing graduates in health professional shortage areas Cost-effectivenessPromote a primary health care model Boelen C, Woollard B., (2009). Social accountability and accreditation: A new frontier for educational institutions. Medical Education (43)

5 FIU data base Medical School Mission Statements n=159

6 Content analysis of Social Accountability in Mission Statement Word analysis looking at Presence dichotomous (no, yes; 0,1) Intensity how often Consistency levels in mission, vision, values, goals But we havent analyzed all of this yet

7 Major themes themedescription PopulationA key group that must be included within the realm of care and concern or a group not historically trained that must be educated as providers PrincipleA key standard, aspiration or believe that must be incorporated into education and curriculum and practice IssueA subject, topic or concern that should be addressed PracticeA type of approach to providing care

8 Analytic categories and indicator words CategoriesWords/Phrases Principles/ Overarching PerspectiveMoral obligation/enterprise Social justice/obligation/perspective/response Altruism, social contract Issues/NeedsSocietal challenges and needs, cultural and social background Groups/PopulationsRural, poor, underserved, minority Practice/ApproachPartnership, integration, community engagement, community based

9 Analytic Framework Mission Principles Issues Groups Practices Vision Principles Issues Groups Practices Values/ Goals Principles Issues Groups Practices

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17 Next Steps? Discussion How should we measure/define social accountability outcomes? Should we focus on analyses of medical curriculum?

18 Correspondence and Thank you Alan L. Wells, HWCOM, FIU


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