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Year 1 23 4 Incorporated into Academic time Longitudinal Courses I.Clinical Reasoning II.Professionalism III.Clinical Skills IV.Community Health V.Indigenous.

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1 Year Incorporated into Academic time Longitudinal Courses I.Clinical Reasoning II.Professionalism III.Clinical Skills IV.Community Health V.Indigenous Health VI.Scholarship in Medicine Themes/Disciplines Composite Clinical Presentations (CP 4 ) 1 Year Boxes are not scaled M0: Foundation M2: Health & Disease Abnormal Processes- Clinical Integration M1: Human Biology & Health Normal Processes- Clinically Applied M2 : Health & Disease Abnormal Processes M5: Med 3 Clinical Clerks  UGME Academic Half Day M6:  Med 4 Electives  CaRMS UGME CURRICULUM RENEWAL FRAMEWORK M4 TTC : Transition to Clerkship M3: Consolidation Principle: “Fully integrated spiral scaffold curriculum through 4 years” M7 TTR: Transition to Residency

2 Plan: January Review Iterative Process to date 2.Update Changes to Schedule & Nomenclature 3.Proposed UGME Governance 4.Timelines and Plans 5.Course Leader Presentations:  M0, M1 & M2 Course Objectives  M1 & M2 Course Outlines  M1 Weekly schedule  Proposed CP4  Proposed M3 – Consolidation topics CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) Meetings Keevin Bernstein

3 April 2011 Forum #4 Oct 2011 Forum #1 UGME CURRICULUM RENEWAL MILESTONES Dec 2011 Stakeholder Engagement : Faculty- Student-Post Graduate - Government - RHAs - Public ACHIEVED: April 2011 Oct 2011 June 2011 Dec 2011 Forum #2 Undergraduate Medical Education 3 Forum #3 Mar 2013 Feb 2012 Jan 2013 Dec 2012 Mar 2012 June 2012 Created: April 2011 Modified : Oct 2012 Aug 2013 Clerkship Mar 2012 April 2012 Modified : Dec 2012 Dec 2012 Aug 2014 Pre Clerkship April 2012 Oct 2012 Dec 2012 Feb 2013 April 2013 May – June 2013

4  CuRe Steering Committee (Working Group)Sept 2010  CuRe UGME Faculty Survey - FMEC Dec 2010  CuRe Faculty Retreat #1 and Report April 2011  CuRe UGME Course & Clerkship Director Survey June 2011  CuRe Department Representative Focus Group July 2011  LCME/CACMS Accreditation Oct 2011 Student surveys/Report  CuRe Task Group (11) Creation & Reports Nov 2011  CuRe Framework Development Feb 2012  Governance UGME Leadership Appointments Jan 2013 UGME CuRe Process

5 CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) June 2013 SELF RFLECTION ! PCD Accomplishments through June 2013 :  Each Module Course Leader: Created Course committee Considered the new curriculum, and how their content may be accommodated Presented Course Ideas, Objectives and/or Outlines  All Longitudinal Course Leaders and many Theme Leaders presented outlines, ideas and/or their approach to curriculum o All UGME leaders interacted with exchange of ideas o Cross discussion with LC/T leaders o Some resolution to selected ownership areas

6 CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) June 2013 PCD Accomplishments through June 2013 :  Introduction to robust MCQ exam Full day workshop with MCC  External Review Senior Associate Dean, Stanford 2 day visit  Review assigned hours and overall schedule  Review all pedagogical approaches: Workshop Pedagogical approaches – TBL  Allocate hours to each course  Provide each course with outline & suggested integration SELF RFLECTION !

7 PCD Accomplishments through Sept – Dec 2013: SELF RFLECTION ! CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) Dec 2013  All Modular & Longitudinal Course Leaders Presented to CuRex:  M1 and M2 objectives  M1 and M2 Course outlines  M1 schedule  Longitudinal Course proposals  Converted to M1 weekly schedule for M1 & Longitudinal courses  PSEC q monthly meetings: Review MCQ questions as both F/D and question preparation.  Revised Governance Organization - draft  Create PCD Timelines

8 M0 M1 FOUNDATION 1.Blood & Immunology 1 2.CV1 and Resp (+ ET) 1 3.NeuroScience 1 ( Psych, Neuro + Opth) 4.Musculoskeletal 1 5.Endocrine 1 and Woman’s Reproductive Health 1 6.GI/Hep/Nutrition 1 and Urinary Tract Mar23- April 2 ( Good Friday April 4 ) April 7- May 22 (Easter Monday April 6 ) May25-29 ……….. Rural week Aug 24 - Sept Sept 21 - Nov Nov 9 - Nov Nov 30 - Dec 18 Dec break Jan 4 - Jan Jan 25 - Feb Feb 16 - Mar Mar Reading week Aug 25 - Sept Sept 22 - Oct Oct 14 - Nov Nov 24 - Dec 19 Dec break Jan 5 - Jan Jan 19 - Feb Feb 17 - Mar 13 TOTAL Mar 16 –20 ……Reading week 1.Intro to Infectious Disease & Therapeutics 2.CV 2 3.Resp (+ ET) 2 4.Introduction to Oncology 5.Blood & Immunology (+ autoimmune diseases )2 6.NeuroScience ( Psych, Neuro, Opth ) 2 7.Woman’s Reproductive Health (WRP) 2 8.Endocrine 2 9.GI/Hep/Nutrition 2 10.Urinary Tract 2 11.Musculoskeletal 2  Human Biology and Health Weeks CuRe Preclerkship M0, 1/2: Human Biology, Health and Disease DRAFT 6 Dec 1, 2013 (brackets are reminder)  Health and Disease M2 M3  Consolidation Mar 24 - May 27 Y1 Y2

9 Changes since June 2013 :  Course Order: 1. Swapped Blood 2 & Intro Oncology with Resp 2 2.Derm – 10 hours will be first week of M3 3.Pain Management - ? First week M3  Course Nomenclature Course Session Number for Modular courses  M0: M01, M02,etc  M1: eg for CV - CV101, CV102, etc  M2: CV201, CV202, etc CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) Jan 2014

10 Changes since June 2013 : Session Designation Nomenclature:  WGS - whole group session – ie lecture  WGS/A - interactive whole group session ie T1, TBL, flipped classroom, audience response (TopHat)  SGS/T - small group session - tutorial  SGS/LP - small group session – lab practical  AS - Assignment to be reviewed in subsequent tutorial or online ie not free or study time  IT - Instructional Test (as opposed to summative midterm) CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) Jan 2014

11 Scheduled Hours Longitudinal Courses: Scheduled M0/M1  CHS 41  Professionalism 50  Indigenous Health 37  Unscheduled CuRe PreClerkship Course Development (PCD) Jan 2014 Proposed M2/M

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19 DateTime CourseNameRoom/Location January 14/14 2:00-2:1010”IntroductionKeevin BernsteinApotex :30 2:10-2:4030” Student Evaluation Barry Cohen 2:40-3:0020”MO – Foundation of MedicineCindy Ellison/ Don Smyth 3:00-3:1010”Break 3:10-3:5040” Community Health Science Joss Reimer 3:50-4:3040” Professionalism Merril Pauls/Aviva Goldberg January 16/14 2:00-2:3030” Blood & Immunology and Oncology Don Houston Gary Harding Apotex :30 2:30-3:0030” NE Tanya Sala/Kerri Schellenberg 3:00-3:1010” Break 3:10-3:3020” MSK Jason Peeler 3:30-3:5020" Indigenous Health Barry Lavalee January 20/14 2:00-2:4040" CS Karen Klym/Rob BrownApotex :30 2:40-3:1535" EM and WRH Carmen Hurd & Maggie Morris 3:15-3:2510" Break 3:25-4:0035" GI and UT Don Duerksen & Keevin Bernstein 4:00-4:3030” Clinical Reasoning Martha Ainslie/Jill Horton January 23/14 2:00-2:4040”CV and RS Anita Soni Clare Ramsey/Adrian Gooi Med Rehab :30 2:40-3:0020” ID & Therapeutics George Zhanel 3:00-3:2020” Pain Management Paul Daeninck/Joel Loiselle 3:20- 3:3010” Break 3:30-4:3060” Objectives Workshop Joanne Hamilton 2014 CuRe PRECLERKSHIP COURSE LEADER PRESENTATION MEETINGS Revised Jan 9, 2014


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