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1 University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia) and Ochsner Health System (New Orleans, USA Transnational Undergraduate Medical Education Professor David Wilkinson BSc(H) MBChB MSc MD PhD DSc FRCP FRACGP FAFPHM Dean of Medicine & Head, School of Medicine The University of Queensland William W. Pinsky, MD Executive Vice-President and Chief Academic Officer Ochsner Health System Professor and Head, Ochsner Clinical School University of Queensland SOM

2 Overview of Ochsner Health System- The Clinical Enterprise 8 Hospitals 37 Clinic Locations 4 Fitness Centers 180-Room Hotel 850 Employed Physicians Employees 1.3 Million Patient Contacts Over 4,000 International Patients $2 Billion Net Revenue

3 Ochsner Health System Footprint

4 Domestic Academic Programs GME: 325 Residents/Fellows in 27 programs UGME: 600 student-months (Tulane and LSU) Nursing: 400 students Allied Health: 400 students Research: 3 NIH RO-1 Grants; 300 clinical protocols Library, Medical Editing, Medical Illustration

5 The Goals, i.e. The Ochsner “Why” Raise Ochsner academic stature by partnering with a high profile University Enable high quality physician recruitment and retention Educate/train medical students and residents in the “Ochsner Way” Regenerate the Ochsner workforce Contribute to strengthening the NOLA and Louisiana physician workforce Enable a more robust translational research agenda

6 University of Queensland SOM 75 years old Top three medical school in Australia 2011 QS rating: 33 in the world rankings/world-university-rankings/2011/subject- rankings/ rankings/world-university-rankings/2011/subject- rankings/ Research University: $400M extramural funding annually HPV immunization developed at UQ

7 School of Medicine Now > 70 y old 3 rd oldest in Australia Australia’s largest medical program 430 new students in Year 1 in 2009 (130 international) MBBS program School leaver / Graduate entry Dual degree option M Phil / PhD / MPH options Ipswich International rotations Post graduate programs 2011 QS rating: 33 in the world sity-rankings/world-university- rankings/2011/subject-rankings/ sity-rankings/world-university- rankings/2011/subject-rankings/ Research > 1200 staff including Academic Title Holders

8 The Goals, i.e. The UQ “Why” To become Australia’s leading Medical School To have an established, widespread global reputation for excellence and innovation To be recognized as “Australia’s global medical school” Points of relevance include the Faculty, the University, Queensland, Australia, our region and the world

9 The Plan Admit US students (citizens) to UQ medical school Use the UQ admission process and standards First two years in Brisbane; final two years at Ochsner Apply the accredited UQ curriculum and testing, plus...

10 The Timeline

11 Important Goals and Milestones Ochsner UGME office and support staff established Course Directors appointed for each major Discipline Learn the UQ curriculum and assessment methodology Establish UQ faculty appointments for all leaders and teachers Obtained reaccreditation for UQ SOM through the AMC – August 2010 site visit in NOLA; December 2010, 6 year accreditation obtained January 2011, first cohort returns to NOLA; Initial White Coat Ceremony

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14 The Future In the midst of recruiting our 2012 class of 80 students Establishing research partnerships between Ochsner and UQ SOM, Centers, and Institutes

15 The World is Flat...


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