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CMED UPDATE April 10, 2014 Ernie Yoder Integrity Respect Empathy Inclusiveness Social Responsibility Excellence Innovation
2013 Timeline 2014 2015 The 1 st 64 students enroll August 5, 2013 Fundraising $22M December2013 Break ground East Campus Fall 2013 Construction Complete on East Campus Spring 2015 2 nd Class Enrolls 104 students August 2014 3 rd Class Enrolls Construction Continues 100 staff, faculty hired East Campus Fully Staffed
TIMELINE Inaugural Class reported August 2013 64 students first class 104 per class thereafter Focus on generalist practice – Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, General Surgery, Ob/Gyn, Psychiatry, and Emergency Medicine Develop new GME (residency) programs Psychiatry- approved 10/13! Pediatrics
STAGES OF LCME ACCREDITATION LCME preliminary accreditation HLC accredited – letter received 03/14 ACGME 5 year accreditation CME reaccredited 12/13
Holistic Admissions The AMCAS application form A review of the MCAT and undergraduate academic performance information (GPA, transcripts) = review A Personal essay Three letters of recommendation A portfolio of extracurricular activities/organization memberships File reviews…fit?
Holistic Admissions process A set of personal interviews: The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is a set of ten short interview stations through which applicants rotate. At each station, the applicant is presented with a question, scenario or task. These interviews are one part of the admissions process in which the candidates will have the opportunity to display aspects of their personal and professional attributes.
APPLICANT ATTRIBUTES Professional characteristics Integrity Reliability Positive work habits Adaptability Teamwork Self-discipline Resilience and Persistence Personal characteristics Compassion for others Altruism Preparation for Medicine Communication skills Leadership abilities Personal maturity Cultural competence
I NAUGURAL C LASS Class Size August 201364 Total Invitees421 Total Applicants2765 Michigan321 Michigan Applicants1130Out-of-State100 "Footprint" Applicants141 Acceptances332 Out-of-State Applicants1635Michigan225 Out of State107
Geographical Distribution 58 – Michigan Residents- 90% 6 – Out-State and Canada 26 – Northern/Central Michigan (including 4 from the Upper Peninsula) Additional Data Age Range 21-44 (80% of class is in the 21-24 age bracket.) 36 Females 28 Males 12 Students identify race as other than white (19%)
2 ND C LASS A DMISSIONS A UGUST 2014 Class Size August 2014104 Total Invitees (to date)546 Total Applicants3007 Michigan334 Michigan Applicants1196Goal550 "Footprint" Applicants84 Offered admission150 Out-of-State Applicants1811Michigan130 MMI Sessions (Oct.-Feb.)14 Target150
Integrated Curriculum Formal Knowledge/ Courses embedded in: Clinical Experience (real and virtual), in an environment of: Inquiry, Discovery, Innovation Year I Year IIYear III Year IV
CURICULUM PRINCIPALS Integration of foundation and clinical science Early clinical experience Continuing foundation science education Patient presentation model, simulated patients and families (relevancy) Team-based learning (learning communities, in practices, in the hospital, friendly competition-game theory) Inter professional (PA, PT, et al.) Self directed learning/cognitive science
CURICULUM YEARS 1 & 2 Longitudinal clinical skills curriculum – integrated with anatomy, imaging, physical examination, interviewing Integrated content courses: Professionalism, Ethics, Population & Community Health, Research, CQI, EBM Clinical and health services/delivery research Lean, process and quality improvement – including as research, at the practice and system levels Population health, epidemiology, community health Evidence-based medicine (proven practice) Health system, care delivery, business of medicine, financing…
CURICULUM YEARS 3 & 4 Longitudinal, integrated clerkship Gradual transitions as skills/knowledge develop Focus on self assessment, lifelong learning, practice-based learning and improvement… Community engaged…learning in the community Clinical experience based there Community faculty as preceptors and facilitators GME community setting Patient Centered Medical Home (more later)
Affiliations Alpena Regional Medical Center Carson Health Charlevoix Area Hospital Covenant HealthCare Harbor Beach Community Hospital HealthSource Saginaw, Inc. Huron Medical Center McLaren (Flint, Bay, Central, Northern Region) Mercy Hospital Grayling MidMichigan Health (Midland, Alma, Clare, Gladwin) McKenzie Health System – Sandusky Marlette Regional Hospital Otsego Memorial Hospital Port Huron Hospital Portage Health Scheurer Hospital Sheridan Community Hospital St. Mary’s of Michigan St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital St. Joseph Health System West Branch Regional Medical Center