Scholarship - Curriculum Renewal

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Curriculum Renewal
MD Undergraduate Program
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Why Change?
Goal of Renewal
The goal of renewing the MDUP curriculum is to
develop and implement a transformative
curriculum that will produce Doctor of Medicine
graduates who will meet not only the current
health care needs of British Columbians, but also
those of the future.
Principles of Curriculum Renewal
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Social responsibility and accountability
Competency-based curriculum
Integrated student assessment
Flexibility
Scholarship
Integration
Continuity
Responsive to the Health care system
MD Undergraduate Mission & Goals
Our mission is to admit and educate students who will
graduate with demonstrated competencies and behaviours
that will equip them to address the current and future
health care needs of British Columbians.
Outcome Goals:
• Preparation for postgraduate residency
• Students meet or exceed exit competencies
• Residency & practice aligned with societal needs
• Pursuit of research, teaching and leadership
• International leadership in distributed medical education
Governance
Governance
Renewed Course Structure
Clinical Week Presentations (Case Order)
Systems
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Cardiology
Dermatology
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology
Hematology
Infectious Disease
Microbiology
Nephrology
Neurology
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OBGYN
Orthopedics
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
Psychology
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Pulmonary
Urology
Themes
 Medical Sciences
 Populations, Diversity, And Equity
 Anatomy and Embryology
 Public Health - Prevention and Control
 Physiology
 Special Populations - First Peoples
 Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease
 Special Populations - Geriatrics
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Medical
Sciences
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Medical
Sciences
 Genetics
 Special Populations - Palliative Care
 Biochemistry
MolecularSciences
Biology
o and
Anatomy
and Embryology  Special Populations – Addiction Medicine
 Diagnostic
Diagnostic
Sciences
 Pathology o Physiology
 Global Health
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Diagnostic
Imaging
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Treatment
Treatment
 Histology
 Health Advocacy
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Medical
Microbiology
and Infectious
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Clinical
Laboratory
Techniques
- Laboratory /Alternative
Diagnosis
o Pharmacology,
Therapeutics,
Complementary
 Diagnostic Sciences
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CareEquity
Of Patients
 Populations,
Diversity,
and
Equity
Populations,
Diversity,
and
Disease
 Diagnostic Imaging
 Clinical Skills
Therapies
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Treatment
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Public
Health
Prevention
And Control
Care
of
Patients,
and
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Care
of
Patients
o Genetics
 Clinical Laboratory
Techniques - Laboratory
 Professionalism
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Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease
Management - Counselling
o Clinical
Special
Populations
- First
 Scholarship
Populations,
Diversity,
and
Equity
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Skills
Diagnosis
Peoples
Medical Ethics
Biochemistry
and Molecular
Biology
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Scholarship
o Special
Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease
Management - Surgery
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Populations
Geriatrics
 Treatment
 Collaboration / Interprofessional Care
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Professionalism
Pathology
 Care
of Patients, and
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o Scholarship
Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease
Management
- Rehabilitation
 Pharmacology,
Therapeutics,
Complementary /- Palliative
 Health
System Improvement
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Special
Populations
Care
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Medical
Ethics
Histology
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Evidence
Based Medicine
(EBM)
 Scholarship
oTherapies
Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease
Management
- Nutrition and
Alternative
 Leadership
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Special
Populations
Addiction
Medicine
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Collaboration
/
Interprofessional
Care
 Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease
Management  Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
 Diagnostic
Sciences
Exercise
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Global
Health
Counsellingo Health System Improvement
 Ehealth Informatics
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Treatment
o
Health
Advocacy
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Populations,
Diversity,
and
Equity
o Leadership
 Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease Management  Scholarship
Surgery
•Improvement
Scholarship
 Populations,
Diversity,
and Equity
o Patient
Safety
and Quality
Care
of Patients,
and
 Non-Pharmacotherapy
Disease
Management • Evidence Based Medicine
o eHealth
Informatics

Care
of
Patients,
and
 Scholarship
Rehabilitation
 Non-Pharmacotherapy
 Scholarship
Disease Management –
Nutrition and Exercise
Spiraled Integration
Key elements of the spiral curriculum are:
• Learners revisit topics several times throughout the program.
• The complexity of the material increases with each revisit.
• New concepts build on previous learning.
Spiraled Integration
Year 1 Week Template
Assessment
Four Assessment Modalities
• Written Examinations (including progress tests and
criterion-referenced testing)
• Portfolios
• Workplace-Based Assessments (WBA), and
• Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE)
Implementation Schedule
More Information - Contacts
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More Information - Resources
http://cr.med.ubc.ca/resources/
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