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Curriculum Inventory for Curriculum Deans and Administrators Webinars

Past Events

Curriculum Mapping Workshop
June 21, 2017, 3-4:30 p.m. ET
Presentation  | Recording
Curriculum mapping is the key to curriculum management, making it possible to routinely monitor coverage of competencies and key content. Determining what concepts and terminology to map should include a process that reviews accreditation and legislative requirements, institutional mission, vision, and priorities, and best practices for medical care. Implementing curriculum mapping requires leadership, faculty development, and a system that meets institutional needs. This webinar will share examples of curriculum mapping at US and Canadian medical schools and offer potential solutions to a challenging but vital process.

Curriculum Inventory for Curriculum Deans and Administrators
May 24, 2017 3-4:30 p.m. ET
Presentation  | Recording
This webinar provides an overview of the Curriculum Inventory and detailed information about what curriculum data should be uploaded to the Curriculum Inventory. In addition, key concepts about how the data is organized and the specifics of what should be provided for each data element are discussed. The Curriculum Inventory School Portal, the time table for annual academic year uploads, the Verification Report, and the process of uploading, reviewing, and verifying data are explained.

Documenting Clerkships and Electives Webinar
May 23, 2016, 1-2:30 p.m. ET
Presentation  | Recording
Clerkships and Electives are often cited as being the most difficult parts of the curriculum to document, yet the knowledge, skills, and attitudes students develop during these experiences is integral to the transformation from learner to practitioner. This webinar provides options for gathering data and documenting these experiences in a manner that benefits both local and aggregate reporting of key concepts and competencies that students are exposed to as they rotate through planned and unplanned activities. Pros and cons of various practices will be discussed, and examples of the types of reports that can be generated from clerkship and electives data will be presented.


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