Curriculum Inventory and Reports (CIR)
Curriculum Inventory and Reports (CIR), part of the AAMC's Medical Academic Performance Services (MedAPS) initiative, is designed to serve as the premier benchmarking and reporting tool on content, structure, delivery, and assessment of medical school curricula. Learn more about CIR
Curriculum Inventory 1.1 Now Open to All Schools
On Dec. 17, 2013, the Curriculum Inventory became available to all AAMC member schools to upload their curriculum data. Following a pilot of Version 1 of the Curriculum Inventory, which included the participation of about 30 schools, the enhanced Version 1.1 will bring the AAMC and medical education into a new era of benchmarking, medical education research, and responding to requests for information from legislators and the media.
Schools' Curriculum Deans and Primary CI Administrators (as reported to us in a survey conducted in Summer/Fall 2013) received an e-mail on Mon., Dec. 16, with detailed information about how to access the Curriculum Inventory. As we announced a few weeks ago, the deadline for submissions for Academic Year 2012-2013 is Feb. 10, 2014.
If your institution partners with a curriculum management system vendor, those that are working with the AAMC , as well as developers from many medical schools, have been perfecting their export processes and testing uploads for several weeks and should be ready to upload data for you. The Dec. 16 e-mail to Curriculum Deans and Primary CI Admins provided instructions on what needs to be done in the CI School Portal to facilitate this upload.
If you are a Curriculum Dean or Primary CI Admin at your institution, and you do not receive an e-mail from us regarding your access to the Curriculum Inventory, please contact email@example.com so we can confirm the information we have on record for your school.
Benefits of School Participation in the Curriculum Inventory
- Participating schools are contributing to a national inventory that enhances continuous quality improvement in medical education, medical education research, and the AAMC’s ability to respond to media and legislators about medical education in the U.S. and Canada.
- Participating schools will be able to access and request unlimited national benchmarking reports on medical school curricula at no cost.
- Participating schools scheduled for LCME site visits in 2015-2016 or later will have the option to use uploaded curriculum data to pre-populate the Medical Education section of ASSET,the new online LCME accreditation tool.
Important Notice: AAMC staff are currently in the process of refreshing and enhancing the graphical reports on this site. As each report is published it will be listed below.
Current reports feature data collected by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education from all U.S. AAMC-member medical schools through an annual survey, administered by the American Medical Association.
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MedAPS Session Materials from 2013 AAMC Annual Meeting Available
Materials from MedAPS sessions held at the 2013 AAMC Annual Meeting are now available online.
2013 Annual Meeting MedAPS Session Materials