Excel as Destination of Choice

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Strategic Direction #3: Excel as a destination of choice for exceptional education and learning

 

Goals and Metrics

  1. With our University and hospital partners, promote and provide a learning experience rooted in continuous program improvement

    Metrics
    - Compliance to the UME accreditation standards as measured by the number of elements within each UME Standard
      determined to be: satisfactory; satisfactory with a need for monitoring; unsatisfactory
    - Compliance to the PGME accreditation standards as measured by the number of PGME accredited programs with
      status as; full accreditation; full accreditation with mandated internal review; full accreditation with mandatory
      external review; intent to withdraw
    - Compliance to the CME accreditation standards as measured by the number of CME accreditation standards that
      are determined to be: fully compliant; partially compliant; not compliant
    - Compliance to the MPH accreditation standards as measured by the number of CEPH accreditation standards that
      are determined to be: met with commentary; partially met; not met

  2. Attain and surpass mandated accredited program standards

    Metrics
    - Compliance to the UME accreditation standards as measured by the number of elements within each UME Standard
      determined to be: satisfactory; satisfactory with a need for monitoring; unsatisfactory
    - Compliance to the PGME accreditation standards as measured by the number of PGME accredited programs with
      status as; full accreditation; full accreditation with mandated internal review; full accreditation with mandatory
      external review; intent to withdraw
    - Compliance to the CME accreditation standards as measured by the number of CME accreditation standards that are
      determined to be: fully compliant; partially compliant; not compliant
    - Compliance to the MPH accreditation standards as measured by the number of CEPH accreditation standards that
      are determined to be: met with commentary; partially met; not met

  3. Develop world-class, socially-responsible undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral learners who will become global leaders in health-related fields

    Metrics
    - Number of students involved in projects/interest groups which generate revenue for community
      organizations/people in need
    - "Admitted" students' scores on interview questions related to empathy, compassion and social accountability
      (i.e components/roles/traits/domains related to social accountability)
    - Number of students involved as volunteers in community organizations and/or service clubs or who return to
      community organizations as volunteers after learning commitments have ended
    - Number of learners who take on leadership roles in National groups (UME, PARO, etc.)

  4. Enhace the School's global impact on under-served populations

    Metrics
    - Number of students involved in interest groups related to looking at the health of populations considered to be
      impoverished and/or need (trans health, indigenous, etc.)
    - Number of students from both served and under-served poplulations who return to practice in
      under-served populations
    - Number of clinical rotations and trainees who practice in under-served populations
    - Number of residents who set up clinical practice in an under-served area
    - Number of educational activities developed/offered to support delivery of health care to under-served populations and
      number of participants in those activities

 

 
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* SMA-defined metric
** Western-defined metric