MD Curriculum Renewal: Faculty Request
Faculty will be the key to the success of the MD Program curriculum renewal, and there is a new opportunity for faculty to be involved in a number of roles including coaches, facilitators, mentors and others. Learn more about these roles and how you can become involved.
MD Curriculum Renewal: Entrustable Professional Activities
With the launch of the renewed MD Curriculum in September 2019, the Association of the Faculties of Medicine of Canada Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) will be integrated into the renewed four-year curriculum. Learn more about the EPAs, and find out which of your colleagues is on the task force supporting this work.
MD Curriculum Renewal
This month, we are providing more details on the integrated medical education components of the renewed curriculum. We have also prepared a short video highlighting some of the key elements of the curriculum renewal.
MD Curriculum Renewal - Small and Large Group Learning
Learn more about Small and Large Group Learning, key features in the renewed curriculum.
MD Curriculum Renewal - Taking a closer look at the courses and the Adaptive Learner
Exciting work is continuing on the MD Curriculum Renewal and we are breaking things down for you.
The new curriculum will be founded on the principles of CBME to support active life-long learners as graduates who deliver on all our new competencies which are derived from CanMEDS 2015.
With physicians expectations changing, the needs, interests, and learning styles of medical students changing, and societies expectations for
a greaterinclusion of cultural safety in the delivery of health care increasing – medical education must change. Schulich Medicine is embarking on a curriculum renewal for the MD Program to meet the changing needs of society. This transition will begin to be implemented in September 2019 and will continue through phases in the coming years.