001 - 2.5 Overview of the MD Curriculum and Exit Competencies - Dr. Adam Peets (BW x 4).pdf

001 - 2.5 Overview of the MD Curriculum and Exit Competencies - Dr. Adam Peets (BW x 4).pdf

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Overview of the MD Curriculum and Exit Competencies Adam Peets MD MSc (MedEd) FRCPC Assistant Dean, Curriculum UBC MD Undergraduate Program No competing interests in regards to the content of this presentation. DISCLOSURE This session builds on the following: •Introduction to the MD Program and MEDD 410 – Lecture (Week 1) •MDUP Mission and Goals – Lecture (Week 1) Weeks/sessions building on this session: •Assessment Methods and Exam Policies – Lecture (Week 1) •All 4 years of medical school! THE SPIRAL: WHERE DOES THIS FIT? 1. Describe how the Systems, Themes and Clinical Experiences are integrated across the four years of the MD Undergraduate program 2. Describe types of educational activities and learning tools specific to the Clinical Experiences component of the MEDD courses 3. Describe expectations on students with respect to office visits including logistics (eg appropriate student tasks, contact with office staff, scheduling, transportation, appropriate dress and behaviour) 4. Discuss the possible roles of a year one and two medical student in patient care 5. Discuss the importance of patient-centred care 6. Describe the role of family physicians in the health care system 7. Recognize the importance of the Exit Competencies in framing learning during medical school OBJECTIVES
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