Over 400 people have been involved with building the new curriculum, which entails many different aspects of change. As well as changes to the way the content is delivered, there are changes to the roles of those who, support and deliver the MD Undergraduate Program.
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Curriculum Renewal Communications, December 8, 2016
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Curriculum Renewal Communications, November 4, 2016
We continue with our feature ‘Role in the Spotlight’ where our teams tell us what it means to deliver a renewed curriculum. Today Dr. Hanh Huynh talks about his role as the MEDD 411 – Foundations of Medical Practice I and MEDD 412 – Foundations of Medical Practice II, Site Director for the Vancouver Fraser […] Read more
Curriculum Renewal Communications, July 8, 2016
Last week Dr. Joanna Cheek highlighted her role as a FLEX CAFL. Today we head to the Northern Medical Program to speak to Trina Fyfe, a FLEX Advisor. The FLEX Advisor provides longitudinal mentorship and coaching to students as they prepare for and engage in their chosen FLEX activities. FLEX Advisors provide support for their […] Read more
Curriculum Renewal Communications, July 4, 2016
FLEX has been successful as a new, innovative course in the renewed MD undergraduate program (MDUP) offering students a unique opportunity to pursue a variety of scholarly activities. The FLEX CAFL works with FLEX Course Directors to review student activity proposals and assess the resultant activity learning artefacts. CAFLs also provide support and direction for students, based […] Read more
Curriculum Renewal Communications, June 24, 2016