Agendas, Minutes & Announcements

Agendas and Minutes

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Announcements

SAVE THE DATE! The 26th Curriculum Colloquium is TBD.

Navigator Search Instructions provide the capability to perform various searches within Navigator including:

  • A general search of Navigator page content and attachments
  • A structured search of Navigator page content
  • To generate a report of courses meeting pre-defined categories of information

Curriculum Committee members as well as Course and Clerkship Directors now have access to the Navigator site.  Anyone who does not have access should contact Dr. Jason Rosenstock, Interim Associate Dean for Medical Education.


Proposal Procedure for a New Elective

The elective curriculum at UPSOM is designed so that students can pursue areas of interest that will deepen and broaden their education.  It is also a time for students to fill in any gaps in clinical knowledge or skills prior to the start of internship.  The Elective Proposal Document outlines the procedure necessary for an elective to be added to the School of Medicine Curriculum Courses and to be officially listed in the online Course Catalog.  Completed Elective Proposal Forms should be given to the Chair of the UPSOM Curriculum Committee or Associate Dean for Medical Education for initial discussion at the Curriculum Committee Executive Committee.


Request for a Change in Curricular Content 

The Curriculum Committee has central oversight on major changes to the curriculum.  Course and clerkship directors must request Curriculum Committee approval before making major changes to existing curriculum.  Directors are empowered to make minor changes (e.g., faculty, format, timing, sequence, weightings) without prior approval.  For more information, and to request approval, see this document.