Undergraduate Medical Education Program Evaluation Strategy

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The College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan offers a four-year undergraduate medical education program. For information regarding admission to the program, please see www.usask.ca/medicine/admissions/.
The MD program is designed to ensure that participants graduate with a common foundation of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes. This general professional education prepares undifferentiated graduates for subsequent education in primary or specialty care areas. Those with a research interest may consider application to the MD/MSc-MD/PhD program. http://www.usask.ca/medicine/education/undergrad/programs.php
The curriculum is under the direction of the Curriculum Committee, which reports directly to the Faculty Council of the College of Medicine. Significant curriculum revisions are being implemented; the descriptions below pertain to the Class of 2009.
The educational philosophy underlying our curricular planning is learning centered, making use of increasingly complex and relevant cases within the following broad approaches: Cooperative, Active, Self-Directed and/or Experiential learning (i.e., CASE-based). Students benefit from early and frequent patient contact, solid grounding in basic biomedical sciences and the frequent use of integrated case studies to link basic and clinical science learning. Our graduates are known for their sound clinical competence and initiative as they enter postgraduate residency education programs across the country.
Years One and Two of the program run from late August to May. Year Three runs from late August to the end of June, followed immediately by Year Four from July through April. The curriculum is divided into four phases:

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