Undergraduate Medical Education Program Evaluation Strategy

Phase A – 33 Weeks in Year One

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Phase A – 33 Weeks in Year One
Students learn basic biomedical sciences, including Anatomy (Gross Anatomy, Histology and Cell Biology), Biochemistry & Nutrition, Immunology, Physiology and Neurosciences, and are introduced to basic pathological concepts in Core Pathology. They begin learning clinical medicine on a weekly basis in the classroom (Life Cycles and Humanities, Professional Issues) and in clinical settings (Professional Skills). Each student completes either a Community Service Project (throughout the academic year in Saskatoon) or a Community Experience (two weeks at the end of the academic year, after the examination period, elsewhere in Saskatchewan).
The end of Phase A is the first major promotion point in the curriculum.

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