Undergraduate Medical Education Program Evaluation Strategy


Phase B – 33 Weeks in Year Two



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Phase B – 33 Weeks in Year Two
Phase B begins the transition from basic biomedical and pathologic concepts to the Systemic Study of Disease (“Systems”), supported by Systemic Pathology, Microbiology, Genetics, Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Basic clinical skills learned in Phase A are honed through daily Clinical Sciences sessions in Internal Medicine and Surgery.
The end of Phase B is the second major promotion point in the curriculum.
Phase C - 15 Weeks in Year Three (Term One)
The Systematic Study of Disease and associated courses continue into Phase C. Population health issues are introduced through Community Health and Epidemiology. The students learn Clinical Skills pertaining to a broad spectrum of medical disciplines such as Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Diagnostic Imaging.
The end of Phase C is the third major promotion point in the curriculum.
Throughout the pre-clerkship phases, attention is given to a variety of so-called Vertical Themes, such as Ethics & Professionalism, Social Accountability, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, etc. There are ample opportunities for pre-clerkship clinical electives, summer externships and research projects. There are also opportunities for community engagement, such as participation in service to marginalized populations through the interprofessional SWITCH clinic (Student Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health) or involvement in Northern Saskatchewan and international communities from the “Making the Links” project.



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