University of Virginia School of
Pediatric Pathology Conference Room, 4:00 pm
Present (underlined) were: Reid Adams, Robert Bloodgood,
Anita Clayton, Al Connors, Gene Corbett , Joseph
Dubose, Joanna Goldberg, Donald Innes (Chair), Jerry
Short, Bill Wilson, Debra Reed (Secretary)
University of Virginia
- Review of summer events
- a) PoM - The PoM course is off to a good start. Comments
from students and faculty have been positive.
- b) Teaching Space - When/if the purchase of the Genesis
building is completed, allocation for temporary teaching space for the
Medical School will be requested. The Genesis space would help
alleviate room scheduling difficulties until a new education building
is constructed. The new medical education building has now been listed
(#4) on the University Construction Planning Project List.
- c) BOV meeting - Dean Carey will be giving a presentation on
medical education to the Board of Visitors in September.
- d) Clinical Connections pilot - Reid Adams updated the
Committee on the first Clinical Connections program to be held on
9/25/00. A copy of the Clinical Connections overview, proposed budget,
initial letter to the students, introduction and instructions, 9/25/00
agenda, and case studies was distributed. The case presentation
material will be sent to the students approximately two weeks prior to
the program, giving the students time to discuss the cases among their
groups (either by phone or e-mail) and be prepared to discuss the case
at the beginning of the Clinical Connections program.
- Committee member opening - Please e-mail email@example.com
with names of candidates to fill the vacant position on the Curriculum
Committee. Candidates should be faculty with a strong interest in
- Fall Agenda
- a) Course evaluation form for use in Fall 2000 - Drs. Bloodgood,
Innes, and Short are preparing a course evaluation format and will
present this to the Committee within the month.
- b) PoM-2 - Planning must take place to ensure a smooth and
educationally sound progression from PoM-1 into and throughout PoM-2
(ICM). Brian Wispelwey, working closely with John Gazewood, Eve
Bargmann and this committee will be key to this further development of
- c) Clinical medicine year 3/4 options - The Curriculum Committee
must assess the 3rd and 4th years of medical school (now the "clinical"
and "elective" years). The Clinical Medicine Committee will be asked to
define the knowledge, skill and attitudinal expectations for the
clerkships and electives. The Curriculum and Clinical Medicine
committees will then assess the degree with which we currently meet
these expectations and based on this assessment, determine what action
needs to be taken.
The Electives Board, represented on the Clinical Medicine Committee by
Dr. Margaret Mohrmann, began preliminary studies of the electives
program this summer and will report to us next week.
The documents Competencies Required of the Contemporary
Physician, Guidelines for Curriculum Development,
Expectations for the Curriculum, and Criteria For Curricular Design,
Implementation and Evaluation will be distributed to all course
directors. The directors will be asked to provide these guides to the
educational effort to their faculty.
- d) Planning must begin for the "Exploratory" program with possible
pilot implementation in 2001-2002 with full program in 2002-2003.
- Clerkship Calendar - A draft of the 2001-02 clerkship
calendar was distributed to the Committee.
- Class 2003 Year 3 (2001-2002) *** DRAFT ***
Career Day Tuesday, June 26, 2001
Basic Patient Care Skills Wednesday June 27 - Thursday June 28,
Make up MIS training Friday, June 29, 2001.
Period 1 July 2, 2001 - September 22, 2001
Period 2 September 24, 2001 - December 22, 2001
Period 3 January 7, 2002 - March 30, 2002
Period 4 April 8, 2002 - June 29, 2002
- This schedule allows for a week off at Thanksgiving, a Winter
holiday of two weeks and a Spring holiday of 1 week.
**** The September 7th meeting will be devoted to
Electives. Margaret Mohrmann, Electives Director, will present an
overview and assessment of the electives program. She will also discuss
recommendations from the Electives Board.