Minutes 06.12.13

Minutes 06.12.13

University of Virginia School of Medicine
System Leadership Community
 June 12, 2013 

Attended:  Melanie Tomlin, Richard Pearson, Melanie McCollum, Mary Kate Worden, Kambiz Kalantari, Barb Rogers, Celia Dennison, Elizabeth Graham, Darci Lieb, Jim Martindale, Sabrina Nunez, Selina Noramly, Neeral Shah, Anne Tuskey, Karen Knight, Don Innes, Randy Canterbury, Eva Casola, Dela Alexander, Linda Waggoner-Fountain, Elizabeth Bradley, Paula Roy

Guests: Christopher Read, Kate O’Varanese

  1. Nominations for co-chairs of the System Leader Committee were solicited.  All system leaders are eligible including those for the Foundations of Medicine, Cells, Tissue & Mechanisms of Disease, CPD and SIM systems.  Ideally, one of the co-chairs would be a clinician and the other a basic scientist.  Submit nominations to Bart Nathan or Selina Noramly by Monday 6/17. 

  2. Elizabeth Bradley introduced the topic of how active learning is tracked through Oasis as she was asked to chart the percentage of active learning as compared to total hours of instruction for each system for the LCME review.  She included hours of assessment, review and PRL in the total hours of instruction, but after discussing with the group she will re-work the data without assessment and (possibly) review sessions.  Other items discussed and requiring clarification included:


               
  3. Christopher Read and Kate O’Varanese from Hearing Impaired Services were introduced to the group.  They will be coordinating services for the hearing impaired student who is in the class of SMD17 starting in August.  This is the first hearing impaired student to attend UVA Medical School so there are no systems in place at the present time.  Discussion points included:

         
  4.  The last item on the agenda is the Week-at-a-Glance document (see Week-At-A-Glance DOC file or Week-At-A-Glance PDF file).  Don Innes reported that the Curriculum Committee has decided that this will be mandatory when the class of SMD17 starts in August.   No time was left for discussion of this item.