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Medical Student Education Committee

Quillen College of Medicine

Medical Student Education Committee

The Medical Student Education Committee (MSEC)
meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 3:30 p.m. (time change eff: 7/21/15)
in the Academic Affairs Conference Room, Stanton-Gerber Hall, C116 (except where noted)
~OPEN MEETINGS~
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NOTICE: Faculty Curriculum Forum
Dec. 7, 2016

 College of Medicine Faculty 

As part of our ongoing curricular review process, a variety of curricular changes have been proposed to MSEC.  To allow broad faculty input on issues to consider before finalizing decisions which impact the first and second year curriculum, a faculty forum has been scheduled Wednesday December 14, 2016 at 4 pm in the large auditorium of Stanton-Gerber Hall.  This will preceed the College of Medicine Faculty Meeting scheduled for 5 pm that day.   Please attend and participate in this discussion so that curriculum decisions will be based on input that is as  comprehensive possible. 

Kenneth E. Olive, MD MACP
Executive Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs

           Upcoming MSEC AGENDA

                               Recent MSEC MINUTES

QCOM Institutional Educational Objectives

Continuous Monitoring is now a Prospective Requirement - LCME Standard Element 1.1
A medical school engages in ongoing planning and continuous quality improvement processes that establish short and long-term programmatic goals, result in the achievement of measurable outcomes that are used  to improve programmatic quality, and ensure effective monitoring of the medical education programs compliance with accreditation standards.

MSEC Policy for Periodic and Comprehensive Evaluation of Curriculum

MSEC Curriculum Program Evaluation and Implementation Planning is now in progress - follow the MSEC Minutes for up-to-date discussions and actions implemented.

Program Evaluation to LCME Visit: Timeline

  • 2015-16 Review of the entire medical education program
  • 2016-17 Implementation of identified curricular changes
  • 2017-18 Academic Year reported on in Self-study
    Summary Report and DCI
  • 2018-19 Complete Self-study Summary Report and DCI
    based on academic year 2017-18 data;
    begin process in March 2018
  • 2019-20 Self-study Summary Report and DCI due to
    LCME spring 2019 with site visit fall 2019 

Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) Website

The LCME website provides an in-depth view of LCME accreditation standards and elements
by linking them to relevant sections of LCME accreditation publications.

The  LCME Co-Secretaries host interactive discussions of LCME standards/elements and procedures; third Thursday of each month (January - October) unless identified otherwise.

  • 2017 LCME Webinars
    Meetings held 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (ET)
    January 19; February 9; March 23; May 18; June 15; July 20;
    August 17; September 21; October 19 

 

 Questions/Comments regarding MSEC webpage contact: Lorena McKinley Burton - Academic Affairs Office - 423-439-6233 or email:  

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