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Joined September 2013

"The consortium allows us to come together as a community of innovators, pitching different ideas to each other and learning from each other's struggles."

Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD

The University of Michigan Medical School is transforming its entire curriculum in order to graduate physician leaders who will improve health care at a system and patient level.

Intentional leadership development exercises are already underway and will connect with all components of the new curriculum, including the M-Home, which launched in fall 2015. The M-Home is a longitudinal learning community designed to foster a strong professional identity based on doctoring skills, professionalism and an understanding of one's values in the service of medicine.

2017 spring consortium meeting

Poster presented: Transforming the Final Phase of the Medical School Experience to Improve the UME to GME Continuum.

Need/gap addressed: Each Branch student will work with a Brand Advisor and the Branch Clinical Competency Committee to develop their competency-based Individual Development Plan (IDP). This IDP will guide the student’s customized Branch curricula that will be a mix of clinical and IMPACT electives.

PDF: Poster: Improve the UME to GME Continuum

LINK: Transforming medical education

VIDEO: Transforming medical education at University of Michigan Medical School

IMAGE 3: Principal investigator: Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD, Associate dean, medical student education

 

IMAGE 1: Medical school logo

IMAGE 2: Medical students

Joined September 2013

"The consortium allows us to come together as a community of innovators, pitching different ideas to each other and learning from each other's struggles."

Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD

The University of Michigan Medical School is transforming its entire curriculum in order to graduate physician leaders who will improve health care at a system and patient level.

Intentional leadership development exercises are already underway and will connect with all components of the new curriculum, including the M-Home, which launched in fall 2015. The M-Home is a longitudinal learning community designed to foster a strong professional identity based on doctoring skills, professionalism and an understanding of one's values in the service of medicine.

2017 spring consortium meeting

Poster presented: Transforming the Final Phase of the Medical School Experience to Improve the UME to GME Continuum.

Need/gap addressed: Each Branch student will work with a Brand Advisor and the Branch Clinical Competency Committee to develop their competency-based Individual Development Plan (IDP). This IDP will guide the student’s customized Branch curricula that will be a mix of clinical and IMPACT electives.

PDF: Poster: Improve the UME to GME Continuum

LINK: Transforming medical education

VIDEO: Transforming medical education at University of Michigan Medical School

IMAGE 3: Principal investigator: Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD, Associate dean, medical student education

 

IMAGE 2: Medical students

University of Michigan Medical Students
University of Michigan Medical Students

VIDEO: Transforming medical education at University of Michigan Medical School

Transforming medical education at University of Michigan Medical School

IMAGE 3: Principal investigator: Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD

Associate dean, medical student education
Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD
Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, MD, of the University of Michigan Medical School.

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