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Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

Read how this school is implementing a novel, learner-centered, competency-based curriculum.
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Medical students hold up answer placards during class.

Joined September 2013

We want students to improve themselves and improve the systems that they will work in, to improve society.
George C. Mejicano, MD, MS

Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Medicine is implementing a novel, learner-centered, competency-based curriculum. This program enables students to advance through individualized learning plans as they achieve key milestones tracked by a personal portfolio. Faculty members serve as student coaches and mentors, teaching and assessing skills related to informatics, quality science and interprofessional teamwork.

2017 Spring Consortium Meeting

Poster presented: Reflective Practice: Developing Lifelong Learners

Need/gap addressed: Training future physicians to be self-directed lifelong learners is crucial. Learners need to stay current on best practices and medical knowledge and be able to identify and mitigate gaps in knowledge and skills.

Transforming Medical Education

Discover how the consortium schools are transforming medical education.

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George Mejicano of the Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine.
Principal investigator: George C. Mejicano, MD, MS
Senior associate dean, education

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