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University of Michigan Medical School

See how this school is transforming its entire curriculum in order to graduate physician leaders who will improve health care at a system and patient level.
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Joined September 2013

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.

Transforming Medical Education

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

Discover how the consortium schools are transforming medical education.

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

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