Strategies

 

Strategies

Triple Aim of Medical Education

Character, Competence and Caring: Better preparing physicians from pre-med through practice to meet new and ever-changing demands.

Character

Character

Embracing integrity, fairness, honesty, and good judgment

Competence

Competence

Nurturing professionalism, collaboration, leadership, and resilience

Caring

Caring

Communicating empathy, kindness, and compassion to patients and families

Four Pillars of Transformation

 

Faculty

Faculty 

Equipping faculty to:

  • Model character, competence, and caring
     
  • Adopt innovative ways to teach new skills and capabilities
     
  • Partner with learners to increase resiliency and reduce burnout

 

Students

Students

Enhancing medical school admissions to cultivate ideal physicians by:

  • Developing pipeline education programs that emphasize character
  • Advancing a holistic admissions process that assesses values and personal skills alongside cognitive abilities

Curriculum

Curriculum

Aligning curriculum to:

  • Address character, competence, and caring
     
  • Link more closely with local, regional and national needs
     
  • Measure learner success in acquiring new skills and perspectives

Culture and Systems

Culture & Systems

Advancing transformation that:

  • Facilitates collaboration and sharing of best practices
     
  • Connects learners from underrepresented communities with medical education
     
  • Redefines medical education nationally, while respecting the culture of individual institutions
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