Throughout its history, UT Southwestern has graduated approximately 20, physicians and other professionals in all areas of medicine. In alone, UTSW faculty is training about 3, medical, graduate, and health professions students, residents, and postdoctoral fellows.
The MD Program is designed to engage with our community in order to graduate physicians trained to deliver high quality, collaborative, and culturally safe care. The program is fully compliant, meeting the requirements of all accreditation standards and elements.
In addition, the medical school has one of the highest student satisfaction indices in the country.
We are proud of these accomplishments and are committed to continuing to develop an innovative educational program that focuses on diversity, social accountability, and developing a curriculum that addresses the significant health disparities that exist between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians.
These are just a few of the interesting and challenging things planned for and I look forward to sharing more of our accomplishments and plans with you throughout the year. These informal conversations will allow small groups of faculty and students to come together for coffee and conversation about the MD program.
Bring your questions and your lunchshare your ideas, and hear about upcoming plans for the program. The first dates for Conversations with the Associate Dean will be: February 5, from noon to 1pm February 26, from noon to 1pm March 16, from noon to 1pm April 3, from noon to 1pm May 7, from noon to 1 pm June 4, from noon to 1 pm Each session will be held in the UME board room Katz and registration will be restricted to the first 12 people to sign up.
More dates will be planned throughout and will be shared via email and through the UME Newsletter. To register for an upcoming conversation circle, please sign up on this document. The Faculty's objectives are to develop knowledgeable, compassionate, collaborative, reflective, and professional physicians committed to quality health care and lifelong learning.
Education, research, and patient care are integrated into the curriculum. The program balances traditional teaching with opportunities for students to be active learners. Professionalism is a Priority We believe professional behaviours should be commended and support safe processes in reporting professionalism lapses.
The Office of Professionalism wants to help.Polycystic Kidney Disease Polycystic Kidney Disease This is quite a common kidney disease, in which cysts (fluid filled sacs) are formed in the kidneys.
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