Educator’s Handbook

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Each of the following policies have been approved by the Medical Education Council. Portions of this educator’s handbook are indexed to Liaison Committee on Medical Education’s (LCME) Standards for Accreditations of Medical Education Programs. The applicable standard is in parentheses after the headings below.

Collegiate Learning Objectives
Standing Education Committees
Medical Education Council (1.1)
Curriculum Strand Directors Committee (1.1)
Assessment Committee (1.1)
Clinical Experiences Committee (1.1)
Medical Arts and Sciences Committee (1.1)
Statement on professionalism (3.5)
Student Mistreatment
Defining mistreatment (3.6)
Reporting mistreatment (3.6)
Investigating and resolving mistreatment (3.6)
Appealing a finding of mistreatment (3.6)
Student Work Hours
Pre-clinical student work hours (6.3)
Clinical student work hours (6.3)
Dissemination of Course and Clerkship Learning Objectives
Pre-clinical courses (6.1)
Clinical Clerkships (6.1)
Students (6.1)
Review of learning objectives (9.1)
General Course and Clerkship Guidelines
Supporting student success
Standards for evaluations
Honors and near-honors grade distribution
Reasonable accommodations
The Honor Code
Approval of New Courses
Clinical Student Supervision and Assessment
Expectations for clerkship directors (9.3)
Expectations for attending physicians and resident physicians (9.3)
Narrative assessment requirement (9.5)
Clinical evaluations
Feedback requirements (9.7)
Grades (9.8)
Healthcare providers involvement in student assessment (12.5)

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Organisation Studies and Human Resource Management
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