UA COM & the LCME Self-study

What does the UA COM do better than just about any other medical school in the world? 
 
Since our last self-study for accreditation (2004) a lot has changed. This is certainly true of education and funding; the millennial generation; the leadership changes; the implementation of ArizonaMed curriculum (2006) and the Phoenix track (2007); and technology (can you say Facebook?).
 
The self-study process allows us to carefully review all aspects of the COM to reaffirm and reframe our vision and mission in light of these changes. Ultimately, this process will result in improving that which distinguishes the UA COM from the rest.

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UA College of Medicine - Tucson Earns Accreditation Through 2022

See the AHSC announcement from the UA Senior Vice Presdient for Health Sciences and the UA COM-Tucson Deputy Dean here.

THANK YOU TO ALL

WHO MADE THE

LCME SELF-STUDY and SURVEY VISIT

A SUCCESS!

These include the institutional self-study task force, self-study committees, student self-study commmittee,  all who authored the database responses, all support staff/units, and the COM LCME Project Leadership.

Progress Updates:

  • Meet the LCME Accreditation Survey Team who conducted the survey visit.

Check this out:

LCME taking more severe actions against medical schools (article)


LCME Project Management

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What are the categories of LCME compliance findings?