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The Shared Discovery Curriculum (SDC) offers numerous opportunities for scholarly research.  Scholarly activity produced by college members regarding the SDC is available below. Please send any additional publications you would like considered for addition to this page to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Publications

Trust Worthy

Wagner DP. Trust Worthy. JAMA. 2014;312(24):2621-2622. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jama.2014.10438

Progress Testing 2.0: Clinical Skills Meets Necessary Science

Gold, J., DeMuth, R., Mavis, B., & Wagner, D. (2015). Progress testing 2.0: clinical skills meets necessary science. Medical Education Online, 20. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/meo.v20.27769

Documenting Clinical Performance Problems Among Medical Students: Feedback for Learner Remediation and Curriculum Enhancement

Mavis, B., Wagner, D., Henry, R., Carravallah, L., Gold, J., Maurer, J., Mohmand, A., Osuch, J., Roskos, S., Saxe, A., Sousa, A., & Winkler Prins, V. (2013). Documenting clinical performance problems among medical students: feedback for learner remediation and curriculum enhancement. Medical Education Online, 18. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/meo.v18i0.20598


Presentations

Entrustable Professional Activities Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency: Student Self-Efficacy Increases with Curricular Time

Gold J, DeMuth R, Brian Mavis BE, Wagner D.  AAMC Medical Education Meeting, Baltimore MD November 11, 2015.

Progress Redefined: Measuring Performance on an Integrated Progress Clinical Skills Exam (PCSE) across Four Years of Medical School

Demuth, R., Gold, J., Wagner, D., and Mavis, B., Joint CGEA/CGSA/COSR* meeting, Columbus, Ohio, March 2015


January 28, 2015 Poster Reception

The College of Human Medicine held a poster reception on January 28, 2015 to display various aspects of the shared discovery curriculum. All of the posters which were on display are available below.  Clicking the poster title will give you a copy of the poster to view in PDF format.  The poster will load in a new browser window or tab. For better viewing, save the poster to your computer and open it in Adobe Reader or Acrobat Pro.

  1. Snapshots of Curriculum Change
  2. Intro the Shared Discovery Curriculum
  3. Early Clinical Experience
  4. Intersessions
  5. Middle Clinical Experience
  6. Late Clinical Experience
  7. Just In Time
  8. Learning Societies
  9. Chief Complaints and Concerns
  10. Progress Testing
  11. Where in the World Is...
  12. Pediatrics

February 1, 2012 Poster Reception

The College of Human Medicine also held a poster reception on February 1, 2012, to generate ideas to consider in the process of developing a new curriculum. All of the posters which were on display are available below.  Clicking the poster title will give you a copy of the poster to view in PDF format.  The poster will load in a new browser window or tab. For better viewing, save the poster to your computer and open it in Adobe Reader or Acrobat Pro.

Bioethics Specializations
T Tomlinson

Bringing the Patient Centered, Medical Home Concept to Medical Education
M Rappley

Can SOAPES? Notes Help us Clean Up Our Act?
D Wagner, H Barry

Curriculum and Assessment in the Palm of Your Hand Or, My Brain on Drugs
D Wagner, R Henry

Development of an Integrated Ultrasound Curriculum
M Flannigan, D McNinch, D Lock

Developmental Origins of Adult Diseases: Interaction of Biological and Cultural Evolution on Stem cells and Cell-Cell Communications
J Trosko

An Early Immersive Primary Care Experience Integrating Students into Communities
J Phillips, R DeMuth

Emergency Medicine Clerkship Assessment Through Simulation
M Emery, D Lock, D Wagner

Engaging the Patient-physician Relationship: A Two-course sequence in communication and relationship skills
A Hesson

Girl Scout (Merit Badge) Model 1 & 2
Curriculum Design Group

Health Care Disparities
K Kelly-Blake

Informed Consent from Theory to Practice: Conceptual, Communicative and Evaluative Challenges of an Ethical Ideal
A Mongoven

Improving Consistency in the Presentation of Disease within a Problem-Based Learning Curriculum will Improve Understanding, Retention, and Application
A Kilian

Integrating Interprofessional Education (IPE) Across the Curriculum
M Thompson, D Wagner

Integration of Public Health and Population Medicine Across the Curriculum
D Sienko, W Wadland, J Phillips, M Polverento

Integrative Clinical Correlations (ICC) as Core for a New Curriculum
C Arvidson, R DeMuth, H Toriello

The Joy Initiative
M Rose, A Ley, D D'Mello, A Aniskiewicz, C Giuliano, D Coté, J Sanchez

Khan Academy-Style Mini-Lectures
S VanBronkhorst

LGBTQI* People and Issues in the Medical School Curriculum
C Fong, L Zielinski, E Antoon, R Crosbie, D Aguilar, R DeMuth

A Longitudinal Course in Positive Professionalism for Preclinical Medical Students
C Han

Longitudinal Medical Home Curriculum For MSU-CHM Students
S Sudanthar, J Turner

A Longitudinal Patient Safety Curriculum for CHM
D Wagner

Lucky 13
Curriculum Design Group

Medical Student Well-Being: A Prevention Based Approach
B Wolf

MSU CHM First-year Online Inclusion Writing Lab
L Fowler, T Smith, W Lipscomb

Occupational/Environmental Medicine
K Rosenman

A Patchwork Quilt of Diversity: Our New PBL Patient Panel
J Osuch, J O'Donnell, C Reznich, K Polizzi

PBL in the New Curriculum: Four Years for the Price of One
C Reznich, K Polizzi, J Osuch, J O'Donnell

Proposed Research Curriculum: Block I and II
J Ilardo, J Dwyer

A Quantum Change: Mental Health Training
K Blackman, D D'Mello, R DeMuth, G Ferenchick, L Freilich, H Laird0Flick, C Meerschaert, S Roskos, Y Sigal, R Smith, D Solomon

Review and Suggestions for Improvement of Musculoskeletal Curriculum at MSU-CHM
J Hooper, B Burmeister

Rural Community Health Program (R-CHP)
A Wendling, H Barry, J Phillips, S Roskos

SCRIPT Competency Based Curriculum
M Noel, R DeMuth

Shared Discovery Series: Students and Faculty Learning Together
Curriculum Design Group

Team Based Learning — Model and Methodology
Curriculum Design Group

Thoughtful Caring: Health Care Ethics
L Fleck

Tracks
Curriculum Design Group

A Vertically Integrated Geriatrics Curriculum
K Foley, C Luz, M Ensberg, J Ilardo, D Sleight

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