Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) is honored to be one of 11 schools selected to receive a $1 Million grant from the American Medical Association – Accelerating Change in Medical Education (AMA-ACE) grant program.
The following is the text from an email by Sara Jo Grethlein, MD, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education Dear Colleagues As you are doubtless aware, the Indiana University School of Medicine is launching our curriculum reform with academic year 2015-16. We are seeking dynamic educators to lead our newly designed courses and help to […]
Sometimes when we see an average looking person, we are overlooking the unique characteristics that mark them as exceptional. In 2011 I had the privilege of meeting Dr. Janet Rowley when she spoke to SELAM (the Society for Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine) about the challenges of being a woman in medicine and science. Quiet […]
Faculty are usually comfortable with the idea of bench research, and publishing case reports or clinical trial results. But, how do we capture the scholarship in our activity as educators? We often expend a great deal of energy exploring the best way to introduce students to new material or to explain difficult concepts in a […]
So, why have we started a BLOG? It’s simple, really. We want to be able to communicate with our community of educators about Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM). There is so much going on both within and outside of our institution. This is an exciting time to be part […]