On December 1 you received a reminder email from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) containing a personal invitation link to the Year Two Questionnaire (Y2Q) survey. Many students already completed the Y2Q during special completions sessions on each campus. However, there’s still work to be done!
What is the Y2Q?
The Y2Q survey is delivered to each medical student in the United States. It provides an opportunity for you to give us feedback on several important areas of your educational experiences.
Another Survey? Why?
Y2Q is different than many other surveys you take because it allows us to see how we compare with other medical schools across the country. With Y2Q feedback, we can make meaningful changes during your time with IU School of Medicine.
Brad Allen, MD, PhD
IU School of Medicine has experienced an increasing Y2Q response rate from its second-year students the past three years. We anticipate the Class of 2021 to shatter the previous records!
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Bradley Allen, MD, PhD
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Student Education
Bradley serves as the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Student Education at IUSM, working to help build student support at all nine IUSM campuses from a Student Affairs standpoint as well as continuous improvement in the curriculum offered in all phases...