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Committee Structure & Membership

What is the Cincinnati Medicine Committee Structure?

Cincinnati Medicine education committee structure guides and makes decisions concerning the medical curriculum in alignment with the program objectives of UCCOM and LCME Standards.

LCME Curricular Management Committee (Standard 8.1)

A medical school has in place an institutional body that oversees the medical education program as a whole and has responsibility for the overall design, management, integration, evaluation, and enhancement of a coherent and coordinated medical curriculum. 

The Role of Medical Students

The continuous improvement of the curriculum depends upon the student representatives to solicit, organize, and deliver feedback from the student body to ensure that the students' learning needs and interests are accurately reflected in any change in curricular design and implementation.

How It All Works

Our committee structure framework provides opportunities for continuous improvement, innovation, and scholarly activities to better prepare our graduates for the challenges 21st Century Clinicians face.

Key strengths:

  • Entrust Faculty 
  • Creates a model that ensures alignment of the Cincinnati Medicine curriculum with the UCCOM program objectives, LCME Standards, and AAMC EPA's.
  • Encourages collaboration across all medical education programs in CoM (BMS, UME, and BME)
  • Foster Interprofessional collaborations
  • Solicits student input

EPC (Education Program Committee)

M1.M2 (Curriculum Committee)
M3.M4 (Curriculum Committee)
CCCT (Clinical Core Competencies Team)

Cincinnati Medicine Committees

EPC reviews and approves all UCCOM curricula and new educational initiates, monitors the learning environment, and reviews the educational program performance in the context of the UCCOM program objectives, LCME accreditation requirements, and AAMC EPA's as well as makes recommendations for further innovation.

M1.M2 oversees the first two years of our curricular structure and makes recommendations for improvements and new initiatives.

M3.M4 oversees the third and fourth year of our curricular structure and makes recommendations for improvements and new  initiatives.

CCCT members collaborate to ensure that the clinical  and co-curricular components (career development, learning environment, wellness, and diversity) is coordinated and integrated across all four years.

M1-M2 Curriculum Committee
2nd Th 12-1:30 pm

Clinical Core Competency Team (CCCT)
4th Tu 7-8 AM

M3-M4 Curriculum Committee
3rd Th 3-5 PM

M1 (Year 1) Courses
Healthcare Emergency Part I First Responder
Clinical Skills 101, 102
Physician & Society 101, 102
Scientific Foundations of Medicine
Blood Systems
Nervous System
Fundamentals of Doctoring 101
Musculoskeletal – Integumentary
Learning Communities 101, 102
M2 (Year 2) Courses
Cardiovascular -Pulmonary System
Renal – GI Systems
Endocrine- Reproductive Systems
Clinical Skills 201, 202
Physician & Society 201, 202
Fundamentals of Doctoring 201, 202
HealthCare Emergency Management Part II: Mass Casualty Incidents, Triage and Natural Disasters
Learning Communities
M3 (Year 3) Clerkships
Intersession (3, 1wk sessions)
Family Medicine Clerkship (4wks)
Neuroscience Clerkship (4wks)
Psychiatry Clerkship (6wks)
Internal Medicine Clerkship (8wks)
Surgery Clerkship (8wks)
Obstetrics & Gynecology (6wks)
Pediatrics (8 wks)
Health Care Emergency Management Part III
Elective Clerkship (2wks) (See below)

M3 Electives

  • Anesthesia
  • Cardiovascular ICU
  • Dermatology
  • Clinical Oncology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Geriatric Medicine
  • Medical ICU
  • Otolaryngology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopaedic
  • Surgery
  • Pathology & Lab Medicine
  • Radiology Urology

M1-M2 Performance and Advancement Committee

M3-M4 Performance and Advancement Committee

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Medical Sciences Building Room G453 - G456
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