Planning for the upcoming academic year? Here are some resources that you may find useful

The beginning of the academic year 2013/14 is drawing near. You may have already begun to plan for your course or sessions. If you’re in a planning mood over the next few weeks, here are some resources that may help you:

Curricular Coordinators:: Our UGME Curricular Coordinators assist with all operational aspects of your teaching: putting the timetable into MEdTech, assisting with your session page, helping to build quizzes and RATs, and a host of other activities. They are:
Zdenka Ko: Year 1: zk@queensu.ca, ext 77804
Tara Hartman: Year 2: tara.hartman@queensu.ca, ext. 79546
Candace Miller: Clerkship Core Academic Courses (“C Courses”): candace.trott@queensu.ca, ext. 74102
Jane Gordon: Clerkship Clinical Courses, ugme.clerkship@queensu.ca, ext. 75162

The Educational Development Team (Education Team) at Undergraduate Medical Education: We are:
Sheila Pinchin, Educational Developer, assisting with curriculum planning, clerkship teaching and learning, and teaching about physicians’ intrinsic roles through Professional Foundations
sheila.pinchin@queensu.ca, ext. 78757
Theresa Suart, Educational Developer, assisting with planning and observations for years 1 and 2 in medical school and for QuARMS (Early Entry Program) theresa.suart@queeensu.ca, ext.75485
Eleni Katsoulas, Assessment and Evaluation Consultant, assisting with assessment planning in all years, and planning and analysis for OSCEs eleni.katsoulas@queensu.ca ext. 78094

Here are some resources you may find helpful:

In MEdTech, we have placed many of our curriculum documents and ideas for you in our Faculty Resources Community:
https://meds.queensu.ca/central/community/facultyresources

Don’t feel you have to plan alone! Give one of us a call or email to help out.

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