4-12-01 CME Minutes
Mrs. Virginia Saha has received a great response
to her Cleveland Health
Sciences Library e-mail survey from both students and faculty for
purposes of the spring 2002 LCME School of Medicine re-accreditation.
The library is offering a one-day
course, “A Field Guide to GenBank,” on Tuesday, May 22.
There will be lectures from 9:00 a.m. to noon and a series of
hands-on sessions in the computer classroom E324 in the afternoon.
Anyone wishing to come, just contact Mrs. Saha at email@example.com.
conflicts are still occurring despite the existence of the electronic
calendar. Dr. LaManna
expressed the desire to avoid unknowing conflicts, such as
seminars/chair lectures being held at the same times as Faculty
Council/CME meetings. Scheduling rooms in the School of Medicine is prioritized;
therefore, everyone cannot have the ability to add and subtract
events. However, anyone
who can log in can look at the School of Medicine calendar and
instantly see what rooms are available and what activities are
scheduled. A student
activities calendar system for the Year I class is ready; the
possibility exists of extending this to all four years.
The calendar would be focused on scheduling afternoon and
Currently, collected data for the LCME self-study are being reviewed section by section.
concerns: While Year
II students were initially given a list of items that need to be
completed by the end of the second year, they were given no deadline
dates. Now they are faced
with too many due dates and too few time slots left.
Fifteen students signed up to do their third year at Henry Ford, but, currently, there is room for only 13
students. Dr. Smith, Dr.
Coggan, Dr. Haynie, and Dr. Stagar are working on finding a solution to
the Henry Ford student placement situation.
See Curriculum Revision Update
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