MD Program

Sub-Committees & Working Groups

Sub-Committees

Pre-Clerkship Sub-Committee Terms of Reference Policy

The purpose of the Pre-Clerkship Sub-Committee is to enable the coordinated and collaborative implementation of the pre-clerkship curriculum through integrated representation of the various medical and basic science disciplines, in order to provide students with a comprehensive foundation in the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are essential to effective, efficient and socially accountable patient care, in particular, to prepare students for the clerkship phase of their medical education.

Clerkship Sub-Committee Terms of Reference Policy

The purpose of the Clerkship Sub-Committee is to enable the coordinated and collaborative implementation of the clerkship curriculum through integrated representation from the clerkship coordinators in order to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential to effective, efficient and socially accountable patient care and in particular, to prepare students for successful transition into residency.

Assessment Sub-Committee Terms of Reference Policy

The Assessment Sub-Committee is responsible for monitoring and reviewing appropriate assessment processes across the MD curriculum to provide consistent, reliable evaluation of student performance and support program development.

Program Evaluation Sub-Committee Terms of Reference Policy

The Program Evaluation Sub-Committee is responsible for monitoring and reviewing evaluation through development of appropriate policy, review of evaluation methodologies and provision of appropriate feedback to faculty and students.


Working Groups

Curriculum Review Working Groups Procedure

The curriculum review working groups are composed of relevant course and clerkship coordinators, a family physician, specialists, basic and clinical sciences, and learners including both students and PGY1 and PGY2 residents.

The purpose of each working group is to review curricular objectives' implementation, assessment and evaluation in specific content. The process is a critical part of the comprehensive curriculum review, ensuring everything is integrated horizontally and vertically throughout all four years, and aimed at a generalist level that will prepare students for successful transition into residency.