Policies, Forms and Resources
Admissions, Committees, MD Curriculum, Promotion and Tenure, Research
A complete list of all committees at the College of Medicine – Tucson for 2019-2020, including membership and information about duties and activities.
The Educational Competencies and Educational Program Objectives for the ArizonaMed program serve as the broad template upon which all other curricular goals and processes are defined. To ensure these objectives reflect the most current... more
Policy designating the responsibilities of clerkship directors, coordinators, and site directors/preceptors to regularly meet.
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) sets the standards for accredited medical schools in the U.S. and Canada.
These Bylaws provide procedures by which the faculty committees of the College of Medicine, Tucson will function.
Revised November, 2018.
Blocks and Courses, Committees, MD Curriculum
The MD curriculum is designed through educational principles that are distinctive to the program. This faculty adopt these principles to ensure medical students will be well prepared for advanced study in any clinical discipline.
Evaluation and Assessment, Committees, MD Curriculum
Outlines the overall system for assessing first- and second-year student performance at the College of Medicine – Tucson, and references specific policies governing assessment that exist within this plan.
Graduation Requirements, Student Handbook, MD Curriculum
A policy specifying that the MD curriculum and graduation requirements may evolve during a student's time at the College of Medicine – Tucson.
Committees, MD Curriculum
These policies describe the process for student performance assessment, and for the evaluation and review of curricular content.
Defines the Tucson Educational Policy Committee (TEPC) as a standing subcommittee of the Educational Policy Committee. Outlines the general functions, leadership and membership rules, oversight responsibilities, and other concerns of this... more
This policy states that students at the College of Medicine – Tucson must complete blocks in the defined, sequential order.
Lists the subcommittees under the Tucson Educational Policy Committee, and the membership and responsibilities of each.