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College of Medicine - Faculty Development: Faculty Retreat 2017


The theme of the Annual Faculty Retreat for HUCM is Innovating and Updating the Medical School Curriculum. Despite wide consensus on needed changes in medical education, experts agree that the gap continues to widen between how physicians are trained and the future needs of our health care system. A new model for medical education is needed to create the medical school of the future. This retreat aims to provide a framework around successful innovation and updating existing medical school curricula. Please contact the Office of Faculty Development if you have any questions. ​

Swati Jain Goel, MD, Assistant Dean, Office of Faculty Development

Faculty Retreat at AAMC

Photo by Quinton Law



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