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School of Medicine Basic Science Department Chairs Share Their Views on the Integrated Medical School Curriculum

How to best integrate basic science and clinical teaching in the undergraduate medical school curriculum has been debated for many years, and according to researchers Robin Hopkins and colleagues,[1] the discussions have led to “incremental change but no meaningful transformation.” They contend this is due, in part, to a lack of focus on the basic science educators, whose roles changed significantly with the implementation of integrated, centrally-managed curricula.

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Carol Rumack, MD Receives Elizabeth Gee Memorial Lectureship Award

Dr. Rumack, professor of radiology-diagnostics, was honored as a “pioneering woman” at the CU Women Succeeding Professional Development Symposium, where she was presented with The Elizabeth D. Gee Memorial Lectureship Award. The award recognizes and honors an outstanding faculty member of the University of Colorado for efforts to advance women in academia, interdisciplinary scholarly contributions and distinguished teaching.

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[1] Hopkins R, Pratt D, Bowen J, Regehr, G. Integrating basic science without integrating basic scientists: reconsidering the place of individual teachers in curriculum reform. Academic Medicine. Feb. 2015. 90:2, 149-153.