Disability, Travel & Wellness Resources For Medical Students
Find out more about AMA Resources for medical students including th global travel service stress and wellness program.
Global Health Track Curriculum
Many of the Global Health Track courses are delivered through our Learning Management System (LMS), Canvas. This is the primary means of communication and delivery of course materials.
Global Health Track By-Laws
April 1st – Must have University of Colorado Office of Global Education application completed
Mentored Scholarly Activity (MSA) Resources
The MSA project is a four-year requirement for all undergraduate medical students. The project culminates in a capstone presentation in Phase IV prior to graduation. The goal of the MSA curriculum is to foster self-directed, life-long learning over the course of the medical student career. The MSA requires students to identify and work with a mentor to complete their projects, which also prepares them for working with mentors in their careers and serving as mentors to others in the medical profession.
The Mentored Scholarly Activity (MSA) program has contracted with the Colorado Biostatistics Consortium (CBC) and the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics to develop a biostatistics consulting resource that is available to all medical students when working on their MSA project.
COMIRB approval is required for all students conducting human subjects research. Students will need to complete required training in order to submit a protocol or be added to an existing protocol.