Medical Education Program Objectives


Students at the Perelman School of Medicine will graduate with the foundational medical knowledge and clinical skills to care for patients while being prepared to participate in improving the infrastructure and social constructs that impact the health of patients to promote health equity. Our students will graduate committed to the pursuit of lifelong growth and professional development. Given that new discoveries that impact our thinking about disease and treatment are emerging at an ever-increasing pace, our students will have a deep appreciation of the means through which new knowledge is generated and applied, allowing our students to create the medicine of tomorrow.

MK = Medical Knowledge • PC = Patient Care • ICS = Interpersonal Communication Skills • P = Professionalism • PBLI = Practice Based Learning and Improvement • SBP = Systems Based Practice

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PILLAR 1: OUR STUDENTS WILL DEVELOP FOUNDATIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND BE PREPARED TO CLINICALLY CARE FOR PATIENTS

PILLAR 2: OUR STUDENTS WILL RECOGNIZE THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIAL CONSTRUCTS OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM AND BE PREPARED TO ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN ITS IMPROVEMENT

PILLAR 3: OUR STUDENTS WILL BE LEADERS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO THE PURSUIT OF LIFELONG GROWTH, IMPROVEMENT, AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.

PILLAR 4: OUR STUDENTS WILL BE INNOVATORS WHO ADVANCE MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE.