Office of Medical Education

UNMC Interprofessional Education Day

Dear Faculty: Please join us for the:           Fall 2012 UNMC Interprofessional Education (IPE) Day! When:      August 15th, 2012 Where:     UNMC Campus Time:        2:00pm-4:00pm Who:        Faculty and students from Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, Public Health and Allied Health Interprofessional Education (IPE) introduces shared learning and practice early on, and helps prepare students for collaborative practice.  IPE is best defined as occasions when two or more professions learn with, from, and about each other to improve collaboration and quality of care. This event will include… Continue Reading


Welcome to the new Educational Support Office blog.  This will replace the eNewsletter you’ve received in the past. Please see the most recent posts:  College of Medicine Curriculum Goals;  EMET Highlight: Underserved Health Care;  Recruiting PBL Facilitators;  Recruiting ICE Facilitators.  

College of Medicine Curriculum Goals

The College of Medicine’s goal for the medical degree program is to prepare students for success in primary care or specialty fields. Throughout the course of the medical degree program, students will: Learn basic science, behavioral science, and clinical science concepts to integrate and apply to the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients: Learn and demonstrate the clinical and procedural skills necessary to meet the initial expectations of any residency program; Acquire and exhibit skills necessary for scholarly activity and life-long learning; Exhibit the attitudes… Continue Reading