The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is considered the oldest medical college west of the Allegheny Mountains. Known for its strong educational programs, student services, research and clinical facilities, the college is part of the nationally recognized Academic Health Center.
About the Center:
The University of Cincinnati is one of the leading academic health centers in the nation. Because of its excellence in education, patient care, and research, students, researchers, physicians and patients come from all over the world.
The Center for Medical Education is charged with supporting students and faculty at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
We strive to develop passionate and caring students and physicians with the knowledge, skills and professional behaviors necessary to practice outstanding medicine and to advance in their professional careers.
Office of Medical Education:
The mission of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine program for medical student education is to graduate compassionate medical doctors with a broad understanding of medicine and the abilities required to provide excellent patient care and to attain their residency of choice.
Medical schools are being challenged to produce physicians capable of successfully navigating complex health care systems and coping with exponentially increasing bio medical knowledge, in the face of diminishing resources and competing curricular priorities. The UC College of Medicine has responded to this challenge by embarking on the development of a four year integrative curriculum that prepares physicians for practice in the 21st century.
The new curriculum will be implemented for first year medical students August 2011.
Medical education has entered a time of great opportunity. At the College of Medicine, our goals are to:
Provide a core curriculum that contains the essential information that enables each student to learn the scientific basis of medicine and the application of that knowledge to the practice of medicine;
Provide the student with the clinical skills necessary to provide excellent patient care;
Foster a humanistic and ethical approach to patient care, compassion for the patient, and respect for the doctor-patient relationship; and
Stimulate critical thinking and a commitment to life-long learning.
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Degree Programs :
MD Community Medicine
MD Emergency Medicine
MD General Medicine
MD Skin & V.D
MD TB & Chest Diseases
MS General Surgery
RN to BSN
PhD in Nursing
Doctor of Pharmacy
MS / PHD
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