The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth has embraced the exciting and complex challenge of developing a new and innovative curriculum that will prepare our students to be excellent clinicians and researchers, as well as leaders of change in health care.
In reshaping our curriculum, we seek to reinforce and capitalize on our school’s unique strengths, including our small class size, student access to world-renowned faculty, and outstanding research and clinical opportunities, and leadership in health care delivery science.
The medical curriculum redesign process is a truly collaborative effort. Hundreds of individuals – from basic science, clinical and community preceptor faculty, medical students from all four class years, graduate and continuing medical education, our LCME team, and staff from the Geisel School of Medicine are directly involved in the redesign of the medical education curriculum. The final version of the new curriculum will be formed and shaped by hundreds of individuals representing all areas of the Geisel School of Medicine community.
This site will host the latest updates and information about the Curriculum Redesign process, including FAQs, working groups, events, and more. If you have any questions regarding the Curriculum Redesign, please contact the appropriate working group or email Geisel.firstname.lastname@example.org for general inquiries and comments, or to submit questions.